The risks inherent in the adventure and experiential education fields require organizations to constantly assess their programs and stay up-to-date on the accepted industry standards. The Midwest Risk Management Symposium provides a cost-effective avenue for the sharing of information in the areas of program administration, staff training, and field practices. We will utilize the experience and knowledge of leading industry professionals to present ideas, facilitate discussions, and be resources to those seeking the latest information on all facets of risk management. The theme of the 2017 Midwest Risk Management Symposium is Risk and Resilience. Through presentations, discussions, and workshops, we will explore the interdependence of risk and resilience in our programs and unpack the concept that while risk helps promote resiliency we need to also be resilient in the face of risk.
YMCA Camps Manito-wish, Menogyn, and Widjiwagan are excited to host the 5th Annual Midwest Risk Management Symposium. Please join us to develop relationships with your peers in the industry and to contribute to the advancement of appropriate risk management practices. The Symposium will be held at YMCA Camp Ihduhapi in Loretto, MN beginning with registration and evening activities on November 15th. Symposium programming will continue on November 16th through the morning of November 17th, ending with our keynote panel in the early afternoon.
Consider joining us for this Symposium and ensure your organization is managing its risks intentionally.
Request for presentation and workshop proposals
Would you like to present at the 2017 Midwest Risk Management Symposium? We’ll be accepting proposals until May 1st and are very excited for another round of awesome presentations. This is a great opportunity to share your experience and knowledge with others and to help promote risk management best practices! Please see this form for more info.
- $250 (housing included)
- $150 for those not staying at Camp Ihduhapi overnight
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