Licensed professional engineers work in a world of evolving technology, increased consumer expectations and other emerging issues. Practice in this changing environment requires ongoing development of knowledge and skills. It is critical that licensees remain current with changes and developments in the profession to render quality services and to ensure public protection.
Binghamton University's Watson School is pleased to offer continuing education courses for professional engineers.
The modeling, assessment, and management of risk and uncertainty are critical to the success of any engineering venture today. Engineers operates in uncertain environments where conditions can change due to the complexity of each project. Risk management is not a tool which ensures success but rather a tool which helps engineers increase the probability of achieving success by providing methods to proactively deal with this uncertainty.
This course defines risk and establishes the foundational elements of a proactive and structured risk management process. This course also facilitates discussion about technical risk drivers, roles & responsibilities and institutionalizing risk management within a company's existing processes consistent with ISO 31000:2009 principles and guidelines.
Who Should Attend?
Those who need an understanding of the strategic and business issues related to risk management including:
Binghamton University has approved this course for 6 PDH for professional engineers in New York. There is a discounted price for New York State Society of Professional Engineers members. A certificate of completion will be given to participants at the conclusion of the course listing. The Department of Systems Science and Industrial Engineering in the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science at Binghamton University is ABET accredited.
Cheryl Monachino is Director of Industrial Outreach for the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science at Binghamton University. Currently she leads a multifaceted team focused on support to Small Businesses, Engineering Professional Development, Career and Alumni Connections, and International Initiatives. Prior to joining the team at the Watson School, she was Director of Platform Systems Engineering at Lockheed Martin. Ms. Monachino retired after a 30 year industry career where she served as an engineer, manager and director leading large multi-discipline engineering organizations involved in the design, development and management of engineering and software projects for defense and civil customers. Ms. Monachino serves on the Board of Advisors for the Eastern Region of the American Cancer Society and actively supports several non-profit organizations, including the Society of Women Engineers and K-12 STEM Collaborative.
Innovative Technologies Complex (ITC)
85 Murray Hill Road
Vestal, NY 13850
$200 New York State Society of Professional Engineering (NYSSPE) member
$225 non NYSSPE members
(includes coffee breaks, lunch, parking and class materials)
Add $25 Late Fee if registered/postmarked after June 12th
Payment must be made before the start of the program. We accept checks, VISA and MasterCard.
We will send confirmation and course information to registrants by e-mail, so please include your e-mail address on your registration form.
If you have not received confirmation seven days before the start of the program, call the Office of Industrial Outreach at 607-777-2154.
1. ONLINE (preferred): Fill out the online registration at the bottom of the webpage. Make payment by mailing your check to our office. If you are paying with credit card, we will call you by phone after the form is received to get your credit card information.
2. MAIL: Click here for a printable form (.PDF, 201.1 KB) and mail with check or credit card information to:Lisa Altman, Office of Industrial OutreachWatson School of Engineering and Applied ScienceBinghamton UniversityPO Box 6000Binghamton, NY 13902-6000
3. PHONE: Call Lisa Altman at 607-777-2154 during business hours and provide registration and credit card information over the phone.
We appreciate if you can, please RSVP online by completing the form below so we know to expect your registration.
All cancellations must be received in writing (email, fax or letter only - no telephone calls) to the Office of Industrial Outreach by Friday, June 14th by 4pm to receive a refund. All refunds will be assessed a $20 administrative fee. No refunds for cancellations or non-attendance will be given after this date. Submit your cancellation request to:EMAIL:email@example.comFAX: 607-777-6256MAIL: Lisa Altman, Office of Industrial Outreach Watson School of Engineering and Applied ScienceBinghamton UniversityPO Box 6000Binghamton, NY 13902-6000
Any questions or recommendations for future programs please contact Lisa Altman at 607-777-2154 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last Updated: 5/17/13