Insurance is an important part of business and a way to lessen the financial impact of future events on your organisation. Government organisations are expected to proactively manage risk and ensure they have the right level of insurance in place.
This workshop aims to increase your confidence in managing VMIA insurance policies.
This is an interactive online workshop where you’ll be invited to engage in quizzes, polls and small group discussions. At times, you may be asked to switch on your camera and microphone to participate. To fully participate in this session, please log in via a laptop or desktop computer using Google Chrome, Firefox or Safari as your browser.
By the end of the workshop, participants should be able to:
- identify VMIA insurance product features
- raise an insurance claim
- outline key phases of the annual insurance process
- assess if your organisation’s risks are insurable
- describe your main insurance responsibilities
This interactive workshop is designed for employees of Victorian Government organisations who have responsibilities to coordinate or manage their VMIA insurance policies.
This event will be hosted on Zoom. Clicking the registration button will redirect you to an external website to sign up. Once you've successfully registered, you'll receive a confirmation email. Make sure you add the event to your calendar.
Pete Gervasoni, Client Learning Facilitator
Hi there! I’ve worked in senior risk roles across multiple agencies over the past 15 years. I’m a certified practising risk manager and a Fellow of the Institute of Strategic Risk Management. I’m also an expert on the Standards Australia/ISO group for Security and Resilience and Risk Management.
If you have any questions or need some assistance, please reach out to email@example.com - we look forward to connecting with you.
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