Management of Risk (M_o_R) Practitioner
M_o_R is intended to help organisations put in place an effective framework for risk management. This will help them make informed decisions about the risks that affect their strategic, programme, project and operational objectives. The guide provides a route map for risk management, bringing together basic concepts, an approach, a process with a set of interrelated process steps, and pointers to more detailed sources of advice on risk management techniques and specialisms. It also provides advice on how the principles, approach and processes should be embedded, reviewed and applied differently depending on the nature of the objectives at risk.
This two day Management of Risk (M_o_R) follows on from the M_o_R Foundation course. Utilising complex scenario based exercises, candidates will get a deeper understanding of how to utilise the framework in a practical manner. Within project and programme environments there will always be risk which needs to be identified, analysed and managed. Other areas of an organisation will also be exposed to risks as operational functions are carried out. M_o_R provides guidance on how best to deal with all these areas.
This two day course leads to the M_o_R Practitioner certifications. During the course delegates will get the opportunity to prepare for the exams and utilise our extensive database of practice questions. This course will enable delegates to gain an advanced understanding of all the key parts of the M_o_R Framework:
- Common Risk Management Techniques
- Risk Specialisms
- Preparation for the foundation examination
- Preparation for the practitioner examination
Although there is no mandatory requirement, ideally candidates should have at least two years professional experience working in Risk Management. The M_o_R Foundation would suit candidates working in the following professions or areas:
- Senior Project Officers
- Project & Program Coordinator/Managers
- Development & Planning Managers
- Operations Managers
- Quality Managers
- Business Analysts
- Engineering Managers
- IT Infrastructure Managers
- Internal Consultants
- Professional Consultants
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.
The above list is a suggestion only; individuals may wish to attend based on their own career aspirations, personal goals or objectives. Delegates may take as few or as many Intermediate qualifications as they require, and to suit their needs.
To sit the Practitioner examination the Foundation certification is required. It is strongly recommended that candidates should have a good understanding of risk management.
Section 1 – Course overview and introduction
Section 2 – M_o_R principles
Section 3 – M_o_R approach
Section 4 – M_o_R processes
Section 5 – M_o_R common techniques
Section 6 – M_o_R perspectives
Section 7 – Embedding and reviewing M_o_R
Section 8 – Practitioner examination preparation
Section 9 – Group activities and buzz exercises
Days of Training