Enterprise Risk Management

Training Type: 
Live Training
Course Status: 
New Course
Date and Time: 
Jul 18 2017 - 8:30am to 4:30pm  CDT

Minneapolis, MN (Hilton)

1001 Marquette Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55403
United States
Field of Study: 
Management Services
CPE Credits: 
Member Price: 
Non-Member Price: 

Basic understanding of risk management concepts

Area Executive Vice President
Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services
Risk and Litigation Manager
City of Bloomington, MN
Who Will Benefit: 

This seminar is for finance staff members who are interested in learning the fundamentals of a comprehensive risk-management program.

Program Description: 

Experts will use an interactive format, including a question-and-answer session, to review the foundations of developing and maintaining an enterprise risk management program that will allow governments to continuing offering the services that residents need and want. Participants will learn about development and ongoing monitoring of a risk management program, including practical information on determining the level of risk in day-to-day operations as well as longer-term concerns.

Seminar Objectives: 

Those who successfully complete this seminar should be able to: 

  • Define the key elements of an enterprise risk management program.
  • Develop an enterprise risk management program for your government.
  • Help achieve your government’s objectives through strategic decisions that flow through high-level goals, effective use of resources, reliability of reporting, and compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
  • Develop a program designed to identify potential events that may affect the government and to protect and minimize risks to the government’s property, services, and employees.
  • Understand the sources, types, and likelihood of risks.
  • Monitor the frequency and severity of claims and make modifications as needed.
  • Decide how best to treat risk exposure.
  • Review the effectiveness and efficiency of the risk management programs functioning within their organizations and make changes or modifications as necessary.
  • Coordinate resources to minimize, monitor, and control the impact of risks.