Project risk management is essential for successful projects. This 30-hour course will cover the complete skills needed to successfully manage project risks. This course will start with an introduction into risk management including the definition of risk, types of project risks, stakeholder risk tolerance, and risk management processes. Techniques for identifying risks will be reviewed including check lists, brainstorming, Delphi, decision tables and various diagramming.
This course includes reading assignments and practice exercises between sessions, along with practice exams to prepare attendees for the PMI-RMP exam. This extensive course will provide the requisite expertise for managing risks, along with providing the risk education needed to qualify for the PMI-RMP®, plus preparing attendees for the PMI-RMP® exam.
- 3 days Instructor led hands on classroom training
- 400+ RMP® certification test - style prep questions
- Hardcopy of handbook to delegates during the training
- Copy of the PMBOK® 5th Edition (paperback)
- Post training assistance – tips and tricks by our instructor for one month
- Training venue and location with required training facilities
- Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Snacks along with tea/coffee during classroom sessions
- Course completion certification from skillcentrics
- 30-40 PMI PDU required to apply for the RMP certification examination
The purpose of this course is to completely cover all elements of risk management. Upon course completion, participants will:
- Understand risk management processes
- Understand situational strengths and weaknesses of risk management tools & techniques to ensure best selection of particular tools
- Examine and utilize facilitation skills as a risk manager, leading a team through a project risk assessment
- Utilize a risk model to assess confidence in a proposed project plan
- Complete practice exam questions to demonstrate mastery of risk management skills and techniques
This course will benefit those serving in risk management positions as well as project, program and portfolio managers and business leaders seeking to add specific risk management skills.
• Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree, or the global equivalent)
• 4,500 hours of project risk management experience
• 40 hours of project risk management education
• Four-year degree (bachelor’s degree or the global equivalent)
• 3,000 hours of project risk management experience
• 30 hours of project risk management education