ISO 31000 Certification Training
Would you like to compare your own views and working methods with the international guidelines for risk management? And do you also want to be able to demonstrate that you master the theory? Then this intensive three-day training is a very good choice for you. The training leads to the globally recognized certification ISO 31000 Foundations Level - CRMF® Certificate of the Global Network for Independent Certification (gn-ic.org) upon successful completion of the exam. You'll find the registration form at the bottom of this page.
The ISO 31000 standard defines 'risk' as the effect of uncertainty on objectives. This does not only concern threats, but also opportunities that influence the realization of those objectives. The document provides a conceptual framework for managing risk.
To effectively embed the management of opportunities and threats in the organization, those involved need a common language. ISO 31000 provides generally accepted terms and definitions. It also provides a common framework for dealing with the uncertain future in a focused manner. The guidelines act as an umbrella above the risk-based standards such as ISO 9000, ISO 14000 and ISO 22000. This makes these guidelines very valuable when dealing with uncertainty in an integrated way.
result of the training
After this training you'll know what the ISO 31000 Risk Management guidelines for sound risk management entail. You'll learn to interpret these guidelines and integrate them into the existing management system. In this way you are able to get started in a structured way with the implementation and optimization of dealing with opportunities and threats within your organization.
Participants from, among others, the following organizations preceded you in previous editions of this certification training that I have provided:
ABN AMRO Bank - Aegon - Netherlands Court of Audit - Allseas Engineering - Alstom Transport - Antea Group - a.s.r. verzekeringen - B. Schulte Shipmanagement, Cyprus - Balance - BDO - BT Global Services - Cannock Chase - Capital Market Authority, Saudi Arabia - Central Bank, Aruba - CERRIX - Condotte SpA, Norway - DAS - Dutch Central Bank - CZ Health Insurance - DELA - Deloitte Advisory, Denmark - Dutch Certification Institute - Eandis, Belgium - Elmar, Aruba - Eneco - European Central Bank, Germany - European Space Agency - FCCA, Aruba - Financial Compliance Group, Norway - Fourthline - Heineken - ING - Innogy - International Criminal Court - Interxion - Klaverblad Verzekeringen - KPN - Kuhne+Nagel, Zwitserland - Ministry of Defence - Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Ministry of Health, Croatia - Movares - Municipality of The Hague - Novamedia - Oman Shipping Company - Onderlinge ‘s-Gravenhage - ONVZ Zorgverzekeraar - Orsted A/S, Denmark - Dutch National Police - Prorail - PwC Advisory, Italy - Rabobank - RDW - Recruit Global Staffing - Rentokil-Initial - RTL Group, Luxembourg - Saudi Food and Drug Authority, Saudi Arabia - Schlumberger, France - Security Bravos, Mozambique - SK Biotek, Ireland - Staatsolie, Surinam - SVB - Stedin - Strycker - SWIFT - Tauw - Tennet - Technical University Delft - UWV - Van Oord - VIVAT - Vodafone Germany - WEB, Aruba - Wordline, Belgium - Zorg en Zekerheid
The ISO 31000 Risk Management guidelines provide an approach to effective risk management that is suitable for all types of organizations and for all types of risk. This certification training is therefore a must for anyone who plays an important role in risk management in your organization, such as: - general and operations managers - financial and business controllers - (IT) risk managers - privacy and information security experts - quality managers - EHS specialists - physical security, facility and business continuity managers - compliance officers - internal, operational and financial auditors. A specific preliminary education is not required to participate in this training. Bachelor level education is recommended. Due to the intensive nature of this training, the number of participants per edition is limited.
[A] open enrollment
3 consecutive days,
incl. the ditigal exam
selfstudy: av. 6 hrs.
5 Zoom sessions of 1,5 hrs. on dates of choice
selfstudy: av. 14 hrs.
[B] open enrollment
5 Zoom sessions of 2 hrs. on 2,5 consecutive days
selfstudy: av. 14 hrs.
1 Zoom session of 1 hr.
on a date of choice
selfstudy: av. 3 hrs.
In-company editions are available of both the physical [A] and the virtual [B] variants. In these cases the dates and times are agreed based on availability.
The individual variant [C] allows optimal personal guidance. The usual turnaround time for the sessions is two weeks.
The recertification training [D] concerns those who have previously been personally certified by an institute for the ISO 31000:2009/2018 Guidelines. The individual Zoom session enables you to optimally prepare for the digital "open book" exam of 20 multiple choice questions. In preparation for the session, you will receive an extensive presentation and an explanation video. The presentation contains further information on the differences between the 2009 and 2018 editions of the Guidelines. As part of applying for this exam, you must provide evidence of your previous certification.
The materials for the physical open enrollment and in-company variants consist of an extensive presentation plus instructions and background information.
With the virtual variants you will also receive five explanation videos in preparation for the Zoom sessions, as well as the study guide that details the required preparations for each session.
During the training you will make many practice assignments and exam questions, which will help you to prepare optimally for the exam. The assignments and discussions also offer excellent opportunities to make the translation into your own practice.
exam and certification
The ISO 31000 exam covers the following topics:
risk management concepts, terms and definitions
the risk management principles
the risk management framework
the risk management process.
During the closed book exam you have to answer 80 multiple choice questions. To pass the exam you must have answered 75% of the questions correctly. In the unlikely event that you do not pass the exam, you can retake the exam free of charge within six months.
The exam meets the requirements of the ISO/IEC 17024 standard, which aims to harmonize the certification of experts worldwide. If you have passed the exam, you will receive your personal certificate from GNIC ISO 31000 Foundations Level - CRMF® Certificate. Further details can be found here.
dates and venue
The physical training courses with open enrollment - with the exam on the third day - are offered four times a year. See the registration form below (at Training options and dates) for the available dates.
The training days start at 09:00 and last until 17:00.
The location is: Regardz La Vie, Utrecht (nearby the Central Station).
I am a Certified Trainer for ISO 31000 since 2014. In addition, I provide international COSO ERM Certificate and COSO Internal Control Certificate training courses.
Please refer to my LinkedIn profile for my resume and for recommendations of participants.
your investment and conditions
The total costs for the training are EUR 2,350 (excluding VAT if applicable). The costs for the certification are included in the examination fee of EUR 250 (excluding VAT). After your registration you will receive an invoice. Attractive discounts apply for in-company editions; please inquire about the training options without certification, too. The costs for the recertification variant including the exam are EUR 375 (excluding VAT). You can register for the training variant and the exam of your choice by filling in the registration form below. By submitting the form you indicate that you agree to the following conditions: 1. The amount due must have been paid to the bank account of MdP | Management, Consulting & Training prior to the start of the training. Cancellations must be communicated by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. 2. Substitutes are allowed at all times, provided condition 1 has been met. 3. Cancellations: - between 30 and 15 days before the start of the training, lead to a payment obligation of 50% of the costs of the training; - during two weeks before the start of the training and "no shows" lead to a payment obligation of 100% of the costs of the training. 4. In special circumstances, if canceled one week before the start of a training with open enrollment, participation can be moved to the next edition. In that case, cancellation costs of EUR 250 are due caused by the applicable reservation obligations with regard to the training venue. 5. Registration for the training and the GNIC exam entails that some personal data is registered in the GNIC administration. GNIC may use this information to provide those involved with further information about its activities. 6. Your personal information will be used in accordance with applicable laws.