This course covers the M_o_R® Foundation and Practitioner syllabus, including the following topics:
Overview of Corporate Governance and Risk – Introducing basic concepts and terms, the history, regulatory and legislative background of corporate governance and management of risk.
Management of Risk Process Lifecycle – Examining how risks and issues are initiated and how they can be managed from start to finish. Where the M_o_R® framework can be applied.
Making It Work and Getting It Right – Looking at tips, tricks and traps in corporate governance and management of risk.
Frameworks, Tools and Techniques – An overview of the different ways that a framework can be implemented as well as providing a good foundation for understanding the tools, process and techniques that are used in risk management.
Budgets, Finance – Management of Risk – Examining the financial aspects of management of risk, how it should be budgeted, how it fits with financial risk and cost benefit analysis.
Communicating and Training; Risk Awareness – How a risk communication strategy could be set up, modified or run; how to get buy-in and ownership of risk; what it means to be a risk owner; how to develop staff awareness.
Measurement, Control and Reporting – The best way to use risk assessment and management tools, as well as how to monitor progress; ways to use the tools to encourage innovation; facilitate auditing; risk reporting.
Support Function for the Management of Risk within a Programme and/or Project – An overview of the extent and level at which corporate governance and management of risk should be applied throughout a programme, project or project office process. Also management of risk for resourcing, tendering and the procurement process; service level agreements and value chains.
Practical Work - Specially written scenarios and comprehensive sets of related tasks help provide a practical application of the method.