CR risk and materiality

This course will help to prioritise your most important CR activities and bring more clarity to the risk and opportunities present in Corporate Responsibility.

This course is accredited by the Institute of Leadership and ManagementBy introducing you to a risk framework we will show you how to determine the most material issues using an impact and likelihood assessment tool. Through this method you will also gain more focus to enhance your communications for better internal buy in. We will also introduce you to the challenges of governing these issues.

This course is also offered as part of the CR Management programme

Who should attend?

One of the most useful training courses I have been on

- Tamsin Waterhouse,
Group Company Secretary, Inchcape PLC
This course is primarily for CR Practitioners, however risk or business unit managers will also benefit from attending this course.


Member £435 + VAT

Non-member £540 + VAT

How to book

To reserve a place on a future course, please call Anna Frazer on 020 7566 8794.

What will I get out of attending?

By the end of the course, attendees should have:

  • A practical walk through of an impact and likelihood assessment of corporate responsibility issues.

  • A detailed set of tools and techniques for delivering a materiality assessment.

  • How to align those tools with existing management processes.

  • How to communicate a strong business case for CR using a risk analysis framework.

  • Insight from a company guest speaker.

  • An appreciation of governance challenges.

Additionally, their organisations will benefit from:

Clear aims and objectives, interesting guest speaker, good facilities.

- Susannah Caunce,
CR Executive, E.ON

  • A better understanding of risk and materiality in relation to CR.

  • A fuller and more robust business case for CR.

Course outline

  • The Business Context

  • Understanding Impact and Likelihood

  • Issues Identification and Prioritisation

  • Practical Implementation - guest speaker

  • Governance of prioritised risks