Courses are offered for free to SFU Faculty and Staff. Please contact SFU Risk Management, for details on how to register.
Risk Management Training
- April 30 - May 25, 2018 - Risk Management for Recreation Professionals: Online Course
The primary goal of this online course is to increase staff awareness in the area of Negligence, Legal Liability and Risk Management, and provide participants with the knowledge and skills needed to reduce the risk of participant injury – and the potential of negligence litigation.
This course is aimed at the department ‘Risk Manager’ – the staff member who has been delegated by the Director to assume overall responsibility for leading and coordinating all risk management efforts in the department. The primary goal of the course is to provide the tools and leadership skills needed to successfully lead and champion risk management within a department.
3. Sports Clubs
The primary goal of this course is to provide Sport Club Administrators with the knowledge and skills needed to manage the challenging and multi-faceted area of Sport Clubs. Since risk management for participants is a key concern for all Sport Clubs Administrators, the course will focus on how to develop an operational ‘framework’ for Sport Clubs to facilitate better oversight and management – and help ensure a safer environment for Sport Clubs participants. Course assignments are project-oriented and designed to address key issues in your program.
4. Youth Camps
This online course is designed for Campus Recreation professionals who have direct responsibility for Youth Camps. The primary goal of the course is to provide Camp Administrators with the knowledge and skills needed to manage the challenging, multi-faceted (and high risk) Youth Camps program — irrespective of the type of camp being planned.
This online course is designed for people who are directly responsible for planning and managing all aspects of Special Events. The primary goal of the course is to provide event planners with the knowledge and skills needed to manage the challenging task of running Special Events — large and small.