Marsh principles of risk management course receives accreditation from the Institute of Risk Management
Marsh has received accreditation from the Institute of Risk Management (IRM) for its principles of risk management course.
In line with the Risk Management Standard produced by the IRM, the Association of Insurance and Risk Managers (AIRMIC) and Association of Local Authority Risk Managers (ALARM), Marsh’s Principles of Risk Management course introduces delegates to the fundamentals of managing risk.
Commenting on the IRM accreditation, Brett Dorney, service leader client training, at Marsh, said: “The Institute of Risk Management is the standard-bearer in enhancing the importance of risk management in the boardroom. The institute’s accreditation scheme is widely regarded as a benchmark of educational quality in the risk management industry and we are pleased that we have received this recognition. As part of our ongoing commitment to the IRM, we are seeking to align our client training offering even more closely with the institute.”
Carolyn Williams, development manager at the IRM, said: “We are delighted to have worked with Marsh to accredit this programme which provides a technically sound and well-presented one day introduction to risk management, in line with the Institute’s aim of promoting high quality risk management training and education.”