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Management of Risk (M_o_R)

Practitioner certificate

This certificate explains the relationship between the four elements of the M_o_R framework. Candidates will learn how to apply the principles, approach, processes and techniques to tailor M_o_R effectively within an organisation environment supporting M_o_R.

Who is this aimed at?

Anyone working within a corporate governance environment who has responsibilities for identifying, assessing, planning, or managing risks, or reporting on risk management activities across the organisation.

What are the entry requirements?

Foundation certificate in M_o_R.

What format is the exam?

  • Three hour ‘open book’ (official book only). Please note that the candidates can take the following materials into the exam: Management of Risk: Guidance for Practitioners (the Management of Risk 'guide'), published by TSO, Guidance document ABC Guide - Part A Example Techniques.
  • Objective testing
  • Four questions per paper
  • Pass mark is 50% (40/80)

Where can I take the exam?

Option 1: With an accredited training provider

Option 2: At a public sitting (exam only):

Venue: BCS London Office
Price: £285 (ex VAT)
Register: To book this exam please contact us online or call +44 (0) 1793 417655

Where can I read more?

You can read more in the syllabus.

Check your knowledge with this sample scenario paper.

What can I do next?

You may want to consider other practitioner level certification in Project Management, such as MoP.

How do I re-register my practitioner status?

All M_o_R practitioners should be re-registered within 3-5 calendar years of their original certification.

The Re-registration examination is 90 minutes and contains two questions. The total number of awarded marks is 40 with a 50% pass mark (20/40)

Venue: BCS London Office
Fee: £165 (ex VAT)
Register: Book now

M_o_R® is a Registered Trade Mark of AXELOS Limited.

This qualification is not regulated by the following United Kingdom Regulators - Ofqual, Qualification in Wales, CCEA or SQA.