Improve your corporate decision-making capabilities by proactively managing risk across projects with a virtual Management of Risk Practitioner course — offering you the benefits of a classroom experience but without having to leave your home.
The M_o_R Practitioner course has been designed to provide delegates with the opportunity to practice the practical application of the M_o_R method. It covers the 12 M_o_R principles, the approach, process and the basic techniques essential to managing risks using the M_o_R guidance. The purpose of the Practitioner qualification is to confirm whether you have achieved sufficient understanding of how to apply and tailor M_o_R in a scenario situation.
What is virtual training?
Virtual training incorporates both the personal teaching experience of a classroom, with the ease and flexibility of a virtual environment. Our virtual courses are interactive and engaging, allowing participants to communicate with both the instructor and each other in a collaborative manner. Please review our FAQs for more information relating to virtual learning, including the technical specifications.
This is an intensive two-day course that prepares you for the M_o_R Practitioner examination. The training is conducted via a virtual training environment. You need to ensure that you can satisfy the technical requirements that can be found on our website. In addition, whilst attending your course, there will also be some examination preparation evening work.
You must pass Foundation prior to taking the Practitioner examination.
You should be able to apply and understand how to tailor M_o_R effectively within an organization environment supporting M_o_R. Specifically you should for any organizational perspective:
You will require a copy of the official M_o_R manual for the M_o_R Practitioner course and exam. This is not included in the cost of the course. Should you wish to purchase the manual you can add it to your shopping cart once you have selected your chosen date.
For last-minute bookings (10 working days or less before start date), you will be issued with digital materials – this will include all accompanying course materials (usually a workbook) and a manual, if this is included as part of your purchase.
The course materials will be provided in a PDF format and available for download via our virtual platform on the first day of the course. You will need to download and save the materials to your device, so that you can annotate them during the training course.
If you would like to add a manual to your order, this will be sent as a PDF/eBook via email from TSO Customer Services (firstname.lastname@example.org), and will only be compatible with Adobe Digital Editions. Therefore you will need to have this installed on your device.
If you would like to receive a physical copy of the manual, please get in touch with a member of our team, and they will talk you through your options.
This course follows the Practitioner syllabus and focuses on the application of all the areas covered in the M_o_R Foundation course. It provides delegates with the opportunity to practice Practitioner style questions in preparation for the Practitioner paper by integrating the following:
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. It is best suited to people in the following job roles:
A concentrated course that requires you to complete mandatory online pre-course study, which is designed to take approximately 6–8 hours to complete. Full instructions with a link to the online pre-course will be issued within 48 hours of your confirmed booking.
Review the technical requirements for the online pre-course learning here.
Exams are taken online via remote proctor. Two weeks prior to course commencement, ILX will arrange for an exam voucher to be issued. You then have a choice, you can either:
Note: You are responsible for booking your own exam. You must pass Foundation prior to taking the Practitioner examination.
Candidates may make use of the Management of Risk: Guidance for Practitioners (the Management of Risk ‘guide’), together with the ABC Guide Part A Example Techniques guidance document. No material other than the question booklet, the scenario booklet, the answer booklet and the two guides is to be used.