Management of Risk (MoR®) Foundation
The importance of managing risk in projects
All organisations will benefit from being more aware of risk and putting measures in place to monitor and control it. However, this course is offered as part of the project and programme management portfolio because projects and programmes are usually more risky than 'business as usual'.
Management of Risk (MoR) provides guidance that organisations can use to help them take informed decisions about the risks they face. It can help organisations identify, assess and control risks and put in place effective frameworks for making informed decisions. .
Is this course for you?
Although there are no prerequisites for this course, it is often chosen by people that already have PRINCE2 or MSP under their belts. However, this course will be useful for anyone with an interest in risk, whether it is at the strategic or operational levels.
Accreditation / Qualification(s) offered
Successfully passing the exam will result in you being awarded the MoR Foundation qualification.
AXELOS’ certifications are globally recognised and highly sought after by potential employers.
What this course includes
This price includes course and exam registration, course materials, the official Management of Risk: Guidance for Practitioners textbook from AXELOS and, on passing the exam, an official MoR Foundation certificate from the examining body, PeopleCert.
MoR® is a (registered) Trade Mark of AXELOS Limited. All rights reserved.
Duration: 3 days
- Register your interest
MoR Foundation is a 3 day introduction to the framework's Principles, Perspectives, Approach and Procedure for managing risk.
Learners will look at the various management products that MoR recommends an organisation to use, and discuss ways to respond to different risks.
There is a one hour multiple choice exam at the end of the 3rd day.
While pre-reading is recommended, the course assumes no previous knowledge or experience.
On completion of the course, learners will have a better understanding of current best practice around the management of risk. They will be able to suggest ways in which their organisation can improve their current risk management practices.
Once they have the Foundation certificate, learners usually go onto the Practitioner course.