RiskPM - Project Risk Management

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Who the course is for:

  • Project Managers
  • Team Leaders
  • Project Team Members

 

Course objectives:

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Use a practical, eight-step process to manage project risk
  • Identify threats and opportunities and weigh their relative value in your project
  • Control multiple risks using concise strategies
  • Overcome psychological barriers to risk in stakeholders and team members
  • Make risk and opportunity integral components of your next project plan

Benefits:

  • Useful and readily applicable tools
  • Consistent professional terminology in the field of project management
  • An international expert available for consultation (during and after the training course)
  • Sharing experience with other participants and opportunity for business networking
  • A prestigious certificate from George Washington University
  • Improving your business English skills
  • Bilingual training materials with additional reference materials

Certification

Students will receive certyficate of course completion signed by MT&DC as PMI® Global Registered Provider.

Our courses give knowledge needed to prepere for PMP® and other PMI's exams.

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Description

Included in the course is a multi-part case study that takes you from a risk overview at the beginning of a project through the challenges of ongoing assessment and reassessment of threats and opportunities throughout the project. The course materials also include comprehensive reference materials specific to each unit of the course.

Course Topics

1. Principles and Concepts

  • a. Definition of "risk" and "uncertainty"
  • b. Definition of project risk management
  • c. Critical success factors for project risk management
  • d. Project risk management processes
  • e. Risk classification using a risk breakdown structure (RBS)
  • f. Key roles and responsibilities associated with project risk management
  • g.Typical contents of the risk register

2. Plan Risk Management

  • a. Goal of the Plan Risk Management Process
  • b. Key elements of the Plan Risk Management Process
  • c. The  idea of the Plan Risk Management Process
  • d. The role of a Risk Management Plan
  • e. Typical contents of a Risk Management Plan
  • f. Risk Acceptance
  • g. Critical Success Factors for the Plan Risk Management Process

3. Identify Risks

  • a. Goal of the Identify Risk Process
  • b. Key elements of the Identify Risk Process
  • c. The tools and techniques of the Identify Risk Process
  • d. Preparation of an effective risk statement
  • e. Risk statement format and exepmles of Risk Statements
  • f. Critical Success Factors for the Identify Risk Process

4. Perform Qualitative Risk Analyzis

  • a. Goal of the Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Process
  • b. Key elements of the Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Process
  • c. Scoring guidelines for probability and impact
  • d. How to use Scoring guidelines for probability and impact?
  • e. Performing a risk urgency assessment
  • f.  A risk register updates
  • g. Critical Success Factors for the Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Process

5. Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis

  • a. Goal of the Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Process
  • b. Key elements of the Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Process
  • c. Quantitative Risk Analysis and and modelling techniques (expect monetary value, decison trees, modelling)
  • d. Risk Register Updates
  • e. Critical Success Factors for the Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Process

6. Plan Risk Responses

  • a. Goal of the Plan Risk Responses Process
  • b. Key elements of the Plan Risk Responses Process
  • c. Strategies for responding to negative risks (Threats)
  • d. Threat movement on the probability and impact matrix
  • e. Strategies for responding to positive risks (Opportunities)
  • f. Risk Register Updates
  • g. Critical Success Factors for the Plan Risk Responses Process

7. Monitor and Control Risks

  • a. Risk Life Cycle
  • b. Goal of the Monitor and Control Risks Process
  • c. Key elements of the Monitor and Control Risks Process
  • d. Good timing for risk reassessment
  • e. Risk knowledge transfer
  • f. Critical Success Factors for the Monitor and Control Risks Process

     

 

PMBOK® Guide knowledge areas:

  • Project Time Management
  • Project Cost Management
  • Project Risk Management
  • Project Procurement Management

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