M_o_R Course

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MoR Foundation & Practitioner course will equip you with a detailed knowledge of the MoR Framework; it also lays a firm foundation for you to apply the MoR guidance to strategy, programs, projects and operations in the workplace. We will inspire your ability in the working atmosphere and help you to familiarize yourself to the MoR outline and how this can be used in the business environment. Our MoR Combined Foundation & Practitioner course also includes some hands-on exercises to ensure that the theory is implanted and that you feel confident in the practical application of MoR. MoR is becoming increasingly evident that to support and complement both of these approaches; organizations require a professional, well-structured approach to The Management of Risk (MoR ).

Awareness of how risk is managed is essential when making informed decisions about change initiatives that will improve your organization's performance. Efficient management of risk is critical to organizational success at all levels. The MoR guidance covers a broad range of topics; including business continuity management, security, project/program risk management and operational facility management. These questions need to be placed into the context of an organizational framework for the Management of Risk. Some related subjects such as security are highly specialized, and the MoR guidance only provides an overview of such aspects.

Exam Duration: 3 Hours

  • Open book
  • This exam includes 4 Section (1 for each perspective)
  • Each section contain 20 individual questions giving total 80 questions in this exam
  • Pass marks for this exam 50%


  • Risk Managers
  • Project Manager
  • Auditor

Skills Gained

  • Increase the position of Risk Specialisations
  • Strategy an approach to risk management to improve performance
  • Classify opportunities and ways to recover Risk Management
  • Establish current practices using MOR health check and maturity model
  • Know the principles for the development of good risk management practices
  • Find and assess risks, then plan and implement risk replies
  • Describe the terminology that is used within MoR
  • Illuminate the terminology that is used within MoR
  • Understand the importance of Risk Specialisms
  • Recognise the principles of the development of good risk management performs
  • Establish current shows using MOR health check and development model
  • Identify occasions and ways to improve Risk Management
  • Detect and assess risks, then plan and implement risk responses
  • Design an approach to risk management to improve performance
  • Understand the relationships between the four elements of the MoR framework
  • Be able to apply the principles, approach, processes and techniques
  • Be able to review and make recommendations to embed the MoR framework
  • Be able to create and assess any of the MoR framework documents


MoR Foundation course has no specific prerequisites. However, it is expected that the delegates should have some working experience in an Operational or Programme, Project environment before attending the MoR Foundation and Practitioner course. Participants must pass the Foundation exam during the course to then take the Practitioner exam on the final day.


MoR principles

  • Aligns with objectives
  • Fits the context
  • Provides clear guidance
  • Informs decision making
  • Engages stakeholders
  • Facilitates continual improvement
  • Achieves measurable value
  • Creates a supportive culture

MoR Approach

  • Risk Management Policy
  • Process Guide
  • Strategies
  • Risk Register
  • Issue Register
  • Risk Response Plan
  • Risk Improvement Plan
  • Risk Reports
  • Risk Communication Plan
  • MoR Process

MoR Perspectives

  • Strategic
  • Programme
  • Project
  • Operational

Embedding and Reviewing MoR

  • Changing the culture for risk management
  • Overcoming typical process barriers
  • Identifying and establishing opportunities for change
  • Health check
  • Risk management maturity model
  • Measuring the value of risk management
  • Embedding the principles

An overview will be given on the Risk Management environment and MoR framework.

  • What is Risk
  • When and why it is required to do Risk Management
  • Risk Management's involvement in Corporate Governance and centre control

MoR Principle's importance for:

  • Line up with goals
  • Fitting the context
  • Engaging sponsors
  • Offering clear guidance
  • Updating decision making
  • Facilitation of continual improvement
  • Creating a supportive culture
  • Achieving measurable value

MoR process which is categori s ed into four main steps which are

  • Identifying
  • Assessing
  • Planning
  • Implementing

MoR Approach & Support Documents:

  • Program

Implanting and Reviewing MoR

  • Modify the culture for risk management

MoR Foundation


  • The purpose of the MoR Escort
  • Risk Details
  • Management be applied
  • Global Best Practice guidance
  • Corporate Governance and Core Control
  • Where and when should Risk

MoR Practitioner

  • MoR Principles
  • MoR Approach
  • MoR Process and associated techniques
  • Embed and Review
  • Risk Perspectives
  • Health check and Maturity Models
  • Risk Management Specialisms
  • MoR principles, terminology and methods
  • MoR framework, tools and techniques
  • Business steadiness management
  • Risk process lifecycle
  • These topics are placed in the setting of an organisational framework for the management of risk
  • Security, programme/project risk management and effective service management
  • Overview of Corporate Governance and the Management of Risk

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