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Introduction To Project Risk Management

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Project managers and team members skilled in coping with project risks using proven processes achieve project success. Successful project managers know how to proactively recognize, plan, assess and respond to known and unknown project risks in a cost effective manner. The ultimate goal for a risk manager is to reduce and control the likelihood of threats and enhance opportunities. The course discusses the remedies and prevention techniques to reduce risk. Students will learn how to manage project risks, and gain the advantage that project risk management can bring to a successful project, with more predictable and effective outcomes. This course provides 12 professional development units in three 4-hour workshops.

This undergraduate-level course is 3 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 0
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 3 weeks

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    Introduction to Project Risk Planning and Management

    • Describe risk management concept and processes
    • Identify tools and techniques used to develop a risk management plan

    Risk Identification

    • Learn ways to identify project risks
    • Determine the role of the project manager in mitigating risk

    Qualitative Risk Analysis

    • Determine ways to perform qualitative and quantitative analyses
    • Describe the purpose of qualitative risk analysis, risk probability, and how it will be measured
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