Getting ready for the certification: PMI-RMP®

Getting ready for the certification: PMI-RMP®

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35,0 PDUs (Technical)

The PMI-RMP® (Risk Management Professional) certification is the Project Management Institute’s (PMI®) proof of competence for project risk managers. In this seminar you will gain a deep understanding of the internationally recognised Project Management Institute (PMI®) standard in the area of project risk management and receive important tips and tricks on how to successfully pass the difficult PMI-RMP® exam.

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Beschreibung

In the course of the further development of professional project management, PMI® has recognised the demand for a proof of competence for the professional project risk manager and with the PMI-RMP® certification has set a globally recognised, uniform standard for professional project risk management.

The certificate attests to experience in project risk management as well as a deep understanding and knowledge of PMI® Project Management “Best Practices” in risk management.

The certificate is a valuable proof of competence for project risk managers, project managers, programme managers, project portfolio managers and PMO managers.

Please note that this seminar requires a very good knowledge and understanding of the PMBOK® Guide and the content of the PMP® Preparation Seminar.

 

Content

Introduction

Information on application and registration Information on the PMI-RMP®-Exam

Overview

Context and objective of risk management in projects Organisational requirements for project and project risk management PMI®‘s risk management processes Definitions and delimitations of terms

Preparation of the planning

Necessary information about the project and project environment Project mission Stakeholders Processes and outputs of the other knowledge areas Lessons learned Risk taking in project constraints

Risk management planning

Project organisation, PMO and Risk management organisation Roles and responsibilities Risk management activities Risk management plan

Risk identification

Benefits and objectives Stakeholder involvement Methods and techniques of risk identification Risk documentation   Risk register

Qualitative Risk Analysis

Benefits and objectives Planning and delimitation Verification of assumptions Assessment of probability and impact Classification and prioritisation Documentation of results

Quantitative Risk Analysis

Benefits and objectives Methods and techniques for estimating and calculating probability and impact Modelling and simulation methods “Watch list” of less critical risks Risk exposure of the project

Risk Management Measures

Benefits and objectives Measures and approach Involvement of experts Residual risks Risk owners Surcharges and reserves Alternative plans Secondary risks Contracts Documentation

Risk Monitoring and Management

Benefits and objectives Implementing, monitoring and controlling risk management measures Monitoring and managing surcharges and reserves Setting up and implementing contingency measures Audits and checks Analysis of the completion value Risk communication Risk reports Lessons learned Documentation

Risk Governance

Benefits and objectives Roles and responsibilities Standards, processes and practice Knowledge management

Exam Preparation

Tips and tricks Test exams

 

Objectives

  • You are familiar with the (sub)processes, term definitions and delimitations of project risk management.
  • You know how risk planning, risk identification and quantitative and qualitative risk analysis are carried out and are familiar with the documents, processes and methods required for this.
  • You are able to plan risk measures and to monitor and control them throughout the project.
  • You know responsibilities and roles in relation to project risk management as well as risk governance standards.
  • You are optimally prepared for the PMI-RMP® examination and know how to register for it.

 

IMPORTANT:

1. The official requirements for the participation in this preparation course according to PMI® can be read here

2. Since the PMI-RMP® certification is taken in English, all seminar documents are also in English

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