Tourism activities are like any other professional types of activity, it could be endangered due to various types of risks and tourist crises that may affect tourism activities on individual levels, or by nature of tourism in the country, especially since tourism is highly sensitive and highly influenced by external risk factors. Therefore such risks and crises shall be fully handled directly and strictly by the Hotel & Tourism Management, through diligent quest to satisfy needs, wants, and desires of clients (tourists), while achieving the required financial surplus at the meantime. This Training Program provides a roadmap for dealing with such crises, which is very helpful for trainees.

Objectives and target group

The British Academy for Training and Development presents this course for the following audience:

  • Project Managers.
  • Project Senior Management Officials.
  • Risk Analysts.
  • University and High Education Students.
  • Internal Audit Department.
  • Financial Directors.
  • Legal Advisors.
  • Senior Administrative staff.

How will participants benefit from the course?

After completing the program, participants will be able to learn:

  • Definition of Risk Management.
  • Identifying the major 3 forms of risks and the concept of each form.
  • Identifying the main objectives of Risk Management.
  • Best Practices, Steps, and Measures of the Risk Management Process.
  • Distinguish the 3 common methods of Risk Identification.
  • Ability to deal with and respond to various sorts of risks.
  • Identify Risk Management activities.
  • Effective Methods to develop a Risk Management Plan.

Course Content

Steps of Risk Management Process:

  • Methods to handle and overcome various Risks.
  • Determinants and Constraints of Risk Analysis.
  • How to design and implement Risk Management Plans.
  • Application Areas of Risk Management.
  • Risk management activities in line with best practices of Project Management.
  • Risk management and Business Continuity.

Additional Topics:

Political Risks:
Economic, political and social factors.

Legal risks:
Risks that contracts are documented incorrectly, or to be legalized in a manner that is not legally consistent with enforceable laws in the relevant jurisdictions.
Liquidity risks:
The risk of loss resulting from changes in the Bank's ability to sell or dispose of the asset.

Operational risks:
The risk of direct or indirect losses resulting from inadequate internal processes, persons, systems or external events.

Price Risk:
Risk of loss resulting from adverse changes in market prices, including interest rates, Foreign exchange rates, Equity, and commodity prices and any other market price fluctuations.

Regulatory risks:
The risk of loss resulting from failure to comply with regulatory or legal requirements in the relevant jurisdictions where the Establishment operates.

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Course Cost

Note / Price varies according to the selected city

Members NO. : 1
£2900 / Member

Members NO. : 2 - 3
£2320 / Member

Members NO. : + 3
£1885 / Member

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