Introduction to Risk and Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)
Introduction to Risk and Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)
Training Activity Rate
Samir Abu Agha
Training activity Hours
Training activity Date
Training Activity Days
Start and End Time
17:00 - 20:00
Training Activity Classification
Course Language
In class
Type of Training
Specialized diploma
Pricing Method
Per hour
Price For Jordanian
72 JOD
Price For Non Jordanian
180 US$

By the end of this training course, trainees will be able to :

 -       Explain the history and drivers of risk management practices in the banking industry.

-       Compare and contrast the main risk management setting bodies and standards.

-       Identify the internal control integrated framework.

-       Apply the concepts of enterprise risk management (ERM).

-       Discuss the nature and purpose of internal control, audit and risk assurance techniques.

-       Illustrate the key features of a risk management framework and enterprise risk management framework (ERM).

-       Implement the main approaches to risk identification, assessment, evaluation and analysis.

-       Distinguish the main features of risk control techniques.

-       Explain the significance of issues of culture, appetite and tolerance, as well the key features of corporate governance models, project risk and operational management systems.

Target Group

-  Professionals working in:

-    Risk .

-    Regulatory Compliance.

-    Audit.

-    Finance.

-    Corporate Governance.

General Goal

- To introduces the principles and concepts of risk and risk management to help participants to understand the current drivers of Enterprise Risk Management and the development and impact of international standard.


-       Risk management and the banking industry:

-       History of banking risk management.

-       Key risk categories.

-       Risk management standard setting bodies.

-       Risk management key principals.

-       Risk and organizations:

-       Introduction to corporate governance.

-       Identifying stakeholders, including regulatory bodies.

-       Internal control integration:

-       Defining internal control.

-       Control environment.

-       Risk assessment.

-       Control activities.

-       Information & communication.

-       Monitoring.

-       Enterprise risk management (ERM):

-       Defining ERM.

-       ERM overview.

-       ERM related standards and publications.

-       Integrating with strategy and performance.

-       Setting up and implementation of an ERM framework.

-       Risk management data aggregation and reporting.

-       Case studies .