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New courses! This collection of online courses developed by Protecht help create the risk leaders of tomorrow by providing training that meets people where they are in their risk management journey. These courses are backed by decades of industry experience, an understanding of risk management challenges learned through ongoing engagement with Protecht customers and the risk community, and a commitment to high quality training materials.


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Executive Introduction to Risk Culture and Risk Culture Building

New course! This course provides senior management and executives with a comprehensive understanding of risk culture and its importance in organizational success. Based on the four pillars developed by Horst Simon, participants will learn how to build and nurture a strong risk culture within their organizations.


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How to Assess the Level of Risk Culture Maturity in Your Organization

New course! This course provides participants with the knowledge and tools to assess the level of risk culture maturity within their organization. By utilizing the five levels of maturity and focusing on the six areas of risk management, participants will learn how to evaluate the current state of risk culture and identify areas for improvement.


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Process to Purpose How to Change the Focus

New course! The course "Process to Purpose" is designed to help organizations transition from a process-oriented approach to risk management to a more effective management of risk. It challenges traditional mindsets and highlights the limitations of relying solely on historic information and backward-looking results. The course emphasizes the need for a mind-shift, encouraging organizations to embrace a more proactive and integrated approach to risk management at all levels


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The Future is Here The Radical Risk Management Process

New course! By attending the course on "The Future is Here: The Radical Risk Management Process," participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the key concepts and objectives covered in each module. They will learn about naturalistic decision-making, risk response execution, future perspectives and trends, and implementing radical risk management. This course offers participants practical skills and strategies to enhance their risk management practices, navigate emerging challenges, and drive positive change within their organizations. Participants will leave with a clear roadmap for integrating the Radical Risk Management Process into their risk management frameworks, enabling them to effectively manage risks and seize opportunities in an evolving business landscape.


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Self-Study

Cybersecurity Risk Management

New course!  This course covers the professional practice of cybersecurity risk management considered from the perspective of enterprise governance. It encompasses cybersecurity risk identification, classification, measurement, remediation, monitoring, and reporting. 

 

Where: Self-Study

Climate Scenario Analysis

New course! This course is designed to give participants the tools to build their own climate scenario analysis framework and provide some practical tools and templates to deliver a climate scenario set and associated board level report.

 

Where: Self-Study

How to Respond to Climate Change: Transition Risk

New course! Climate change not only impacts organizations through extreme wheather events and physical impacts, it bites via so-called transition risks as well. Regulators’, technologists’, and consumers’ response to climate can hit your organization hard. This course provides a basic level understanding of Transition Risk to help you prevent that "bite."


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Fundamentals of Market Risk Management

In this fundamentals course, you will become familiar with market risk and its associated terminology. The lessons explain and give examples of market risk with its measurement and risk mitigation methods. Additionally, you can further explore this type of risk and experience first-hand the practical use of risk measurement and mitigation methods through hands-on exercises.

Where: Self-Study

Fundamentals of Credit Risk Management

In this fundamentals course, you will become familiar with credit risk and its associated terminology. The lessons explain and give examples of credit risk with its measurement and risk mitigation methods. Additionally, you can further explore this type of risk and experience first-hand the practical use of risk measurement and mitigation methods through hands-on exercises.

Where: Self-Study

Fundamentals of Liquidity Risk Management

In this fundamentals course, you will become familiar with liquidity risk and its associated terminology. The lessons explain and give examples of liquidity risk with its measurement and risk mitigation methods. Additionally, you can further explore this type of risk and experience first-hand the practical use of risk measurement and mitigation methods through hands-on exercises.

Where: Self-Study

Fundamentals of Interconnected Risk Management

In this fundamentals course, you will become familiar with interconnected risk and its associated terminology. The lessons explain and give examples of interconnected risk with its measurement and risk mitigation methods. Additionally, you can further explore this type of risk and experience first-hand the practical use of risk measurement and mitigation methods through hands-on exercises.

Where: Self-Study

Introduction to Risk and Regulation for International Banks

Gain a high-level understanding of banking regulation, Basel I, II, and III. This course is an excellent complement to Fundamentals of Financial Risk Management.
Introductory topics.


Where: Self-Study

Capital Requirements Calculations (Credit, Market & Op Risk)

Learn the regulatory landscape of Credit, Market, and Operational Risk, as well as the Supervisory Review. This course is an excellent complement to Fundamentals of Financial Risk Management.
Intermediate topics.

Where: Self-Study

Complex Capital Risk Calculations

Learn about advanced regulatory topics such as Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book, Total Loss Absorbing Capacity, Counterparty Credit Risk, and Credit Valuation Adjustment.


Where: Self-Study

Market Risk Management under Basel III and FRTB

Basel III framework for market risk, also known as the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book or FRTB, represents a pivotal change in the way banks’ trading businesses will be capitalized, regulated, and managed. As banks intensify their implementation efforts and deepen their knowledge of FRTB, this course provides best practices for tackling the myriad of challenges and implementation deadlines. 


Where: Self-Study

Practice Test Question Banks for the PRM 1 and 2 exam programs

Candidates studying for the Professional Risk Manager (PRM) Designation program can self-assess their readiness for the PRM Exam 1 and 2 using the PRMIA banks of practice test questions. 30 days of access for each bank.

Where: Self-Study

Risk Type Compass

The Risk Type Compass personality assessment focuses on differences in the way individuals perceive, react to and manage risk, as well as how they make decisions. Based on extensive global psychological research, it places individuals into one of eight distinctive Risk Types, providing insights that have important implications for individuals, teams and the organization.

Where: Online

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Introduction to Risk and Regulation for International Banks
New Self-Study Course! Gain a high-level understanding of banking regulation, Basel I, II, and III. This course consists of three introductory lessons from the program, Risk and Regulation for International Banks. It is an excellent follow-up to Fundamentals of Financial Risk Management.

When: June 1 – September 30, 2024
Where: Self-Study

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