Risk exists in all projects. The purpose of risk processes in project management is to identify, analyze, and manage risks that could impact the success of the project. The risk management process involves identifying potential risks, assessing the likelihood and impact of each risk, and developing strategies to mitigate or avoid those risks. Project Risk Management Processes is course that will review the Project Risk Management knowledge area. This knowledge area is concerned with identifying, assessing, and managing risks that could impact the project’s success. This course will review the six risk processes. This course will review the inputs, tools and techniques and outputs for each process.
This course has been registered with the Project Management Institute (PMI) and provides 2 Ways of Working PDUs and 2 RMP PDUs for those holding a PMI_RMP certification.