Graduate Diploma of Applied Risk Management and Corporate Governance

Risk just got real!
Real insights. Real skills. Real results.

The Graduate Diploma of Applied Risk Management and Corporate Governance is a unique offering in the risk and corporate governance education market. Become your organisation’s greatest asset for driving responsible risk and corporate governance performance. This accredited course draws from real cases and practical examples to give you hands-on knowledge and experience. You’ll learn the importance of risk management in effective governance, and how to implement best practice. Download the handbook for more information.

The right risk management qualification for you:

  • flexible learning – online or face-to-face options
  • formalise your knowledge with a recognised qualification
  • accredited by TEQSA
  • designed and taught by industry-leading practitioners
  • gain membership with Governance Institute
  • become a nationally-recognised Risk and Governance Professional

Risk and Governance Professional

Governance Institute has launched a new risk designation (‘Risk and Governance Professional’) for those who successfully complete our Graduate Diploma of Applied Risk Management and Governance or Graduate Certificate of Applied Risk Management. This designation offers national recognition for risk management practitioners.


 For more information you can download the handbook, or contact us via email


What our graduates and members say

Maree Blake FGIA, Non-executive Director

A deep dive into risk management practice with global case studies, exposure to the most current thinking and relevant tools for day to day application. Very well worthwhile.

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