Equip yourself with the core techniques for managing risks to strategy, programmes, projects and operations in the workplace on this M_o_R® Foundation course. M_o_R® is a Registered Trade Mark of AXELOS Limited
The M_o_R® (Management of Risk) Foundation course, is one of five M_o_R® training courses. Over three days you will be provided with a generic framework for the management of risk across all parts of an organisation. This risk management course you will show you how to measure, assess and manage risk and help you manage the risk by avoiding it, transferring it and reducing the impact of the risk. This M_o_R® Foundation course will provide an understanding of the 4 elements of the M_o_R® business framework and how these aid corporate governance. These four elements are:
M_o_R Training & Exams provided through ATO SPOCE Project Management Ltd.
The key objectives of this course are:
This course is for any organisation or individual with an interest in risk management or requiring guidance on a controlled approach to identifying, assessing and controlling risks within an organisations' environment. The Foundation certification is recommended for:
By achieving this M_o_R® Foundation certification you will have the ability to prove that you have adequate knowledge and understanding to be able to contribute to the identification, assessment and regulation of risks in an organisation. You will be provided with bigger and better opportunities to accelerate your career and reach your potential.
It is recommended that you complete some exercises prior to attending the course. These include
For in-company or private training please request a quote
M_o_R® Foundation Training
Price Starting From
£874.00 + VAT
This course can be run in-company anywhere in the world & we can tailor the content to focus on your requirements.
Any organisation or individual seeing the need for guidance on a controlled approach to identifying, analysing and managing risk at strategic, programme, project and operational levels.
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