Project Risk: Strategies for Managing Risk
There are a few questions that every project manager should ask at the beginning of a project: What do we hope to gain from this project? What kinds of things could keep that from happening? And how should we respond if those events occur? Every project involves some degree of risk. Identifying potential risks and having a plan for dealing with them can spell the difference between a project that reaches a successful conclusion and one that does not. This course covers the best practices identifying and managing risks
Note: This course is designed to assist learners in preparing for the PMI certification exam. PMBOK, PMI, PMP, CAPM are registered trademarks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
Why you should attend?
Learn about the processes for assuring and controlling risk throughout a project's lifecycle
What to expect?
All BICSI CONNECT courses require an internet-capable device and internet connection.
Java software; Windows 7 or 8; Mac OSx10.6+; Android 4.1 or later; Apple 10S 6.x, 7.x; IE 10 or later; Firefox 21 or later; Chrome 29 or later; Safari 5.1.8 or later; sound card with speakers/headphones for audio (audio not available for all courses); pop-up blockers disabled.
Who should attend?
This course is ideal for existing ICT project managers, existing project managers pursuing certification in recognition of their skills and experience, and individuals training to become accredited project managers
What will I learn?
After this course you will be able to:
- Define what is meant by project risk
- Determine how to reduce uncertainty based on three
- Identify the tools and techniques used to manage risk
during a project
- Categorize items that would be used to perform a SWOT
- Identify the questions that would be asked during an
assumption and constraint analysis
- Prioritize risks based on given probability and
- Identify the tools and techniques used to perform
qualitative and quantitative risk analyses
- Identify strategies for responding to positive and
- Distinguish between technical performance analysis
and reserve analysis measurement criteria
- Recognize appropriate risk response strategies
How long is this course?
Four-hour self-paced course with 90 days from the date of purchase to complete
Can I earn credit?
Earn 4 Continuing Education Credits (CECs) upon successfully completing this program
What is the cancellation policy?
All BICSI CONNECT courses are nonrefundable and nontransferable