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Training Course: Risk Management Professional (RMP)


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MA234593

7 - 18 Jun 2020

Istanbul (Turkey)

Hotel : Radisson Blu Hotel, Istanbul Sisli

Cost : 6750 EUR

Introduction

The overall aim of this course is to prepare participants for the Risk Management Professional (RMP) certification. Additionally, participants will be able to develop project risk management plans and risk registers. The course also aims at assisting participants in performing qualitative and quantitative assessments for developing appropriate risk responses. In line with the above, participants will devise key performance indicators for monitoring and controlling project risks.

Course Objectives:

  • Review the RMP exam requirements and application process
  • Define several risk key terms and develop a solid framework of risk management
  • Plan risk management and manage the risk register
  • Identify project risks using different techniques
  • Evaluate qualitatively the identified project risks
  • Estimate quantitatively the overall effect of risk on the objectives of the project
  • Develop effective response actions that are appropriate to the priority of the project risks
  • Review and control project risks through reassessments and audits
  • Identify the leadership and communication competencies related to risk management

Target Audience:

Risk managers, project managers, and members of project offices, project sponsors, functional managers, senior management and individuals interested in RMP certification. This course is worth 30 Professional Development Units (PDUs).

Target Competencies:

 

  • Risk reviewing
  • Risk planning
  • Motivating
  • Risk identifying
  • Leading
  • Risk assessing
  • Communicating

Course Outline:

Day (1) PMI-RMP credential overview

  • The Project Management Institute (PMI)
  • Credential overview
  • Application process
  • Exam overview
  • Questions format

Day (2) Introduction to project risk

  • PMBOK guide review
  • Defining and classifying risk
  • Approach to risk management
  • Risk management critical success factors
  • Project risk management processes

Planning risk management

  • Steps to generating the risk management plan
  • Planning meeting and analysis
  • Risk register contents
  • Risk register update cycle
  • Managing the risk register

Day (3) Identifying risks

  • Information gathering techniques
  • Diagramming techniques
  • Analysis techniques
  • Seven basic tools of quality

Performing qualitative risk analysis

  • Risk probability and impact assessment
  • Risk probability and impact matrix
  • Risk data quality assessment
  • Risk categorization
  • Risk urgency assessment

Day (4) Performing quantitative risk analysis

  • Interviewing and understanding standard deviation
  • Probability distributions
  • Sensitivity analysis
  • Expected monetary value analysis
  • Decision tree analysis

Planning risk responses

  • Risk response strategies
  • Contingency response strategy
  • Types of reserves
  • Fallback plan

Day (5) Monitoring and controlling risks

  • Risk reassessment
  • Risk audits
  • Variance and trend analysis
  • Earned value management
  • Reserve analysis

Risk communication and leadership

  • Risk communication process
  • General management and Leadership styles
  • Motivational and management theories
  • Conflict management

Management

Training Course: Risk Management Professional (RMP)


Register Now
Quick Inquiry
Discount Group Download Brochure  

MA234593

7 - 18 Jun 2020

Istanbul (Turkey) - Radisson Blu Hotel, Istanbul Sisli

Hotel : Radisson Blu Hotel, Istanbul Sisli

Cost: 6750 EUR


  About Istanbul

Few places compare to the vibrant, cosmopolitan city of Istanbul, whose enormous size straddles both Europe and Asia, forming a bridge between western and eastern cultures. Resting upon the natural harbor of the Golden Horn, the skyline of the once-Constantinople is pierced with minarets and ancient monuments that embody centuries of history. While it is brimming with historical landmarks and colorful markets, modern Istanbul is also well represented through its contemporary art scene, European-style café culture, world-class dining venues.


  Things to do and places to visit in Istanbul

Istanbul is teeming with attractions and landmarks from historic sights and unique cuisine to lively markets and unmistakable culture. It is a thriving city, with a myriad of things to do that skillfully manage to blend every aspect of both the contemporary and the historical world.

On a city break in Istanbul be sure to:

  • Visit a hammam, a traditional Turkish bath, whose origins date back to Roman times.
  • Marvel at the Hagia Sophia, Süleymaniye Mosque and Blue Mosque, Istanbul's most spectacular monuments that dominate the skyline.
  • Explore the Topkapi Palace Museum, one of Istanbul's most visited museums, home to over 80,000 artifacts.
  • Walk through the Basilica Cistern, an underground marvel built in the 4th century.
  • Be dazzled by the Grand Bazaar, one of the world's oldest and largest covered markets.
  • Go shopping for exotic products and Turkish delights in the Spice Bazaar.
  • Cross the bridge connecting Europe and Asia against the backdrop of the Bosphorus, or take a Bosphorus cruise.
  • Taste the diversity and flavor of Turkish cuisine.
  • Admire panoramas of the city from the Galata Tower.
  • Walk through Taksim Square, the city's dynamic square that never sleeps.
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