Risk is inherent in everything that we do and it's therefore no surprise that risk management holds a high level of importance within project management. Risk management is not an optional activity in the project; risk management is essential to successful project management.
Risk management is how to handle the uncertain future events that may affect the project in order to minimize the bad or negative impact on the project and to increase and enhance the positive effect on the project
This course offers an detailed information and knowledge of project risk and risk management, its objective is to prepare students for the PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMPSM) certification exam offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI).
By the end of the course the learners will be able to:
- Describe the risk management process.
- Apply risk management techniques to real-world projects.
- Explain to others why risk management is so important.
- Speed up their risk management efforts.
- Use internationally-recognized Tricks of the Trade®for managing project risks.
- Apply risk management techniques to determine the true cost and schedule for a project.
- Save time and money on projects while still in the project planning stage.
- Demonstrate the impact of successful projects to the organization.
- Interpret the risk management section of thePMBOK®Guidefor everyday use.
- Avoid common risk management pitfalls.
- Use common project management terminology.
- Be more focused and proactive about preventing problems, rather than just dealing with them as they occur.
I. Introduction and basic concepts
- What is risk, and project risk management?
- Risk management certificate requirement
- Risk management exam
2. Risk Communication
- Basic concepts of Human resource management and communication
- Conflict management
- Motivation d. Leadership
- Stakeholder management
3. Risk Analysis
- Risk identification
- Creating risk register
- Qualitative risk analysis (concepts, and tools and techniques)
- Quantitative risk analysis (concepts, and tools and techniques)
4. Risk Response
- Strategies for positive risks
- Strategies for negative risks
- Develop contingency plan
5. Risk Governance
- Creating risk management plan
- Communication with stakeholders’
- Controlling risks
- Perform trend analysis
- Updating risk register
6. PMI-RMP simulation exam
Individuals interested in learning the fundamentals of managing risk, or individuals preparing for the PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) certification exam, project managers, project team members, functional managers
No prerequisites needed.