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Project Management Series - Risk Management CBT Training
This risk management course teaches users the knowledge, skills, and strategies necessary to effectively determine, manage, and lessen project risks. Additionally, this course covers effective methods for communicating risks to colleagues.
This course was developed for project managers with intermediate or extensive experience. Students obtain 7 PDU/Contact Hours after completing it.
- 3 DVDs that offer expert-led training sessions that contain video, audio, and review quizzes
- 7 PDU/Contact Hours after completing this course
- 1 year upgrade for free
Martin VanDerSchouw, PMP is the CEO and President of LookingGlass Development, LLC., a leading project management consulting and training firm. He previously sat on the Board of Directors at the Project Management Institute, served as its Secretary Treasurer, and chaired its External Relations and Involvement and Performance Oversight Committees. The Denver Business Journal named Martin as a Top 40 under 40, and the Project Management Institute awarded him its Business Leader of the Year award in 2004. He frequently speaks at conventions about project, performance, and risk management, and leadership. Martin currently serves as the Colorado State Commissioner for Information Management. He's responsible for supervising every IT project exceeding $500,000.
The organized and effective structure enables users to browse through hours of comprehensive content rapidly and with ease.
PowerPoint presentations improve instruction by displaying all types of information for users. They can better comprehend material by viewing graphs, definitions, charts, etc.
Move ahead, review, or repeat previous topics and sections. A progress bar monitors progress as you complete exercises.
Full Motion Video
Every course offers full-motion videos of classroom instruction. It's as if you're sitting in a classroom. Our one of a kind delivery mimics a one-on-one classroom setting for more personalized educational experiences.
Every section contains a review quiz to assist and enhance learning by testing whether students comprehend course concepts before moving forward.
Every course resumes where you finished during the previous session in case you forget where you stopped.
Certificate of Completion
We are internationally recognized for our technology-centered IT training programs. Once you finish a program, you'll receive a Certificate of Completion.
PMBOK Guide Knowledge Areas
The PMI-RMP Process
The PMI-RMP Exam
The Delicate Balance
The Basic Model
Objectives of Risk Management
Objectives of Risk Management 2
Types of Risks
Attitudes Toward Risk
At an Organizational Level
The PMBOK Guide Says…
The Risk Management Plan
The Risk Management Plan 2
Plan Risk Management 11.1
Meetings and Analysis
Included in the Risk Management Plan
The PMBOK Guide Says… (Continued)
Sample Impact Matrix
Identify Risks 11.2
Who Should Be Involved in Risk Identification?
Useful Information to Begin
What Can You Do?
What Else Can You Do?
Major Result - The Risk Register
The Risk Register
Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis 11.3
Risk Score for Each Specific Risk
Risk Score for Each Specific Risk 2
Risk Score for Each Specific Risk 3
Risk Data Quality Assessment
The Risk Register Updates
Quantitative Risk Analysis 11.4
Data Gathering and Representation
Data Modeling and Simulation
The S Curve
Data Modeling - Sensitivity Analysis
Expected Monetary Value
Data Modeling - Expected Monetary Value Analysis (EMV)
Data Modeling - Decision Tree Analysis
Decision Tree Analysis
Risk Register Updates
Risk Responses Defined
Plan Risk Responses 11.5
Risk Reduction Techniques
Risk Reduction Techniques 2
Risk Reduction Techniques 3
Risk Reduction Techniques 4
Risk Register Updates
Monitor & Control Risks 11.6
Why & How
Additional Purposes 2
Received During Monitoring and Control
Tools and Techniques
Life of a Risk
What is Contract Administration? / What is a Contract?
Cost Plus Percentage of Cost (CPPC) or Fee (CPPF) / Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF)
Cost Plus Incentive Fee (CPIF) / Fixed Price Plus Incentive Fee (FPPI)
Firm Fixed Price (FFP)
Contract Type Selection
Sharing of Cost and Risk
Contract Types 2
Determining Factors (Continued)
Cost / Schedule Incentive Provisions
Contracting Sequence of Activities
Invitation for Proposals Consists of