Risk Management Professional

Course Title: Risk Management Professional
Awarded By: Project Management Institute
Course Category: Project Management
Course Duration: 30 Hours


Course Aim

This course, aligned with the PMI standards, provides the participants with the knowledge to identify, assess, quantify and prepare response plans for managing project risks to deliver projects that meet stakeholders
expectations.

The course helps the participants to:
Prepare for the PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) exam Understand the risk management process in accordance to the PMBOK Guide

 

Target Audience

It is suitable to individuals engaged in project Risk Management activity such as Risk managers, Project managers, Line managers, or other Project Management team members.

 

Course Outline

This course will cover the following key topics:

  • General Introduction
  • Overview of the RMP Certification
  • Project, Portfolio and Programs
  • Risk in Projects, Portfolio, and Programs
  • Risks inside the organization
    • Introduction to Risk
    • Risk Taking or Risk Averse
    • Risk Tolerance
    • Strategic Risk
    • Risk Management Plan
    • Risk Breakdown Structure
  • PMI Risk Management Processes – in-depth
  • Planning in Risk Management
  • Identifying Risks
  • Performing Quantitative & Qualitative Risk Analysis
  • Plan Risk Responses
  • Monitoring and Controlling Risks

 

Learning Outcome

At the end of this course students will be able to:

  1. To prepare for the PMI Project Risk Management Professional Certification Exam
  2. Describe Risk Management Processes as defined in the PMI PMBOK Guide
  3. Use recognized Risk Management tools and techniques to determine the impact of risk on the project cost and schedule
  4.  Use globally recognized best practices for managing project risks
  5. Use common Risk Management terminology
  6.  Demonstrate the impact of successful Risk Management to the organization
  7. Have a practical set of self-study material for (PMI-RMP)
  8. certification Exam preparation
  9. Be more proactive than reactive and concerned about preventing problems than correcting consequences