This risk management course is designed to help existing and new traders to anticipate risk and deal with it in the right manner. Trading is inherently risky and if you want to become a trader that makes profits, it is important to master risk management. The course is two weeks long and it will take you from the basics to the advanced levels in risk management.
You will learn about managing your risk as well as how to quantify it. Once you are done, you will have a good understanding of the practices and tools used in risk management. The training course is intensive and it ensures you have an edge over your peers in managing your risk.
The course will look at current trends in managing risk and it will teach you how to minimise risk when trading in the current environment. You will learn how to conjure up effective and creative methods of understanding and managing your risk.
Who Should Take this Class?
This course is great for anyone who wants to become a trader that can convert threats into opportunities to make a profit. It includes project managers, traders, practitioners of risk management, and even consultants.
• An introduction to risk management
• How to identify risk
• How to plan risk management
• Analysing the probability of risk
• Qualitative and quantitative methods of analysing risk
• How to respond to risk
• How to monitor risk
• How to control risk
In the first week, you will be introduced to risk management. You learn the basic of managing risk and gain a general overview of what is involved. Besides that, you learn how to plan your risk management process. Planning will entail studying tool and techniques that you can use in the process. At the end of the planning module, you will have the ability to come up with a concrete plan. You then learn how to spot risks and the measures you can use to mitigate the risks you identify. Besides that, you will learn how you can use various techniques and tool to increase your output from this process.
In this module, you are taught how you can analyse risk and how to use qualitative or quantitative methods. You will also get an in-depth look into the techniques and tools used to analyse risk. Besides that, you will learn what input is needed and the outcome you can expect. Finally, you learn how to respond to, monitor and control risk.