Add an Amazing Anchorage Visit to Your Risk Management Training

Office Buildings City Skyline Downtown Anchorage Alaska United SFrom the colossal forest of the Chugach Mountain Range on the horizon to the sparkling waters of Cook Inlet, Anchorage offers endless possibilities for adventure — and it’s hosting DRI’s upcoming Risk Management course! Register now, and you’ll receive vital professional training while enjoying a trip to an astounding natural region.

About the course:
Risk Management Continuity
(RMLE 2000)
Anchorage, AK
Aug. 8-12

Risk Management is a top priority in all sectors, from supply chain to cyber-security. As a professional in this field, you have to be at the top of your game, to truly identify the threats your organization faces – and how to protect against them. You need to be able to perform risk assessments, reduce organizational vulnerabilities, select cost-effective risk controls, and obtain buy-in from upper management. Risk Management Continuity (RMLE 2000) focuses on teaching those skills and many more.

Cow moose and its calfDeveloped and taught by experienced instructors, this course combines theory with real-world practices to give you in-depth instruction and tools you can put to use in creating a
robust Risk Management program. The course is designed to give students the tools they need to pass the Risk Management Examination and continue on the path toward becoming a DRI Certified Risk Management Professional (CRMP) or Associate Risk Management Professional (ARMP).

Here’s a quick look at what you can expect when you visit Anchorage, AK:

  • 50 glaciers within a day’s drive
  • 1,500 moose living there
  • 135 miles of paved, multi-use trails
  • 1,600+ eating establishments, ranging from casual to fine dining, many featuring locally sourced seafood, and
  • 20,310 feet measuring the height of Denali, North America’s tallest mountain, visible from downtown Anchorage.

Take advantage of an awesome location — register for the course today!

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