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OVERVIEW AND TOPICS
Learn how to investigate, evaluate, and measure school hazards using both qualitative and quantitative approaches. Participants will get an understanding of how to examine and evaluate school risks, as well as the mechanics of predicting and trending losses, which may be used to create loss forecasts and determine insurance program retentions, and deductibles.
Introduction to Risk Analysis
Understanding the impact of past and future losses on the school district and its financial and operational stability.
Qualitative Risk Analysis Methods
Learn the differences between qualitative and quantitative analysis, tools for analysis and when to use each.
Quantitative Analysis: Loss Adjustment
Forecasting future losses by analysis of past loss data, tools for forecasting, and understand forecasting future.
Key Risk Indicators
Learn how to create KRIs to assist in analyzing the risks of the school district using logical classifications as a framework.
Risk Analysis: Technology
Understand the uses and types of modeling available to the school district: predictive modeling, catastrophe modeling.