CRM Prac Board I Exam Preparation

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CRM Prac Board I – Exam Preparation

What is the course about?

The programme will take candidates through the study material to help supplement or support your exam preparation and will also provide delegates with practical exercises.

Course Objectives/What will participants have gained once they have completed the course?

Overview of the curriculum
1. KM-01 Introduction to Risk Management
2. KM-02 Risk Management Framework Strategy and Policy
3. KM-03 Risk Management Framework Processes
4. KM-04 Risk Management Enablers
5. Practical skills modules overview
6. Guidance on writing the CRM Prac/EISA Exam

Who should attend?

Candidates that will be writing the CRM Prac Board Exam 1

e-Learning: How does it work/how will you learn?

This course has been designed for self-study.
You must go through each section in line with your CRM Prac Study Material. Attending this course does not replace the CRM Prac prescribed study material.
This course will be supported by a live Q&A session on 21 May 2020 from 10:00 – 11:30.

Course Features

  • Lessons 6
  • Topics 0
  • Quizzes 5
  • Students 43
  • Certificate Yes
  • Assignment No
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Vanessa Thurlwell (BA Hons) has 11 years of experience in Risk Management, primarily Enterprise Risk Management and Business Continuity Management graduated in 2000 with a BA in Geography and Psychology and Honours in Environmental Management from UKZN. Vanessa has held positions in Health, Safety and Environmental Management for BHP Billiton, Strategic Risk Consulting for Alexander Forbes and headed ERM and ORM at IQ Business. Vanessa has worked in many industries including mining, manufacturing, construction, retail, banking and insurance in various Southern African countries, Mauritius and Australia. Vanessa’s specialist skills include advisory and implementation at all phases of the risk management cycle, from analysing risk management maturity and conducting gap analyses against risk frameworks and regulations including King III, ISO 31000, developing risk appetite and risk management frameworks, facilitating risk management activities including risk assessments, reporting, control assessments and conducting training at all levels in an organisation.