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OVERVIEW AND TOPICS
Examine the role of the school risk manager while taking a close look at the overall risk management process. Human resources and people in roles that oversee risk management in schools, as well as school risk managers, will benefit from this basic risk management training. Attendance is also suggested for insurance brokers and agents that place school business or interact with risk managers at schools.
Risk Management Function and Process
Risk management and the risk management process for risks present in educational institutions including general classes of risks, concepts, and cost.
Introduction to Enterprise Risk Management
Using Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) to build a tactical framework for assessing school vulnerabilities, ways that ERM embraces speculative risk, practice of managing risks, and safeguarding brand and reputation.
Introduction to Risk Identification
Classifying school risks and exposures with logical classifications of property, liability, human resource, and budget containment (net income), liability arising from torts and contracts, the four elements of negligence and the four requirements of enforceable contracts.
Risk Identification: Methods I - Self-Administered Tools
Self‐administered tools such as checklists, surveys, flowcharts, and physical inspections used to identify school risks and exposures.
Risk Identification: Methods II - Loss Data Analysis
Using data to identify trends in losses and exposures, characteristics of credible loss data to collect, and establishing insurance programs after valid analysis.
Risk Identification: Methods III - Internal and External Reviews
Methods for identifying risk exposures including Insurance Policy Review, Compliance review, financial statement analysis, and reasons for utilizing Experts.