TU Delft 9th annual Risk Management Summer Course
"Being in business means taking risk"
Practical course including optional ISO certification exams with global accreditation, for an attractive fee.
Get personally certified in the world’s leading ISO standards on Risk Management, Information Security, Crisis Management and/or Business Continuity
Dates: 26 June 2022 - 7 July 222 (but modular, so pick & choose the components you are specifically interested in).
The full brochure including schedule can be downloaded here: https://tudelft.nl/riskmanagementsummercourse
A 3-minute explanatory video can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/f4gHqv5nAaM
This is a super-practical multi-faculty program filled with hand-on simulation exercises, at the start of European summer 2023.
Classroom course in Delft (the Netherlands) with remote participation as fall-back option only in case a delegate needs to miss a session.
Learn from corporate and academic (incl international) guest speakers, how to protect an organisation against flood, cyber, supply chain, pandemic, chemical and other risks, and achieve better Business Continuity and Crisis Management.
This annual Summer Course is always refreshed with the latest best practice and case studies. It’s the perfect way to familiarise yourself with real-life business risks, and how to implement controls to reduce their impact and likelihood.
Week 1 of this special program features the popular world standards on Risk Management (incl. ISO 31000) and Business Continuity (incl. ISO 22301), plus a disaster 'drill' game and Risk Appetite determination exercise, which enhance your scenario planning skills.
Week 2 covers Information Security Management (incl. ISO 27001) and Crisis Management (incl. ISO 22361) plus data breach case studies and a Cyber Attack simulation game.
The ISO exams are governed by the world wide established Professional Evaluation and Certification Board (PECB), providing you with the latest international credentials after passing the exam and getting global certification.
Note that access to a pre/post-course ISO study pack will be provided to ISO exam candidates upon payment.
Book one of the last seats now.
Special ***Corporate package*** incl 2 weeks attendance, 3 Foundation exams and the Lead Crisis Manager exam, available to all delegates from public and private sector. Free for TU Delft students, reduced fees for TU Delft staff & non-TUD university staff/students.
- Dinner in Delft city centre (complimentary for all) on both Wednesdays
- Catered casual lunch (complimentary for all) on both Wednesdays
- Drinks near the TU Delft on both Mondays.
For information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Regina Edoo @ TU Delft on +31 6 41 58 95 41.
What past participants say:
“I thoroughly enjoyed the course and gained a lot of useful information, which I have been able to put to good use. I would recommend the course to colleagues who need to have a good understanding on Business Continuity Management.” – corporate participant
“I loved the course and am looking forward to applying the framework and methodology. My expectations were met 100% – Head of Risk, banking sector
“Thanks, I thought the course was brilliant and I also learnt a lot from the discussions with the other participants… This is a very useful secondary benefit of the course.” – TU Delft professor
“Thank you for making the course a really fantastic learning experience.” – Business Continuity Manager
“Thanks for the great course. Your format, delivery and content are excellent. You have obviously invested many hours into development, and your real world examples from your (very) extensive experience add heaps. I learnt a lot. Some of which I’ve already utilised. Thanks again!” – Security Consultant
At the TU Delft Risk Management Summer Course, the following subjects will be covered:
Risk and Crisis Communication
Business Continuity & Contingency Planning ‘best practice’
Cyber Security case studies
Supply Chain Risk
Crisis Response Planning/Management
Flood Risks including forecasting
Pandemic scenario planning / lessons learned to date
World-class experts sharing their specialised knowledge
ISO 31000 & ISO 22301 & ISO 27001 & ISO 22361 global standards.
Exam training and optional ISO exams (Foundation and/or Lead), which are then offered post-program in the comfort of your own office/home, computer based and at a date/time that suits you best. This method provides you with immediate exam result.
The following optional Foundation and Advanced (Lead) ISO exams are included:
ISO 31000 (Risk Management)
ISO 22301 (Business Continuity)
ISO 27001 (Information Security)
ISO 22361 (Crisis Management) - Lead exam only
3 European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) points for those who attend for 2 weeks in full, and who complete a case study post program which is handed out in the course.
The ISO exams are governed by the globally established Professional Evaluation and Certification Board (PECB), providing you with the leading international credentials after passing the exam and getting global certification!
Who should attend?
No prerequisites nor prior knowledge are required to attend. "Risk and Security are everyone's business!" we often hear within organisations! This course suits those either directly or indirectly involved in some form of risk management and/or interfacing/related processes or projects - in any industry, in any size organisation, anywhere in the world. Examples include:
Business Continuity professionals/managers/consultants
(Cyber) security professionals/managers/consultants
Disaster Recovery professionals/managers/consultants
IT (strategy) professionals/managers/consultants
Business process owners and risk owners
Human Resource and OH&S professionals/managers/consultants
Supply chain (continuity/risk) professionals/managers/consultants
Emergency response planners
Students in any of the aforementioned subjects
Senior and operational managers/Executives.
Further details about the exams
Preparation time/effort depends very much on your prior knowledge. For this reason, we provide the exam preparation materials (upon exam payment) as self-study kit, so that all candidates have the same theoretical level of knowledge when each module begins.
For Foundation we would indicate that reading through the materials takes about 6 hours, and for Lead about 12 hours.
Any computer-based exam must be scheduled by the participant via the PECB, e.g. a few days/weeks after the course. If you have barely had time to go through the materials before the course, you may want to leave it a little longer after the course before scheduling your exam(s) so you can go through the materials a bit more before taking the exam. You can choose the date/time of the exam yourself.
A Windows laptop with application installation permissions is required to complete the exam.
The program contains practical topics and guest speakers. The classroom course does not cover all ISO content as theory classes. Self-study activities are required before and after the course, and all exams will be offered online at your own location and suitable time & date post-program.
Foundation is not required before Lead exams. Foundation includes lifetime free recertification. Lead requires professional experience and includes 1 year certification (then US$100 p/y directly payable to the PECB institute).
Changing Foundation to Lead level in the Corporate 2-wk package is €300 per exam extra. For those already holding PECB Foundation but want to take Lead of the same standard, the fee is only €890 per Lead exam.
For any of the Foundation exams, native English speakers get 1 hour (non-native English get an extra 10 minutes). For any of the Lead exams, native English speakers get max 3 hours (non native English get 30 minutes extra).
Incidentally, if you do not pass the first time, 1 free 're-sit' is offered by PECB within 12 months.
Book one of the last seats here now. Email email@example.com or phone Regina Edoo @ TU Delft on +31 6 41 58 95 41 for any information.
For any in-house options and international dates of this program anywhere in the world, submit an enquiry… we’re here to help!
Workshops in other cities in Australia, New Zealand, Africa, Europe and Asia are held at request.
About your keynote international guest facilitator: Ms Rinske Geerlings, Founder and Principal Consultant at Business As Usual (Australia)
Ms Rinske Geerlings is an internationally known, award winning consultant, speaker and certified trainer in Business Continuity, IT Management, Security, Disaster Recovery and Risk Management with over 20+ years global experience.
Her firm, Business As Usual, is based in Australia and has successfully competed against the Big Four to work with prestigious clients including 8 Central Banks, BBC WorldWide, Toll, Shell, Lonely Planet, Boeing, Fuji Xerox, Fujitsu, St George Bank, NIB, Toga, ASIC, Departments of Defence/Immigration/Health/Industry/Education and 100s of other mid-size and large organisations worldwide.
Rinske has trained 1.000s of professionals (incl. in ISO 22301, ISO 27001, ISO 28000, ISO 22361 and ISO 31000) and presented in front of over 10.000 conference delegates across industries and geographic locations. She built extensive hands-on experience during permanent roles in banking, and played an active role in the development of the current Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) regulatory standard for BCP (which affects banks and insurance companies).
Rinske’s engaging presentations include topics such as "How to get buy-in for Risk Management at all levels of the organisation", "How to develop Business Continuity Plans that don't collect dust on the shelf" and "How to run eye-opening disaster tests and exercises that keep everyone engaged".
Need information? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Regina Edoo @ TU Delft on +31 6 41 58 95 41.
The University of Technology Delft (TU Delft) is the oldest and largest university of technology in the Netherlands. More than 25.000 students and 6.000 employees share a fascination for science, design and technology. The annual Risk Management Summer course has been hosted by the TU Delft since 2013 during the first 2 weeks of the academic summer break.