Duration:4 Days A$3995

(Ex-GST and Includes Exam)

Program Overview

Management of Risk (M_o_R) provides new guidance on risk which can be used across an organization. Within project and programme environments, there will always be risks which need to be identified, analyzed, and managed. Other areas of an organization will also be exposed to risks as operational functions are carried out. M_o_R provides guidance on how best to deal with this

The goal of this course is to provide participants with an in-depth knowledge of the use and techniques of the M_o_R risk management method, as laid out in the guide “Management of Risk: Guidance for Practitioners”, and to prepare them to take and pass the Practitioner exam on the second day. This course is delivered using the latest 2017 M_o_R manual and syllabus.

Austech offers accredited learning for the M_o_R certification via online and blended learning solutions and a full public schedule of high-quality classroom training. Alternatively, if you have a group who require training we can arrange M_o_R learning solutions at a venue of your choice.

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What will you learn?

By the end of this course candidate will able to 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
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 attending your course, there will also be some examination preparation evening work.


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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.