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MOR® - Management of Risk Practitioner Certificate 2 Day course
All MoR Practitioners should be re-registered within 3-5 calendar years of their original certification (failure to pass the Re-registration Examination after 5 calendar years as a Registered Practitioner will result in withdrawal of your registered status).
This Re-Registration comprises a 1-hour examination set at the same standard as the Practitioner examination. If you have taken the MoR Practitioner certification since October 2000 you have agreed, or are agreeing, to this requirement as part of your initial application and so are now designated as Registered Practitioners.
Practitioners certified prior to October 2000 have the opportunity to take the re-registration examination in order to demonstrate their commitment to professional development. Those who qualified after January 2001 or have voluntarily undertaken the re-registration certification are designated as Registered Practitioners, which enables employers and prospective employers to be confident with their recency of knowledge and commitment to Continuing Professional Development.
Learn a structured approach to Risk management
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The event is recommended for those people who are already registered at MoR® Practitioner level and who need to renew their official registration.
This course will be delivered through Insights, an Axelos accredited training organisation.