The main body of the course consists of ten sessions which cover the principles, approach, processes, embedding & reviewing and perspectives of the Management of Risk guidance. The course also looks at risk health checks, the Management of Risk maturity model and risk management specialisms.
- The purpose of the M_o_R Guide
- What is risk management and why is it important?
- Corporate governance and internal control
- Where and when should risk management be applied?
- Risk specialisms
- AXELOS best practice guidance
- An overview and introduction to the structure of M_o_R
- An introduction to the principles, approach, processes, embedding and reviewing, and perspectives contained in the Management of Risk guidance
- A detailed review of the 8 principles which underpin the M_o_R guidance
- A look at the set of documentation which support the M_o_R approach, including the Risk Management policy, process guide, strategies and so on.
- The 4 main M_o_R processes of Identify, Assess, Plan and Implement, along with the process inputs, outputs, goals, tasks and techniques involved.
Embedding & Reviewing M_o_R
- This session looks at changing organisational culture, measuring the value and how to overcome the common barriers associated with the implementation of Risk Management, along with establishing opportunities for change
- The M_o_R guidance describes the context of Risk Management from 4 different organisational perspectives. These are Strategic, Programme, Project and Operational and this session looks at each in some detail.
M_o_R Health Check & Maturity Model
- M_o_R’s Health check tool, its purpose, process and framework
- An introduction to the Management of Risk maturity model, its use, composition and the benefits
- A look at some of the risk specialisms, including the management of Business continuity, Incident and crisis, Health and safety, Security and Financial risk
M_o_R Foundation Exam Technique
- How to approach the M_o_R examination
M_o_R Examination Simulator
- Featuring sample questions in the style of the M_o_R examination and timed to assist your preparation
The course takes approximately 12 hours to complete.
The course will be of benefit to all levels of management including:
- Corporate managers – responsible for corporate governance and the organisation’s overall exposure to risk
- Programme managers – responsible for risk relating to specific programmes
- Project managers – responsible for managing risk in projects
- Operational managers – responsible for risks that affect the on-going continuity of business services
- All other personnel who have an interest or responsibility for the Management of Risk within their organisation