Kate Boothroyd

Kate Boothroyd is a risk management specialist who works with people across sectors to help them to create value from risk management. She has a warm and friendly style that makes it easy for clients to engage and learn from her extensive experience

Kate is an expert, risk management consultant with particular expertise in project and corporate risk management, training and development. She has worked for major clients in both the public and private sector across a variety of countries and industries, including social housing, education, pharmachem, utilities, oil and gas, mining, energy, construction, civil engineering, nuclear, and rail. Kate develops and delivers risk management basic to advanced techniques

Kate was previously responsible for implementation of risk management for AMEC. She is author of and examiner for the ‘Risk Management in Architecture, Engineering & Construction’ specialist module and the new author of the core Risk Assessment module for the IRM International Diploma in Risk Management. She was a Director of the Institute of Risk Management (IRM) between 1999 and 2003, and Deputy Chairman, 2002-2003. She was Chairman of the IRM North West England Regional Group.

Risk management training and development – from basic to advanced techniques
Advice on how to establish risk management approaches that add value

Kate is a Fellow of the Institute for Risk Management (FIRM) and a BSc in Quantity Surveying.