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Assessing and Mitigating Risk

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This course is designed for RIM practitioners who seek an introduction to the best practices for evaluating risks to a RIM program and for lessening their likelihood and impact. While no blueprint for risk management applies to all organizations, there are elements common to most approaches, and this course focuses on them, including the five stages of a risk management program, the four ARMA International classifications of risk, and the five common risk strategies. A description is provided that details how vital records are central to any risk management program, and the course concludes with a walk-through of two risk management methodologies: a traditional events-based approach and a newer, requirements-based approach that is more strategic in nature.
 
This course also includes the book Managing Risks for Records and Information by Vicki Lemieux at a reduced cost as part of your purchase. 
 
This online course is full of practical, real-world solutions you can put to work immediately. Each section of this online course contains audio and review questions, as well as printable course notes for easy offline reading and review.
 
Certificate Programs:  This course may be purchased individually and is also included in our Essentials of RIM Certificate Program.
 
You have 12 months from the date of registration to complete the course.
 
Estimated Time of Completion: 2.0 hours
 
ICRM Maintenance Credits: 2.0
 
Domain: Risk Management         Level: 2

Course Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
1. Define vital records and their place in a risk management program
2. List and describe the common elements of risk management programs
3. Distinguish between events-based and requirements-based risk management methodologies

Section 1: Basics of Risk Management
Upon completion of this section, participants will be able to:
1. Define vital records Identify threats to vital records Identify threats specific to electronic records
2. Explain Lemieux’s five stages of a risk management program

Section 2: Common Elements in Risk Management
Upon completion of this section, participants will be able to:
1. Summarize the six common elements of risk management programs
2. Identify the four ARMA classifications of risk
3. Compare the difference between qualitative and quantitative risk measurements
4. Identify the five common risk strategies
5. Describe the purpose of a cost-benefit analysis in risk assessment

Section 3: Risk Management Methodologies
Upon completion of this section, participants will be able to:
1. Distinguish between events-based and requirements-based risk management methodologies
2. Explain the basic process for Lemieux’s requirements-based methodology
3. Explain the basic process for Lemieux’s events-based methodology