Measuring School Risks

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Instruction Hours 7
Topics Measuring School Risks
Programs Certified School Risk Managers (CSRM)
Start Date Mar 06, 2020
End Date Mar 06, 2020
Learning Options Traditional Classroom

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Topics Covered:

  • Introduction and Qualitative Analysis for School Risks
  • Qualitative Risk Assessment and Loss Run Analysis
  • Quantitative Analysis Tools and Forecasting
  • The Risk Analysis Process

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

Houston, TX
March 6, 2020
7:30 AM Registration
GRB Houson Convention Center
1001 Avenida de las Americas
Houston, TX 77010
713-853-8000

This event is being conducted by the Texas Association of School Business Officials

Participants will learn to analyze and evaluate school risks, along with the mechanics of forecasting and trending losses to be used in estimating loss projections, determining insurance program retentions, and deductibles.

Topics Covered::

  • Introduction and Qualitative Analysis for School Risks
  • Qualitative Risk Assessment and Loss Run Analysis
  • Quantitative Analysis: Tools and Forecasting
  • The Risk Analysis Process

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

Bill Tarro

Bio Detail

Bill Tarro is the Executive Director for Risk Management for the Lubbock Independent School District located in Lubbock, Texas. Bill has taught classes in school risk management for the Texas Association of School Business Officials as well as the National Alliance. He has presented programs for the American Dental Association as well as the Texas Dental Association and numerous other professional organizations. Bill began his Risk management career in 1993. He has been the Executive Director of Risk Management for Lubbock Independent School District. He has received two nominations for the Commitment to Excellence award from TASBO and has received the Risk Management Fund Innovation Award from the Texas Association of School Boards. He was the Risk manager of the Year for Texas PRIMA and served as the president of Texas PRIMA in 2013. He enjoys sharing what he has learned with others in hopes that their jobs will be made easier and more efficient.