Risk is the exposure to consequences of uncertainty. In project, a risk can be almost any undesirable event associated with the work. It includes possibility of loss or gain, or variation from a desired or planned outcome, as a consequence of the uncertainty associated with following a particular course of action. The purpose of this course is to understand how to manage project risk by minimizing the risks of not achieving the objectives of the project and the stakeholders with an interest in it, and identifying and taking advantages of opportunities.
The course will provide you with the tools, techniques, and practices that you can use to effectively managing project risks. Participants will:
- Understand the project risk management best practices
- Learn how to develop project risk management plan, develop RBS, and identify risks
- Practice on how to undertake project risk analysis (qualitative and quantitative)
- Master how to develop risk response strategies against threats and opportunities
- Prepare successfully for the PMI-RMP® exam to become project risk management professional
Who Should Attend?
Project managers, team members, project engineers, design engineers, project leaders, industrial engineers, program managers, programmer, designer, business analysts, architect, testers, quality assurance, SW consultants, functional managers, information technology professionals, risk analysts, project controls, and the project audit specialists.
- Comprehensive Course-In-Book Training Study Slides
- Valuable Text Book in Project Risk Management
- Completion Certificate (35 Contact Hours)