Risk Management, meaning on the one hand the avoidance of shocks and uncertainty in the areas where we have no control, and on the other the successful implementation of change where we can control the outcome. In enterprise risk management, a risk is defined as a possible event or circumstance that can have negative influences on the enterprise in question. Its impact can be on the very existence, the resources (human and capital), the products and services, or the customers of the enterprise, as well as external impacts on society, markets. Risk is a positive force for growth and success, turning uncertainty and discovery to an organization’s advantage.

Accreditation:

Trainees will be awarded with a Certificate of Attendance by VTDI. This Programme is accredited by Hull University & IAO.

Who Should Attend?:

  • Bankers.
  • Internal auditors.
  • Regulators and analysts.
  • Broader audience.
Victory Training and Development institute is a training provider in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Founded in 2008, theyprovide learning and development solutions to individuals and organisations in the Middle east. theyoffer locally and internationally accredited programmes for individuals and tailor-made solutions for organisations.
their purpose:
theyexist to enable people and organisations to achieve their aspirations by equipping them with the necessary skills and knowledge required for today’s competitive environment.
their vision:
theyare fully committed to the founding principles of the Kingdom of Bahrain’s Vision 2030 by placing people at the heart of economic growth and prosperity. To ensure this theywork in partnership with the government, individuals and organisations both locally and internationally. In doing so, theyaim to be the best, rather than the biggest.
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