PMI-RMP-Certification
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PMI’s Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)

Projects are always subjected to risks at every stage, which can seriously hamper its execution. Therefore, Project planning should be done carefully and also one should be able to identify the potential risks and take measures to reduce threats. This is where the role of Project Risk Manager comes into the picture. Project Risk Manager fills the real need of assessing, analyzing and curb risks while still maintaining a basic level of competence in project management. The PMI-RMP Certification is designed for professionals to educate on Risk Management of projects.

  • Apply risk management practices for greater competitive advantage
  • Identify and measure risks in project development and implementation
  • Quantify and create risk response strategies to deliver products that meet stakeholder expectations
  • Use a proactive and focused approach to preventing problems, rather than dealing with them once they occur
  • Increase your visibility within the company
  • Aim for greater career growth

       

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PMI’s Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)

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Catogory

Project Management

Duration Time

45 hours

Price

Rs. 2000

PMI’s Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) certification highlights your ability to identify and evaluate project risks, reduce threats and capitalize on opportunities. This course is a response to the increasing demand for specialized expertise in managing complex projects. EduInPro’s PMI-RMP certification training is aimed at individuals who work, or would like to work as a Project Risk Manager on a day to day basis and who want to pursue PMI-RMP Certification. In particular, this course is for project managers who want to master the Risk Management framework within the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). The PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) credential from the Project Management Institute, Globally recognized and demanded, the PMI-RMP fills the need for a specialist role in project risk management. It recognizes your unique expertise and competency in assessing and identifying project risks, mitigating threats and capitalizing on opportunities, while still possessing a core knowledge and practical application in all areas of project management. Risk Management Professional (RMP) is a trained professional equipped to carry out Risk Management projects, activities and help companies to minimize the impact of Risk. The PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) highlights your ability to identify and assess project risks, mitigate threats and capitalize on opportunities. In this capacity, you enhance and protect the needs of your company and help them reduce risk and enhance opportunities. Gaining distinction as a PMI-RMP sets you apart from other professionals and brings credit to your organization. The practice contributes to a handsome payoff: Companies following Risk Management Best Practices meet their goals 2.5 times more often and waste 13 times less money. If you’re ready for greater recognition, the PMI-RMP will validate your specialized expertise and help you stand out to employers, stakeholders and peers. With your advanced skills in risk management, you conduct a specialized function accommodated to the needs of a project environment that is increasingly global, virtual and complex. The PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) highlights your potential to recognize and assess project risks, mitigate threats and capitalize on opportunities. In this capacity, you intensify and protect the needs of your organization. If you're ready for greater identification, the PMI-RMP will authorize your specialized expertise and assist you to stand out to employers, stakeholders and peers.

PMI’s Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) Modules


  • Purpose and Objectives of the Monitor and Control Risks Process
  • Critical Success Factors for the Monitor and Control Risks Process
  • Integrate Risk Monitoring and Control with Project Monitoring and Control
  • Continuously Monitor Risk Trigger Conditions
  • Maintain Risk Awareness
  • Tools and Techniques for the Monitor and Control Risks Process
  • Managing Contingency Reserves
  • Tracking Trigger Conditions
  • Tracking Overall Risk
  • Tracking Compliance
  • Documenting the Results in the Monitor and Control Risks Process
  • Mitigate a Threat or Enhance an Opportunity
  • Transfer a Threat or Share an Opportunity
  • Avoid a Threat or Exploit an Opportunity
  • Risk Response Strategies
  • Develop Strategies before Tactical Responses
  • Address Both Threats and Opportunities
  • Ensure Appropriate, Timely, Effective, and Agreed-Upon Responses
  • Address the Interaction of Risks and Responses
  • Provide Resources, Budget, and Schedule for Responses
  • Specify Timing of Risk Responses
  • Communicate
  • Clearly Define Risk-Related Roles and Responsibilities
  • Critical Success Factors for the Plan Risk Responses Process
  • Purpose and Objectives of the Plan Risk Responses Process
  • Accept a Threat or an Opportunity
  • Applying Risk Response Strategies to Overall Project Risk
  • Tools and Techniques for the Plan Risk Responses Process
  • Response Identification
  • Response Selection
  • Action Planning
  • Ownership and Responsibility Assignment
  • Documenting the Results of the Plan Risk Responses Process
  • Add Risk Responses to the Risk Register
  • Add Corresponding Risk
  • Responses to the Project
  • Management Plan Review and Document Predicted Exposure
  • Documenting the Results of the Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Process
  • Information for Response Planning
  • Iterative Quantitative Risk Analysis
  • Effective Presentation of Quantitative Analysis Results
  • Data Gathering Tools
  • Quantitative Method Appropriate to Analyzing Uncertainty
  • Risk Impact Calculation
  • Comprehensive Risk Representation
  • Tools and Techniques for the Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Process
  • Interrelationships Between Risks in Quantitative Risk Analysis
  • Overall Project Risk Derived from Individual Risks
  • Unbiased Data
  • Commitment to Collecting High Quality Risk Data
  • Appropriate Project Model
  • Prior Risk Identification and Qualitative Risk Analysis
  • Critical Success Factors for the Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Process
  • Purpose and Objectives of the Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Process
  • Document the Results of the Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Process
  • Categorize Risk Causes
  • Prioritize Risks by Probability and Impact on Overall Project
  • Prioritize Risks by Probability and Impact on Specific objectives
  • Collect and Analyze Data
  • Select Risk Characteristics that Define Risks’ Importance
  • Tools and Techniques for the Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Process
  • Perform Iterative Qualitative Risk Analysis
  • Collect High-Quality Information about Risks
  • Use Agreed-Upon Definitions of Risk Terms
  • Use Agreed-Upon Approach
  • Critical Success Factors for the Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Process
  • Purpose and Objectives of the Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Process
  • Creativity Techniques
  • Documenting the Results of the Identify Risks Process
  • Current Assessments
  • Historical Review
  • Tools and Techniques for the Identify Risks Process
  • Objectivity
  • Ownership and Level of Detail
  • Complete Risk Statement
  • Multiple Perspectives
  • Risks Linked to Project Objectives
  • Explicit Identification of Opportunities
  • Comprehensive Identification
  • Emergent Identification
  • Iterative Identification
  • Early Identification
  • Critical Success Factors for the Identify Risks Process
  • Purpose and Objectives of the Identify Risks Process
  • Documenting the Results of the Plan Risk Management Process
  • Planning Sessions
  • Tools and Techniques for the Plan Risk Management Process
  • Comply with the Organization’s Objectives, Policies, and Practices
  • Involve Project Stakeholders in Project Risk Management
  • Identify and Address Barriers to Successful Project Risk Management
  • Critical Success Factors for the Plan Risk Management Process
  • Purpose and Objectives of the Plan Risk Management Process
  • Project Manager’s Role for Project Risk Management
  • Responsibility for Project Risk Management
  • Communication
  • Individual Risks and Overall Project Risk
  • Introduction
  • Definition of Project Risk
  • Project Risk Management Processes
  • Project Risk Management and Project Management
  • Conclusion
  • Critical Success Factors for Project Risk Management
  • Good Risk Management Practice
  • Role of Project Risk Management in Project Management
  • Project Risk Management Definition
  • Purpose of the Practice Standard for Project Risk Management

Course Outline

  • MONITOR AND CONTROL RISKS
    • Purpose and Objectives of the Monitor and Control Risks Process
    • Critical Success Factors for the Monitor and Control Risks Process
    • Integrate Risk Monitoring and Control with Project Monitoring and Control
    • Continuously Monitor Risk Trigger Conditions
    • Maintain Risk Awareness
    • Tools and Techniques for the Monitor and Control Risks Process
    • Managing Contingency Reserves
    • Tracking Trigger Conditions
    • Tracking Overall Risk
    • Tracking Compliance
    • Documenting the Results in the Monitor and Control Risks Process
  • PLAN RISK RESPONSES
    • Mitigate a Threat or Enhance an Opportunity
    • Transfer a Threat or Share an Opportunity
    • Avoid a Threat or Exploit an Opportunity
    • Risk Response Strategies
    • Develop Strategies before Tactical Responses
    • Address Both Threats and Opportunities
    • Ensure Appropriate, Timely, Effective, and Agreed-Upon Responses
    • Address the Interaction of Risks and Responses
    • Provide Resources, Budget, and Schedule for Responses
    • Specify Timing of Risk Responses
    • Communicate
    • Clearly Define Risk-Related Roles and Responsibilities
    • Critical Success Factors for the Plan Risk Responses Process
    • Purpose and Objectives of the Plan Risk Responses Process
    • Accept a Threat or an Opportunity
    • Applying Risk Response Strategies to Overall Project Risk
    • Tools and Techniques for the Plan Risk Responses Process
    • Response Identification
    • Response Selection
    • Action Planning
    • Ownership and Responsibility Assignment
    • Documenting the Results of the Plan Risk Responses Process
    • Add Risk Responses to the Risk Register
    • Add Corresponding Risk
    • Responses to the Project
    • Management Plan Review and Document Predicted Exposure
  • PERFORM QUANTITATIVE RISK ANALYSIS
    • Documenting the Results of the Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Process
    • Information for Response Planning
    • Iterative Quantitative Risk Analysis
    • Effective Presentation of Quantitative Analysis Results
    • Data Gathering Tools
    • Quantitative Method Appropriate to Analyzing Uncertainty
    • Risk Impact Calculation
    • Comprehensive Risk Representation
    • Tools and Techniques for the Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Process
    • Interrelationships Between Risks in Quantitative Risk Analysis
    • Overall Project Risk Derived from Individual Risks
    • Unbiased Data
    • Commitment to Collecting High Quality Risk Data
    • Appropriate Project Model
    • Prior Risk Identification and Qualitative Risk Analysis
    • Critical Success Factors for the Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Process
    • Purpose and Objectives of the Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Process
  • PERFORM QUALITATIVE RISK ANALYSIS
    • Document the Results of the Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Process
    • Categorize Risk Causes
    • Prioritize Risks by Probability and Impact on Overall Project
    • Prioritize Risks by Probability and Impact on Specific objectives
    • Collect and Analyze Data
    • Select Risk Characteristics that Define Risks’ Importance
    • Tools and Techniques for the Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Process
    • Perform Iterative Qualitative Risk Analysis
    • Collect High-Quality Information about Risks
    • Use Agreed-Upon Definitions of Risk Terms
    • Use Agreed-Upon Approach
    • Critical Success Factors for the Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Process
    • Purpose and Objectives of the Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Process
  • IDENTIFY RISKS
    • Creativity Techniques
    • Documenting the Results of the Identify Risks Process
    • Current Assessments
    • Historical Review
    • Tools and Techniques for the Identify Risks Process
    • Objectivity
    • Ownership and Level of Detail
    • Complete Risk Statement
    • Multiple Perspectives
    • Risks Linked to Project Objectives
    • Explicit Identification of Opportunities
    • Comprehensive Identification
    • Emergent Identification
    • Iterative Identification
    • Early Identification
    • Critical Success Factors for the Identify Risks Process
    • Purpose and Objectives of the Identify Risks Process
  • PLAN RISK MANAGEMENT
    • Documenting the Results of the Plan Risk Management Process
    • Planning Sessions
    • Tools and Techniques for the Plan Risk Management Process
    • Comply with the Organization’s Objectives, Policies, and Practices
    • Involve Project Stakeholders in Project Risk Management
    • Identify and Address Barriers to Successful Project Risk Management
    • Critical Success Factors for the Plan Risk Management Process
    • Purpose and Objectives of the Plan Risk Management Process
  • PRINCIPLES AND CONCEPTS
    • Project Manager’s Role for Project Risk Management
    • Responsibility for Project Risk Management
    • Communication
    • Individual Risks and Overall Project Risk
    • Introduction
    • Definition of Project Risk
  • INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESSES
    • Project Risk Management Processes
    • Project Risk Management and Project Management
  • INTRODUCTION
    • Conclusion
    • Critical Success Factors for Project Risk Management
    • Good Risk Management Practice
    • Role of Project Risk Management in Project Management
    • Project Risk Management Definition
    • Purpose of the Practice Standard for Project Risk Management

What do I need to do to unlock my Eduinpro certificate?

Online Classroom:

  • Attend one complete batch
  • Successful completion and evaluation of any one of the given projects

Online Self-learning:

  • Complete 85% of the course
  • Successful completion and evaluation of any one of the given projects

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PMI-RMP is a 170-question, multiple-choice test.
Projects are always subjected to risks at every stage, which can seriously hamper its execution. Therefore, Project planning should be done carefully and also one should be able to identify the potential risks and take measures to reduce threats. This is where the role of Project Risk Manager comes into the picture. Project Risk Manager fills the real need of assessing, analyzing and curb risks while still maintaining a basic level of competence in project management. The PMI-RMP Certification is designed for professionals to educate on Risk Management of projects. The PMI-RMP credentialrecognizes a Risk Manager’s expertise in identifying project risks and mitigating threats while making the best of available opportunities. It also certifies that you have basic knowledge and skills in all areas of project management.
• As part of PMI’s Continuing Certification Requirements program, a PMI-RMP credential holder will need to earn 30 PDUs in the specialized area of project risk management per three-year cycle. • You can take part in professional development and learning activities to earn Professional Development Units (PDUs), thus fulfilling the continuing certification requirements and ultimately growing and developing as a practitioner.
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