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PMI-RMP Risk Management Professional Course

The Risk Management Course empowers you to develop knowledge and skills required to clear to your PMI –RMP exam on the first attempt. Risk Management Professional (RMP®) certification demonstrates a professional’s specialization in assessing, identifying and controlling risks. This course will enable you to assess the risk velocity and help you to ascertain the route to risk mitigation by prior planning.

PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP®) is a specialized credential offered by PMI in response to the growing need of professionals who specialize in project risk management. Prepare for the PMI Risk Management Professional certification exam 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 (see Course Format below). All components of risk management will be covered including planning, identification, qualification, quantification, response planning and monitoring and controlling risks. Participants will learn to maximize the results of positive project events, and minimize the consequences of adverse events, both internal and external to the project.

All students will be supplied with customized course materials and a course workshop that will help in preparing for the exam. This workshop includes exercises and lots of sample questions that will build your confidence and raise your chances of passing the PMI-RMP Exam on your first attempt.


This course will:

  • Prepare delegates to sit for the PMI-RMP® Exam.
  • Increase the likelihood of passing from the first attempt.
  • Teach delegates about project risk management in details so they can apply it in their own work.
  • Provide an opportunity to understand the risks inherent in projects and how to plan for them.

Introduction to Risk Management Concepts

  • Objectives of risk management
  • Risk management and the project life cycle
  • Critical success factors
  • When to accept risk, and when to avoid

Principles and Concepts of Risk Management

  • Definition of risk & risk management
  • Stakeholder risk attitudes
  • Responsibilities for risk within projects

Introduction to PMI Risk Management Processes

  • Stakeholder risk tolerance
  • Overview of the risk management processes

Plan Risk Management

  • Purpose of risk management planning
  • Components of the risk management plan
  • Success criteria for risk planning
  • Barriers to successful risk planning
  • Risk Breakdown Structures (RBS)
  • Techniques for Risk Planning
  • The Risk Management Plan
  • Stakeholder Risk Tolerance & Thresholds

Identify Risks

  • Purpose, objectives & Critical success factors
  • Typifying risks
  • Risk identification techniques
  • Information Gathering Techniques
  • Checklist Analysis
  • Analyzing assumptions & constraints
  • Diagramming Techniques
  • Cause & Effect (Fishbone diagrams)
  • Risk triggers
  • The risk register
  • Determining which risk tool to use

Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis

  • Purpose, objectives & Critical success factors
  • Categorizing risks
  • Risk probability and impact, Risk score
  • P-I Matrix

Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis

  • Purpose, objectives & Critical success factors
  • Accounting for risk inter-relations in projects
  • Data Gathering & Representation techniques
  • Modeling & Simulation, Probability distribution
  • Monte Carlo Simulations, S- curves
  • Tornado diagrams, sensitivity analysis, criticality analysis
  • Decision trees
  • Risk Expected Monetary Value (EMV) calculation

Plan Risk Responses

  • Risk owners, risk action owners
  • Strategies for positive and negative risks
  • Risk & contracting
  • The risk response action plan
  • Contingency planning, calculating the contingency fund
  • Secondary & residual risks

Monitor and Control Risk

  • Risk re-assessment
  • Process improvement
  • Managing contingency reserves
  • Risk audits, trend analysis

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