• When: February 21, 22, 23, 2018
  • Where: The Hague, The Netherlands
  • Price: 590 Euro per module, or 1500 Euro for all three modules (+ 21% VAT)
  • For whom: project and programme managers, executive leaders and board members of public organizations, anyone who is engaged and/or interested in development programming
  • Language: English
  • Certificate: Provided
  • Additional information: Upon request

Content: The training course is designed to provide both theoretical knowledge and technical skills on how to manage programmatic risks in development context. The training course consists of three complementing modules:

Module 1: Understanding risk and resilience
Participants will learn the fundamentals of risk management and resilience and will be able to apply these concepts while designing any development project, programme, strategy, or policy. They will learn how to understand various contextual (health, DRR, poverty, etc.) and institutional (HR, IT, financial, etc.) risks and design THE programme that delivers expected value.

Module 2: Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) for development organization
Participants will learn how to design an effective ERM system to continuously inform decisions within a development organization with a diverse portfolio of projects and programmes. They will learn the specifics of linking project, programme, portfolio, and corporate levels through a unified ERM system to deliver value at all levels within the organization.

Module 3: Risk Management within development projects
Participants will learn how to effectively manage risks within development projects. They will discuss various frameworks to facilitate risk identification and risk analysis within different projects, taking into account such factors as project external context, donor requirements, internal organizational priorities, etc. They will learn from the examples of different organizations: UN, national aid agencies, and others.

For inquiries and registration please contact

Magda Stepanyan
Tel: +31 (0) 616499150

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