Duration: A$6752

(Ex-GST and Includes Exam)

Program Overview

It is now becoming increasingly evident that a well-structured approach to the Management of Risk is essential when organisations have to make informed decisions with regards to improving performance through change initiatives. The M_o_R Foundation course is based upon the ‘Management of Risk – Guidance for Practitioners’ publication and provides a best practice approach to the essential elements of risk management. The course will provide delegates with an introduction to the principles, processes and techniques used in the M_o_R approach and are covered in extended detail to enable delegates to practice the application of the guidance both during the course and after within their own organisation.

This is a three-day course leading to the M_o_R Foundation examination. There are some pre-course reading and activities to complete which will be sent prior to the event. During the event, there will be some examination preparation evening work to complete.

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What will you learn?

  • M_o_R principles
  • M_o_R processes
  • M_o_R tools & techniques
  • Corporate governance
  • Risk process lifecycle
  • Risk management framework
  • Business continuity
  • Safety and security
  • Creating the culture
  • Costs and benefits
  • Measurement, control & reporting
  • Principles, perspectives, and techniques underlying a structured approach to the assessment and management of risks
  • M_o_R process
  • Preparation and practice for the Practitioner exam
Please note: To assist your learning there is some pre-course reading and activities that must be completed prior to attending your course. In addition whilst


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Who Should Attend

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.