Fundamentals of Risk Management

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Instruction Hours 7
Topics Fundamentals of Risk Management
Programs Certified School Risk Managers (CSRM)
Start Date Jan 16, 2020
End Date Jan 16, 2020
Learning Options Traditional Classroom

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Topics Covered:

  • Risk Management Function and Process
  • The School Risk Manager
  • Identifying School Risks Logical Classifications
  • Identifying School Risks Methods
  • Gathering Loss Data

CE is approved for 6 to 7 credits in all states. Please check the CE guide for the credits approved in your state.

Euless, TX
January 16, 2020
7:30 AM Registration
Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD, Auxiliary Services
1350 W Euless Blvd Room A
Euless, TX 76040
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This event is being conducted by the Texas Association of School Business Officials

This foundational risk management course benefits school risk managers, employee benefits and safety coordinators, and those in human resources and positions that oversee the risk management function in schools. Insurance agents and brokers who work with school risk managers or the placement of school business are also encouraged to attend.

Take this course for an in-depth look at the overall risk management process, while examining the function of the school risk manager.

Topics Covered::

  • Risk Management Function and Process
  • The School Risk Manager
  • Identifying School Risks: Logical Classifications
  • Identifying School Risks: Methods
  • Gathering Loss Data

CE is approved for 6 to 7 credits in all states. Please check the CE guide for the credits approved in your state.

Faculty

Faculty Name

William Stone*

Bio Detail

Bill Stone is retired from public service after a combined 29 years in municipal government and Texas public education. He is now working for the Marble Falls, Texas firm of Edwards Risk Management, Inc., one of the leading public entity risk management firms in the state. Bill is a licensed Property/Casualty Adjuster in both Texas and Louisiana and works with public school districts in both states. Prior to retirement from public service in 2007, Bill was an assistant superintendent of Business Operations for Keller ISD, and assistant superintendent of Finance and Business for Canyon ISD in the Texas Panhandle. He started his career in public administration with the City of Amarillo, Texas, as a management analyst in 1978, and left there in 1989 to enter the field of public school business administration. Bill has a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from Eastern New Mexico University, and received his MBA degree from West Texas A&M University in 1981. He is a Certified Texas School Business Administrator (CTSBA) and earned his CSRM designation in 2007. Bill is a military veteran of the United States Air Force where he served from 1972 to 1976.