From hands-on workshops to engaging presentations, our training programs are designed to give your organisation and people the skills and information needed to build a more resilient workplace – and a safer Victoria.

How to register for a program

For our client-only programs, you’ll need to be in our system to register. You can also get access to training through our online courses.

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If you need to check or correct your personal details, just make a request by emailing us at privacy@vmia.vic.gov.au, or mailing us at Privacy Officer, VMIA, PO Box 18409, Collins Street East, VIC 8003.

  • January 28 Tuesday
    Risk
    Level 10 South 161 Collins Street Melbourne, 3000
    28 Jan 2020, 12:30PM-5:00PM

    We're all exposed to accidental or intentional attempts to disrupt or steal data. This workshop is designed to demystify the topic of cyber risk. 

    This session is beneficial for people with a risk and governance background, with a limited experience or exposure in IT. We also encourage IT specialists to attend to look at cyber from a business perspective.

  • January 31 Friday
    Risk
    Level 10 South 161 Collins Street Melbourne, 3000
    31 Jan 2020, 9:00AM-1:00PM

    This workshop uses critical thinking techniques to help you align your risk and planning activities.

    This risk leadership workshop is suited to managers and leaders from a range of public sector and community services organisations.

    This module is delivered as a half day hands-on workshop to provide immersive activity-based learning and strong networking opportunities.

  • February 6 Thursday
    Risk
    Level 10 South 161 Collins Street Melbourne, 3000
    06 Feb 2020, 9:00AM-1:00PM

    This interactive workshop aims to increase your confidence in managing VMIA insurance.

    It is designed for employees of Victorian Government organisations who have responsibilities to coordinate or manage their VMIA insurances. 

  • February 11 Tuesday
    Risk
    Level 10 South 161 Collins Street Melbourne, 3000
    11 Feb 2020, 9:00AM-2:00PM

    This is our popular introduction to the world of risk management. It's half a day, interactive and informative.

    This session is suited to those interested in risk management with limited or no risk management expertise and knowledge.

  • February 18 Tuesday
    Risk
    TBC Mildura, 3500
    18 Feb 2020, 9:00AM-2:00PM

    This is our popular introduction to the world of risk management. It's half a day, interactive and informative.

    This session is suited to those interested in risk management with limited or no risk management expertise and knowledge.

  • February 19 Wednesday
    Risk
    TBC Mildura, 3500
    19 Feb 2020, 9:00AM-2:00PM

    Want to write a risk appetite statement? We'll teach you how in this workshop.

    This interactive workshop assumes you’re not an expert in risk, but you’ll have some understanding of corporate governance. It’s suited for managers, leaders and board members of public sector and community services organisations.

  • February 20 Thursday
    Risk
    TBC Mildura, 3500
    20 Feb 2020, 9:00AM-1:00PM

    For risk management to be effective, culture must be a focus. So where do you start? This workshop is designed to help.

  • March 2 Monday
    Risk
    Level 10 South 161 Collins Street Melbourne, 3000
    02 Mar 2020, 9:00AM-1:00PM

    We can't manage all our threats on our own. This hands-on workshop looks at the concept of shared risk.

    This risk leadership workshop is suited to managers and leaders from a range of public sector and community services organisations.

    Each module is delivered as a half day hands-on workshop to provide immersive activity-based learning and strong networking opportunities.

     
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