Project Risk Management


Course Calendar

DateLocationFees
31 Dec 2018 - 4 Jan 2019Berlin3,800 €
21 Jan - 25 Jan 2019London3,800 €
11 Feb - 15 Feb 2019Munich3,800 €
4 Mar - 8 Mar 2019Istanbul1,500 €
25 Mar - 29 Mar 2019Munich2,800 €
15 Apr - 19 Apr 2019Prague2,800 €
6 May - 10 May 2019Manchester3,100 €
27 May - 31 May 2019Kuala Lampur1,900 €
10 Jun - 14 Jun 2019Istanbul1,500 €
1 Jul - 5 Jul 2019Hong Kong3,500 €
22 Jul - 26 Jul 2019Berlin3,800 €
5 Aug - 9 Aug 2019London3,800 €
26 Aug - 30 Aug 2019Munich3,800 €
9 Sep - 13 Sep 2019Istanbul1,500 €
23 Sep - 27 Sep 2019Munich2,800 €
7 Oct - 11 Oct 2019London3,800 €
28 Oct - 1 Nov 2019Stockholm2,800 €
11 Nov - 15 Nov 2019Munich2,800 €
2 Dec - 6 Dec 2019Paris4,500 €
23 Dec - 27 Dec 2019Dublin3,800 €
6 Jan - 10 Jan 2020Paris4,500 €
27 Jan - 31 Jan 2020Dublin3,800 €

* Price excluding VAT


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  • Project Management

Course Description

 
Why Attend
 
The overall aim of this course is to enable participants to plan, manage and control project risks. Moreover, participants will be able to develop a project risk management plan and identify project risks related to the project's triple constraints which are: scope, schedule and resources. The course also aims at assisting participants in qualifying and quantifying project risks and developing appropriate risk responses. In line with the above, participants will also design and calculate key performance indicators for monitoring and controlling project risks.
 
Course Methodology
 
The course uses a mix of interactive techniques, such as brief presentations by the consultant and the participants and group exercises. The course also includes calculations and analysis of real case studies related to project risk management.
 
Course Objectives
 
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
  • Develop project risk management plans
  • Identify project scope risks
  • Predict project schedule risks
  • Examine project resource risks
  • Apply quantitative and qualitative risk assessments
  • Plan strategies for negative and positive risks
  • Devise metrics to monitor and control project risks
 
Target Audience
 
Project risk managers, risk owners, project managers, members of project offices, project sponsors, functional managers, senior management and individuals interested in project risk management. This course is worth 30 PDUs.
 
Target Competencies
 
Planning risks
Identifying risks
Assessing risks
Evaluating responses
Monitoring risks
Reviewing risks
 
Course Outline
 
Planning risk management
 
Risk components
Project selection
Risk preferences
Project risk planning processes
Risk management plan elements
 
Identifying scope risks
 
Sources of scope risk
Scope change risks
Defining deliverables
Work breakdown structure (WBS)
Bottom-up approach
Identifying schedule risks
 
Sources of schedule risk
 
Activity definition
Estimating activity duration
Applying estimating techniques
Activity sequencing 
Identifying resource risks
Sources of resource risk
Resource planning methods
Staff acquisition
Cost estimating and cost budgeting
Managing project risks
 
Qualifying and quantifying project risks
 
Quantitative and qualitative risk analysis
Risk probability
Risk impact
Qualitative risk assessment
Quantitative risk assessment
Risk assessment matrices
Quantifying risks using PERT analysis
Common continuous risk distributions
Expected monetary value (EMV) analysis
Decision tree analysis
 
Developing risk response strategies
 
Categories of risk
Risk management strategies
Risk response planning
Contingency planning
Risk registers 
 
Monitoring and controlling project risks
 
Implementing response plans
Collecting project status
Metrics and trend analysis
Project reviews and risk reassessment

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