Definition

The competence of risk management refers to the competence in taking actions to reduce the probability of a risk occurrence or to reduce the potential impact if the risk were to occur (Morris et al., 2013).

This competence can be assessed according to the following three students’ mastery levels:

Introductory level

Is scarcely able to recognize and assess risk; is not able to accept risk; feels that being able to deal with risk is not important and cannot be learned.

Intermediate level

Has a moderate ability to recognize and assess risk; is able to accept risk under certain conditions; feels that being able to deal with risk is somewhat important and be learned.

Advanced level

Has a high ability to recognize and assess risk; is able to accept risk; feels that being able to deal with risk is important and can be learned.


Tools for Assessment

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