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Assessing, managing and mitigating risk

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Education Center: CIPS
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City: London

Duration: 1 day

This one-day course will provide tools, techniques and ideas to help you to recognise and mitigate against potential risks within your own supply chains.  It will assist delegates to identify, analyse and evaluate their organisation's own areas of resilience and vulnerability, as well as providing guidance on how to implement risk prevention strategies.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- Identify common areas of resilience and vulnerability
- Use different tools and techniques to identify different risks and the most appropriate response
- assess the risk and its impact on your organisation, project or contract and develop risk management strategies
- Create approaches to ensure risk is mitigate and ethical practice is adopted



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