In this assignment, groups will develop an outline for an “in-service”-style educational session on risk management, which will form the basis for a CLC slide presentation in Topic 5. Before starting the assignment, you are required to submit your proposed presentation topic to the instructor for approval. You will select one risk management topic relevant to and chosen from the points analyzed in the Risk Management Program Analysis Part One assignment in Topic 1.
The approval step is required so that each group will profile a different risk management topic in order to enhance the depth of learning and contribute to the body of knowledge of each student. Submit your group’s proposed topic as early as possible after your group members have been selected, but no later than Day 7 of Topic 1 for full assignment credit. Once you receive instructor approval, only then should you initiate work on this assignment. (Note: Work submitted on an unapproved topic will receive zero credit.)
Once your topic has been approved by the faculty, you will develop a 500-750 word comprehensive outline that communicates the approved risk management topic. The outline is required to include a minimum of three objectives to discuss what your group considers to be key or core risk management elements that pertain to the point, or element, you selected to profile.
Required sections to include in your outline are listed below. If your topic requires additional sections, include them as well:
- Objectives: Three objectives you intend to address in the proposed risk management educational session.
- Rationale: Rationale for each objective (i.e., Why are these three objectives key or core to the risk management issue?).
- Supportive Data: Data to support the need for the proposed educational session.
- Implementation Strategies: How will you implement the proposed educational session?
- Evaluation Strategies: What tools will you use to evaluate the proposed educational session?
- Challenges and Opportunities: Ideas or suggestions about areas of focus regarding risk management the organization could or should address moving forward into the future?