Adopting the M_o_R approach will enable organisations to meet the risk elements of the UK Financial Reporting Council’s combined code on corporate governance, as it defines the essential building blocks to establish, develop and embed risk management as a corporate process.
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. It will allow delegates to attempt a number of OTE-style questions both in groups and individually. M_o_R covers a wide range of topics, including business continuity management, security, project/programme risk management and operational service management.
This is a two-day course leading to the M_o_R Practitioner exam on the second day.
Candidates will ideally have an understanding of risk management. Those wishing to take the M_o_R Practitioner examination must already hold the Foundation exam certificate.
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.
The course gives the delegates an opportunity to practice practitioner-style questions in preparation for the Practitioner paper by integrating the following:
The course will be of benefit to all levels of management including:
A concentrated course that requires you to complete mandatory online pre-course study, which is designed to take approximately three to four 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.
Open book paper (Only the M_o_R guidance book and part A of the ABC guidance is allowed)