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Management of Risk (M_o_R) - Foundation & Practitioner
This five-day course is classroom-based and will give you a thorough understanding of the management of risk; theory and practice. The course includes the foundation examination on day three and concludes with the practitioner examinations on day five. This qualification is aimed at anyone working within a corporate governance environment that has responsibilities for identifying, assessing, planning, or managing risks, or reporting on risk management activities across the organisation.
• Risk definitions
• Benefits of risk management
• Risk principles
• Roles and responsibilities
• M_o_R approach
• M_o_R supporting documents
• M_o_R process
• Process tools and techniques
• The risk process
• Process tools and techniques
• Embed and review
• Risk specialisms
• Course summary
• Foundation exam
• Practitioner workshops
• Practitioner exam
Course Objectives for the Foundation Qualification:
• Know the facts, terms, concepts and relationships between the four elements of the M o R framework (principles, approach, processes and embedding and reviewing);
• Understand how the M o R principles, approach, and processes are used;
• Be able to identify the M o_R framework documents and understand their uses and differences.
Course Objectives for the Practitioner Qualification:
• Understand the relationships between the four elements of the M_o_R framework;
• Be able to apply the principles, approach, processes and techniques;
• Be able to review and make recommendations to embed the M_o_R framework;
• Be able to create and assess any of the M_o_R framework documents.
There are two exams included within the five-day M_o_R course:
- The foundation exam takes place on the Wednesday usually at 3pm. It is an hour-long multiple choice, closed book exam that consists of 75 questions. Five of these questions are ‘trial questions’ that will not contribute to your overall score, so the exam is marked out of 70. In order to pass, a score of 35 or more must be achieved.
- The practitioner exam takes place on the Friday and is an open-book exam. Only the M_o_R guidance book and part A of the ABC guidance is allowed. Annotations and page markers to find useful pages quickly are allowed but students are not to attach any other material into the book. The exam is three hours with a 50% pass mark.
About the trainer:
One Education Professional Training consultant, Nicola Kendall, has over 25 years’ experience working across all industry sectors providing training, coaching and consultancy services in project and risk management best practice.
Working with organisations including NATO, MOD, Civil Service, Canon UK Ltd, Microsoft and Merseyside Police, she is described by clients as ‘ inspiring’, ‘passionate’ and ‘collaborative ‘- someone who focuses on delivering the right results in the right way by putting the customer at the heart of her thinking and course delivery. Nicola’s greatest passion is developing people to grow personally and maximise their contribution to any organisation.
Risk management is a key element of project management and is an important part of business success. Effective risk management can not only reduce the negative impact of potential crises, it can provide real benefits and cost savings.
Management of Risk is designed to give all managers of all levels knowledge of risk management, from introducing policies and strategies, to dealing with opportunities and threats, enabling leadership teams in delivering objectives and improving outcomes.