(APM) Risk Management

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Project Risk Management is a 140 minute on-line learning module that covers all aspects of risk management as defined by The Association for Project Management (APM Body of Knowledge V6). The APM defines risk management as a process that allows individual risk events and overall risk to be understood and managed proactively, optimising success by minimising threats and maximising opportunities.

2 CPD points

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Product Description

Project Risk Management is a 140 minute on-line learning module that covers all aspects of risk management as defined by The Association for Project Management (APM Body of Knowledge V6). The APM defines risk management as a process that allows individual risk events and overall risk to be understood and managed proactively, optimising success by minimising threats and maximising opportunities.

Using an interactive case study and engaging content the learner is guided through:

• Introduction to Project Risk
• The Risk Management Process
• Risk in Projects, Programmes & Portfolios (P3)
• Risk Context (Risk Attitudes and Appetite)
• Risk Techniques
• Risk Identification
• Qualitative Analysis
• Quantitative Analysis
• Risk Responses
• Risk Management

Who is it aimed at?

The Project Risk Module is aimed at all those new to projects, or who need a structured and proven process for managing risk with this projects, programmes or portfolios.

Benefits

At the end of the module the learner will understand the risk management process and how to apply it in their organisations. This critical skill will contribute to the successful delivery of projects. The module also provides the risk management content required for those planning to work towards a professional qualification.

2 PMI PDU Points
2 APM CPD Points

“As we know, there are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns – the ones we don’t know we don’t know.” – Donald Rumsfeld, US Defence Secretary