Risk Management of Work-Related Injuries using RAMP (Professional Certificate Program)
KTH Royal Institute of Technology now offers a training package in a Professional Certificate Program on the RAMP tool. In three courses you learn how to apply the whole risk management process, from risk identification and risk assessment to concrete action plans and follow-ups. In the courses we use a unique tool (RAMP) developed and evaluated scientifically in close collaboration between industry and researchers from KTH. The courses can be followed independently and you choose your own study pace, but in order to obtain a certificate you need to register for the entire program. Teacher on all three courses: Linda Rose.
Assessment of Work-Related Injury Risks using RAMP I
In course I you get an overview of the entire RAMP tool and you learn to identify and assess musculoskeletal (MSD) risks using the first module in the RAMP tool (RAMP I). This course can be followed independently or as part of the program.
Risk Management of Work-Related injuries using RAMP II
In course II you will learn to use all four modules in the RAMP tool. This includes, for example, how to present results from risk assessments for different stakeholders within an organisation and how you create action plans for improvement. This course can be followed independently or as part of the program.
Proficiency in using RAMP for Risk Management of Work-Related injuries
In course III you will become skilled in managing the whole risk management process and you will work with authentic cases from the business community. This course can be followed independently or as part of the program.
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High Performance Finite Element Modeling II
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Teachers on all four courses: Martin Vendel and Henrik Blomgren.
Digital transformation I - Market and Industry Analysis
This course focuses on the new business landscape. What happens on markets when digitalisation enter? How to estimate what that new future business landscape will look like? This course can be followed independently or as part of the program.
Digital transformation II - Strategy
This course focuses on developing your ability to make strategic choices during a potential transformation, based on well-established theories and models. General corporate strategy, innovation theories, industry dynamics, foresight methodology and digital technology are included. This course can be followed independently or as part of the program.
Digital transformation III - Leadership
This course unfolds leadership in a digital world and what new tools and methods that will be needed. Leaders, whether they have a management position or not, are the ones to make digital transformation come true. The course also gives you methods and tools needed in order to implement the digital transformation of an organisation. From analysis to strategy to hands-on action. This course can be followed independently or as part of the program.
Digital transformation IV - Business Development and Marketing
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Teachers: James Gross and Sebastian Schiessl.
Sustainable Development for problem solvers I
In the first course you will get an introduction to the concept of sustainability.
Sustainable Development for problem solvers II
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Philosophy of Science for Engineers and Scientists
Learn how to assess and justify the choice of different scientific methods for different scientific purposes. The aim of the course is to improve your understanding of methodological and philosophical issues that may arise when doing scientific studies.
Teachers: Till Grüne-Yanoff, Johan Berg and Sebastian Östlund.
Opens for sign up: Autumn 2018.
Other MOOCs collaborations at KTH
KTH is part of InnoEnergy consortium and is involved in some MOOCs’ development.
iSE - the Institute of Sustainable Energy
by InnoEnergy - provides professional online courses which will help to advance knowledge in the fields of sustainable energy, innovation and entrepreneurship.