Unlike the PMP® Certification Prep course which is primarily designed to help candidates pass the exam, this class is for project managers who want a comprehensive course covering all aspects of Risk Management. Participants are not required to register for the exam to attend this course. With your advanced skills in risk management, you perform a specialized function attuned to the needs of a project environment that is increasingly global, virtual and complex. The PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® highlights your ability to identify and assess project risks, mitigate threats and capitalize on opportunities. Gain and Maintain Your PMI-RMP
- The certification exam has 170 multiple-choice questions and you have 3.5 hours to complete it.
- To maintain your PMI-RMP, you must earn 30 professional development units (PDUs) in risk management topics every three years.
Prerequisites to Sit for the Exam:
- 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.
Prerequisites to Sit for the Exam:
- 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.
Prepare for the PMI® Risk Management Professional certification exam (PMI-RMP®) through this four day, instructor led course. This course offers an in-depth look at risk management through a PMI® perspective, and is delivered in a combination of lecture and hands-on learning format. In this course, you will receive a comprehensive introduction to project risk and cover the five primary exam objectives:
- Risk Strategy and Planning.
- Stakeholder Engagement.
- Risk Process Facilitation.
- Risk Monitoring and Reporting.
- Perform Specialized Risk Analysis.
Familiarity with project management concepts and working experience with project management are required. Those who have earned the PMP® credential are at a specific advantage for earning their PMI-RMP®; however, being a PMP® is not a prerequisite for attending. Working knowledge of office productivity tools is desirable but not essential. Experience with a specific project management software tool is not required. Target Student: This course will benefit anyone interested in learning the fundamentals of managing risk, and will focus on those preparing for PMI’s® certification exam and obtaining the PMI-RMP® credential. The final day will end with a full length practice exam and question review.
Course Materials Included:
- PMI-RMP® Exam Prep Course Book.
- 30-day class follow up access to OnlineSkillBuilder.com (practice questions, flashcards, forum).
Lesson 1: PMI-RMP® Credential Overview The Project Management Institute Credential Overview Individual Assessment
Lesson 2: Introduction to Project Risk What is Risk? Classifying Risk Project Environment Approach to Risk Management Project Risk Management Knowledge Area
Lesson 3: Risk Management Plan Risk Management Plan Contents Generate the Risk Management Plan
Lesson 4: Risk Register Risk Register Contents Risk Register Update Cycle Risk Register Resources Managing the Risk Register
Lesson 5: Building a Communication Foundation Risk Communication Communication Basics Communication Types Communication Methods Communication Channels Communication Theories Communications Management Plan
Lesson 6: General Management & Leadership Skills General Management Skills Interpersonal Skills Leadership Styles Conflict Management Management Theories
Lesson 7: Stakeholder Management Communicating with Stakeholders Stakeholder Needs Stakeholder Risk Tolerance Stakeholder Communication
Lesson 8: Gathering and Identifying Risks Gathering Project Risks Identify Risks: T & T
Lesson 9: Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Risk Analysis Overview Part 1 Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis: T & T Documenting Trends Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis: Output
Lesson 10: Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Risk Analysis Overview Part 2 Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis: T & T Documenting Trends Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis: Output
Lesson 11: Building and Implementing a Risk Response Plan Risk Response Overview Plan Risk Responses Risk Response Strategies Plan Risk Responses: Outputs
Lesson 12: Monitor and Control Risk Monitoring Risks Monitor and Control Risks: Inputs Monitor and Control Risks: T&T Workarounds Monitor and Control Risks: Outputs
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