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TRAINING

Helping organisations make proactive decisions

Message from Satarla CEO (12th March 2020):  COVID-19 is forcing many of us to work under conditions we are not accustomed to.  Guidelines released by governments across the world have resulted in us postponing all face-to-face training for the coming months.  We remain committed to delivering our sessions through online virtual classrooms - enabling individuals and organisations to ensure that learning and development continues.  Our online sessions are delivered with the same ethos as our face-to-face courses: interactive, energetic, practical and fun. 

 

The good news is that we have been delivering these courses online for many years, for hundreds of participants across all of our geographies.  Our instructors and teams are laser-focused on maintaining a high-quality experience for all participants.

Our aim is to leave you with the skills and understanding to recognise and manage your own risks.  Our learner-centric courses are energetic, allowing you to design and test tools that are key to your organisation’s risk management.  Learning by doing is core to our approach.

 

We run a number of different training courses and formats, including public from our training centre in Westminster, London, and private training for our clients around the world, as well as remote and e-learning webinars. We tailor all of our training to meet our clients needs.

We also run courses on behalf of a number of organisations such as The IRM (The Institute of Risk Management, UK), IRMSA (Institute of Risk Management, South Africa), and StrategicRISK.  Our trainers are all risk practitioners as well as trainers and therefore teach practical risk management as well as the theory.

Testimonials:

“One of the best training sessions we have ever had.” 

Institute of Risk Management (UK) training participant

“[Satarla trainer’s] expertise in risk management enabled her to tailor the course to our needs as we progressed through the course.  Thank you for all of the tips – we will definitely be implementing a great number of them.”

Satarla private training participant

"We are very pleased with the Risk Management training provided by the trainers from Satarla and appreciate their knowledge and skills"

Satarla remote training participant

Virtual training

Live, interactive virtual training sessions and tutorials with one of our 75 risk management experts.  

Public, one-on-one and bespoke options available.

Face-to-face training

 

We run a wide variety of risk management courses to enable better decision-making in your organisation.  These are run in our London-based training centre as well as in your office should you invite us.  

If we don't advertise the course you are looking for, contact us as we will likely have run your course in the past.

[Note: as of March 2020, all face-to-face courses have been moved online.  Please visit our virtual training to find out more]

Private training / consulting

We design and deliver bespoke in-house training courses to organisations around the world.  Specially designed to make use of your own approach to risk management, inclusive of terminology, tools and case studies, these can be delivered either face-to-face or online.  Training can be delivered in English, French, Spanish as well as a number of other languages.

[Note: as of March 2020, all interaction is being undertaken remotely.  This enables us to match you to the most appropriate of our 75 associates, no matter their global location]

MEET SOME OF THE TEAM...

Dr Sarah Gordon
Accredited Trainer
John Crawley
Accredited Master Trainer
Laura Mallabone
Accredited Trainer
Prof Tankiso Moloi
Professor
Dr Graeme Keith
Quantitative Risk Management
Ollie de Boer
Accredited Trainer

WATCH SOME OF OUR TRAINING VIDEOS

Simple 4-step risk management process
Making sense of risk through numbers
Risk appetite, tolerance and criteria