TU Delft Risk Management Summer Course 2017

Get personally certified in the world’s leading ISO standards on Risk, Security and Business Continuity

Mon 10 – Fri 14 July 2017

Learn from corporate and academic (incl international) guest speakers, how to protect an organisation DR BCM BCPagainst flood, cyber attacks, supply chain, aviation, chemical and other risks, and achieve better Business Continuity. The annual TU Delft Risk Management Summer Course is always refreshed with the latest best practice and case studies. It’s the perfect way to familiarise yourself with real-life business risks, and how to implement controls to reduce their impact and likelihood. This hands-on multi-faculty 1-week program is being held at the start of summer 2017

Whether or not you have experience in Risk Management, we offer exams for all levels and none of these have a formal prerequisite.

We will discuss generic Risk Management and Business Continuity principles, hear from international guest speakers on a range of relevant threats and study the ISO 31000 and ISO 22301 standards. This special program features the globally popular, world standards on Risk Management (ISO 31000) and Business Continuity (ISO 22301).

We will also touch on Information Security Management (ISO 27001), Supply Chain Security (ISO 28000) and Risk Assessment/Analysis Methodologies (including self-study ISO exam options).

Contact us if you want more information or download the brochure here.

Bookings and payments via Monique Pijls at TBM.

Key speakers

This summer course includes the latest practical methodologies and research shared by corporate and academic speakers. Key elements of the program are presented by:

  • TPM: Prof. Dr. Ir. Pieter van Gelder
  • IDE: Prof. Mr. Dr. Ir. Sicco Santema
  • Ir. Rinske Geerlings, MD of Business As Usual (Australia), TUD Alumnus of 2012

What past participants say

“I thoroughly enjoyed the course and gained a lot of useful information, which I have been able to put to good use. I would recommend the course to colleagues who need to have a good understanding on Business Continuity Management.” – corporate participant.

“I thoroughly enjoyed the course and am looking forward to applying the framework and methodology. My expectations were met 100% – PhD student

“Thanks, I thought the course was brilliant and I also learnt a lot from the discussions with the other participants… This is a very useful secondary benefit of the course.” – TU Delft staff

“Thank you for making the course a really fantastic learning experience.” – PhD student

“Thanks for the great course. Your format, delivery and content are excellent. You have obviously invested many hours into development, and your real world examples from your (very) extensive experience add heaps. I learnt a lot. Some of which I’ve already utilised. Thanks again!” – TU Delft Graduate

The course program

At the TU Delft Risk Management Summer Course, the following subjects will be highlighted:

Risk Management & Business Continuity

  • Risk and Crisis Communication
  • Business Continuity & Contingency Planning ‘best practice’
  • Supply Chain Security / Risk
  • Simulation games
  • Flood Risks including forecasting
  • Aviation Risks including examples and case studies
  • Cyber Risk feature session
  • World-class experts sharing their specialised knowledge
  • ISO 31000 & ISO 22301 global standards covered in detail
  • Exam training and up to 2 optional ISO exams (Foundation OR Advanced).

The following optional Foundation and Advanced ISO exams are included:

  • ISO 31000 (Risk Management)
  • ISO 22301 (Business Continuity)
  • ISO 27001 (Information Security)
  • ISO 28000 (Supply Chain Security)

Useful information

  • 3 European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) points
  • The ISO exams are governed by the globally established Professional Evaluation and Certification Board (PECB), providing you with the hottest international credentials after passing the exam and getting global certification!

Register or send an email for more information: rinske@businessasusual.net.au  

Download the brochure here.  Note that this year, the course is 1 week (10-14 July) in Delft, Netherlands.