This course is suitable for those who are currently working within Risk Management wishing to gain qualifications in the area and also to those just starting out on a career in risk and need to develop your knowledge and skills.
You will be provided with practical problem solving skills as well as a deep theoretical knowledge of the risk environment, making you highly desirable in the job market.
What's covered in the course?
The course is taught entirely online allowing you to tailor your study hours around your lifestyle. You will also find a tutor available as required to provide additional support.
You will be encouraged to use your own experiences to apply techniques and develop solutions to issues, thereby offering immediate benefit to your work environment.
The course closely aligns to the Institute of Risk Managers International Diploma in Risk Management and we are seeking exemptions from their examinations.
Why Choose Us?
-We are an established team with over 20 years’ experience of delivering risk based courses.
-The Centre prides itself on its extremely high pass rates.
-The Distance Learning route is delivered entirely off campus, the only attendance requirement being for examinations.
-The lecture team has a long history of running distance learning courses, using appropriate communication methods to ensure a sense of belonging is developed.
-We get to know our students as individuals and support their specific needs, or can signpost them to other areas of the University that can provide additional, complimentary support.
-We use real life international case studies as part of our teaching and encourage students to bring forward their own experiences to facilitate learning.
-Though this is a Distance Learning course, students are more than welcome to come to Birmingham City University
and take advantage of all of our facilities to aid in their learning.
Our course is available to study as a distance learning course, ensuring you have access to study regardless of your global location
This course is offered as a distance learning course, enabling you to study at a time that suits you. You don’t have to attend any face-to-face sessions, and delivery of course materials is done through our e-learning platform, Moodle. Each module has a revision day which, although not mandatory, you should highly consider attending. If you can’t make it, supporting materials are made available via email.
Interim awards are available should you decide to leave the course prior to completion. These are:-
-Year One – Postgraduate Certificate (60 credits)
-Year Two – Postgraduate Diploma (120 credits)
-Year Three – Masters (MSc) (180 credits)
If you’re an international student, you can sit your examinations at your British council offices for a fee payable locally of around £100 per examination
-Risk Management Concepts
-Building a Risk Resilient Organisation (case study based)
Coursework and Reflective Diary
-Application of Risk Management
-Risk Leadership & Culture
Reflective Learning Journal and Presentation
-Innovation and Professional Development
Literature Review and Research Output
-Risk Research Project
Enhancing Employability Skills
All assignments are grounded in real working organisations, allowing you to apply your knowledge into a real working environment. The majority of students enrolling on this course will already be in employment, although not necessarily in the area of risk management.
You will be encouraged to use your own organisations in the consideration of topic areas, thus increasing your profile within that organisation. Should this prove difficult, the team has a strong track record of working with individual students to provide case studies and / or internships.
To register for the Master's degree, you should normally hold a recognised Bachelor's degree of a good standard. Applicants with suitable work experience and/or qualifications other than those above may be considered for entry. Applicants with suitable work experience and/or qualifications other than those above may be considered for entry. Credit (exemption) may be given on a case-by-case basis for individual modules on the basis of prior learning and practice based experience against a standard list of exemptions which can be provided.