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SESSION CATEGORIES AND LEVELS

Experience Levels

Foundational

​Limited Experience: Presenting essential facts, standard or accepted practices, basic relationships.

Innovative

All Audiences: Highlighting newer, evolving practices, techniques and approaches within the topic.

Masters

Significant Experience: Delivering in-depth information, knowledge transfer, models on specific aspects of the topic area. 

Visionary

Expert Experience: Future-focused, emerging trends, concepts and issues that may impact/involve the topic area.


Session Categories

Emerging Risks (EMR)​ NE​W!

Current and emerging risk topics outside the scope of other education categories.

Career Development (CAD)

Information on developing and improving the skills needed to successfully advance your career. 

Claims Management (CLM)

Techniques and best practices for managing property/casualty insurance claims.

Cyber Risk Management (CRM) NEW!

The latest in cyber security and the digital risks facing your organization, as well as techniques to cope with this fast-changing arena.​

Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)

Information on the evolving strategies to advance the management of risks throughout the organization.

Global Risk Management (GRM)

Analysis of unique exposures and risk management innovations for multinational companies and companies with some foreign interests. 

Industry (IND)

Information related to a specific industry segment.

Insurance and Contract Management (ICM)

Analysis of specific insurance contracts and coverage policies.

Legal and Regulatory (LGL)

Information and analysis on the legal decisions and regulations, both domestic and foreign, that affect risk management practices.

Public Risk Management (PRM) NEW!​

Education tailored to risk managers working for government organizations. Covers risk management issues that do not always appear in the private sector.​

Risk Control (RIC)

Framework and techniques for reducing risk through assessment and mitigation programs. 

Risk Finance (RIF)

Integrates the financial aspects of risk into risk management.

Strategic Risk Management (SRM)

Analysis of innovative approaches to risk management that reduce uncertainties and seize opportunities in order to enhance an organization’s strategic planning and strategy execution.


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