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CAAi launches new Institute of Risk Management training courses

Posted 31 March 2015 · Add Comment

In association with risk management training specialists KRisk, CAA International (CAAi), a wholly owned subsidiary of the UK Civil Aviation Authority (UK CAA), has launched two new Risk Management course titles, tailored for the aviation industry.

Designed to help organisations manage risk systematically and minimise threats, these courses are ideal for Senior and Middle Managers at airports, ATM providers and ground handling organisations.

The first 2-day course, ‘Aviation Enterprise Risk Management’ provides the fundamental principles of risk management using an integrated approach. It provides the relevant knowledge and skills required for you and your business to manage risk systematically. The second 2-day course, ‘Aviation Business Risk & Resilience Management’ provides the practical integrated approach to the fundamental principles of risk & resilience management by promoting solutions and not fear.
Both courses are accredited by the Institute of Risk Management (IRM). Delegates are entitled to claim up to 20 CPD points within the IRM professional development scheme. Courses are taking place in May and September 2015 at CAA Aviation House, London Gatwick Airport.
For more information, please visit www.caainternational.com or contact training@caainternational.com
 

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