Free Risk Training Seminar Added to London RAG

The Risk & Assurance Group have extended the program for their London Conference by adding a half-day pre-conference risk seminar, to be run by professional telecoms trainer Alan Blaney (pictured) of Focus Training. Alan’s seminar will be provided free of charge, but it will be strictly limited to 25 attendees currently employed by telcos.

Alan’s seminar will cover various aspects of telecoms risk management, including: critical success factors; risk appetite; treatments for risk; a comparison of risk management models; and an assessment of the key risk vulnerabilities for telcos. Alan is a highly experienced trainer and his clients include the GSMA and the Association of British Investigators. You can learn more about Alan and the content of his training seminar by looking here.

The training seminar will be held on the afternoon of Tuesday 14th March, at a central London location near the conference venue. In order to control the number of attendees, more detailed directions will only be provided to the lucky 25 who are first to secure their place. Seats are going fast. If you work for a telco and would like to attend this pre-conference training seminar, you can request a seat whilst completing the RAG London Conference registration form.

Eric Priezkalns
Eric Priezkalns

Eric is a recognized expert on communications risk and assurance. He was Director of Risk Management for Qatar Telecom and has worked with Cable & Wireless, T‑Mobile, Sky, Worldcom and others.

 

Eric was lead author of Revenue Assurance: Expert Opinions for Communications Providers, published by CRC Press. He was a founding member of Qatar’s National Committee for Internet Safety and the first leader of the TM Forum’s Enterprise Risk Management team. Eric currently sits on the committee of the Risk & Assurance Group, and is an editorial advisor to Black Swan. He is a qualified chartered accountant, with degrees in information systems, and in mathematics and philosophy.

 

Commsrisk is edited by Eric. Look here for more about Eric’s history as editor.