The Course

The 3-Day PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® highlights your ability to identify and assess project risks, mitigate threats and capitalize on opportunities. Both positive and negative risks are covered to enhance and protect the needs of any organization.

Gaining peculiarity as a PMI-RMP® differentiates you from other professionals and brings security and glory to your organization. High performing organizations in project management practice risk management for a handsome payoff.

If you are ready for greater recognition, the PMI-RMP® will validate your specialized expertise and help you stand out to all the stakeholders.


Course Objective

At the completion of this course, students would have learnt PMBOK® Risk Management processes, their tools and techniques, and inputs and outputs. PMI-RMP® candidates will earn 30 contact hours towards the eligibility requirement for the PMI-RMP® exam. Participants will be fully prepared to pass PMI-RMP® exam in the first attempt and in the least time after the training.

Course Deliverables

  • PMBOK®will be provided to all the participants.
  • This course will satisfy the 30 hour of training requirement for PMI-RMP®examination eligibility.
  • Students will receive Course Completion Certificate upon completion.
  • The course has practice exam questions.
  • Course material would be provided.
  • A reference book would be provided.


Course Contents

  • Introduction to Risk Management
  • Types of Risks
  • Plan Risk Management
    • Inputs, tools and techniques and outputs
    • Contents of Risk Management Plan
    • Risk Breakdown Structure
    • Probability and Impact Matrix
  • Identify Risks
    • Inputs, tools and techniques and outputs
    • Influence Diagrams, Cause and Effect Diagrams, Process flow Charts
    • Risk Register
  • Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
    • Inputs, tools and techniques and outputs
    • Risk Matrix
    • Qualitative Impact and Probability
    • Risk Score
  • Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
    • Inputs, tools and techniques and outputs
    • Data gathering and Representation Techniques
    • Probability Distributions
    • Expected Monetary Value
    • Sensitivity Analysis
    • Decision Tree
    • Modeling and Simulations
  • Plan Risk Responses
    • Strategies for Negative Risks or Threats
    • Strategies for positive risk or opportunities
  • Monitor & Control Risks
    • Risk Reassessment
    • Risk Audits
    • Variance and Trend Analysis
    • Reserve Analysis
    • Status Meetings
    • Workarounds