PMI’s Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® credential is a solution to project management’s increasing growth, complexity and diversity. 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.
Globally recognized and demanded, the RMP credential demonstrates to employers, clients and colleagues that a Risk manager possesses Risk management knowledge, experience and skills to bring Risks to successful completion.
As the demand for skilled Risk managers is at a critically urgent level, practitioners who hold the RMP credential are well positioned to provide the professional skills necessary to lead Risk teams and achieve successful Risk results.
The RMP recognizes the competence of an individual to perform in the role of a Risk manager, specifically experience in leading and directing Risks. Year after year, the RMP credential has garnered global recognition and commanded a higher salary for credentialed individuals over non-credentialed individuals. PMI’s Risk Management Professional (RMP) ® credential is the most important industry-recognized certification for Risk managers. Globally recognized and demanded, the RMP® demonstrates that you have the experience, education and competency to lead and direct Risks.
This recognition is seen through increased marketability to employers and higher salary; according to the PMI
Plan Risk Management
- Purpose and Objectives of the Plan Risk Management Process
- Critical Success Factors for the Plan Risk Management Process
- Identify and Address Barriers to Successful Project Risk Management
- Involve Project Stakeholders in Project Risk Management
- Comply with the Organization’s Objectives, Policies, and Practices
- Tools and Techniques for the Plan Risk Management Process
- Documenting the Results of the Plan Risk Management Process
- Purpose and Objectives of the Identify Risks Process
- Critical Success Factors for the Identify Risks Process
- Early Identification
- Iterative Identification
- Comprehensive Identification
- Explicit Identification of Opportunities
- Multiple Perspectives
- Risks Linked to Project Objectives
- Tools and Techniques for the Identify Risks Process
Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
- Purpose and Objectives of the Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Process
- Critical Success Factors for the Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Process
- Use Agreed-Upon Definitions of Risk Terms
- Collect High-Quality Information about Risks
- Perform Iterative Qualitative Risk Analysis
- Tools and Techniques for the Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Process
- Prioritize Risks by Probability and Impact on Specific Objectives
- Prioritize Risks by Probability and Impact on Overall Project
- Categorize Risk Causes
Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
- Purpose and Objectives of the Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Process
- Critical Success Factors for the Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Process
- Commitment to Collecting High Quality Risk Data
- Overall Project Risk Derived from Individual Risks
- Tools and Techniques for the Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Process
- Comprehensive Risk Representation
- Risk Impact Calculation
- Quantitative Method Appropriate to Analyzing Uncertainty
- Effective Presentation of Quantitative Analysis Results
Plan Risk Responses
- Purpose and Objectives of the Plan Risk Responses Process
- Critical Success Factors for the Plan Risk Responses Process
- Provide Resources, Budget, and Schedule for Responses
- Ensure Appropriate, Timely, Effective, and Agreed-Upon Responses
- Address Both Threats and Opportunities
- Risk Response Strategies
- Avoid a Threat or Exploit an Opportunity
- Transfer a Threat or Share an Opportunity
- Mitigate a Threat or Enhance an Opportunity
- Accept a Threat or an Opportunity
- Applying Risk Response Strategies to Overall Project Risk
- Tools and Techniques for the Plan Risk Responses Process
- Response Selection
- Action Planning
- Ownership and Responsibility Assignment
Monitor and Control Risks
- Purpose and Objectives of the Monitor and Control Risks Process
- Critical Success Factors for the Monitor and Control Risks Process
- Continuously Monitor Risk Trigger Conditions
- Tools and Techniques for the Monitor and Control Risks Process
- Managing Contingency Reserves
- Tracking Trigger Conditions
- Tracking Overall Risk & Compliance
This course is aligned with the concepts of Risk Management as defined by Project Management Institute (PMI®) and is a great way to prepare for Project Management Institute - Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® exam.Upon successful completion of the course, you get 20 PMI® Approved Professional Development Units (PDU).
Students completing the course also receive a certificate of completion of the Risk Management course.
- 35 Contact Hours (Blended with Face to Face and eLearning)
- Access to eLearning - Risk Management (with 90 days validity)
RMP certification establishes a common language among Risk managers and helps each other work within a common framework.
Once you have the RMP, you need to consider how you're applying the processes, tools, and techniques to Risks. By sharing how you apply the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) framework and demonstrating that through actions, you'll build your own personal brand within the company as someone who can deliver. With each success, you should find experiences on larger Risks across programs in different business organizations. By demonstrating greater competency managing more complex Risks, you'll also be able to compete for more senior positions.
When you earn Risk Management Professional -RMP® certification through the Risk Management Institute PMI®, you’ll position yourself for the best and most lucrative job opportunities. No matter what industry you choose to work in, RMP® certification will be a huge asset as you move forward in your career. Not only does the credential itself carry prestige, but the skills and knowledge that you develop as you work towards attaining it will help you consistently deliver superior performance.
Advantages of RMP
- It provides a common vocabulary and area of knowledge from within which those involved in Risk management can communicate more efficiently and effectively.
- Growing popularity of the RMP designation, though experiencing, is, in general, a good thing as it creates more visibility for the profession.
- Unlike other certification, the PMBOK provides a general framework and body of knowledge that will stay timely for years to come and gets updated.
- ISO standardizing body to standardize the PMBOK is a testament to this.
- Finally, good Risk managers will always be good managers regardless of having or not having the three letter designation next to their name, but why not increase our marketability and edge you gain by getting the certification?
Just go for it! I know the intense studying I did for it, definitely uncovered areas of Risk management I didn't really know about and the time, effort and money I put into it was definitely worth it.
The RMP recognizes demonstrated competence in leading and directing Project teams with Risk specialisation.
If you’re an experienced Risk manager looking to solidify your skills, stand out to employers and maximize your earning potential, the RMP credential is the right choice for you.
RMP Eligibility Overview
To apply for the PMI-RMP, you need to have either:
A secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree, or the global equivalent), with at least 4,500 hours of project risk management experience and 40 hours of project risk management education.
A four-year degree (bachelor’s degree or the global equivalent), with at least 3,000 hours of project risk management experience and 30 hours of project risk management education.
As part of PMI’s Continuing Certification Requirements program, a RMP credential holder will need to earn 30 PDUs per three-year cycle.
|Date||Month||City||Country||Early Bird Fees or Members of associated
PMI® Chapter (SYD, MEL, QLD, ADL, NZ)
|17, 18 Aug (2 days Weekdays)
PMI® member (20% Discount)
|August 2017||Sydney||Australia||AU$1359(Excl GST)
||AU$1,699 (Excl GST)
|24, 25 Aug (2 days Weekdays)
PMI® Melbourne member (20% Discount)
|August 2017||Melbourne||Australia||AU$1,359 (Excl GST)
||AU$1,699 (Excl GST)
|28, 29 Aug (2 days Weekdays)
PMI® Queensland member (20% Discount)
|August 2017||Brisbane||Australia||AU$1,359 (Excl GST)
||AU$1,699 (Excl GST)
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