|Risk Management Professional (RMP)® Exam Prep Online Training Series|
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Training Series Overview
This training series covers the functions and features of Risk Management Professional to prepare you for your certification exam. Students will learn about risk management planning, risk identification and stakeholder management and communication. They will also learn about qualitative risk analysis, quantitative risk analysis, risk response planning and learning to control risks.
Career Path: This certification can lead to Project Management jobs across all different fields, including, but not limited to, IT, Sports, Biotech, Engineering, Manufacturing, Advertising, Healthcare, and Insurance.
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The Risk Management Professional (RMP)® highlights your ability to identify and assess project risks, mitigate threats and capitalize on opportunities. With your advanced skills in risk management, you perform a specialized function attuned to the needs of a project environment. You will learn about enhancing and protecting the needs of your organization. Gaining distinction as a RMP® sets you apart from other professionals and brings credit to your organization. You will be an asset to an organization with your ability to enhance and protect their needs. Eighty-three percent of organizations that are high performers in project management practice risk management frequently while just 49 percent of low performers do so. The practice contributes to a handsome payoff: high performers meet their goals 2.5 times more often and waste 13 times less money than low performers. (Pulse of the Profession® study, PMI, 2015.) Qualified candidates for the RMP® exam must either have: (1) a secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree, or the global equivalent), 4,500 hours of project risk management experience, and 40 hours of project risk management education or (2) a four-year degree (bachelor’s degree or the global equivalent), 3,000 hours of project risk management experience, and 30 hours of project risk management education.
Certification Exam Details:
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Available PDUs for this Course Series: 14
Available CEUs for Course Series Completion: 14
Access Training Courses Below
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Part 1: An Overview
Part 1: Risk Theory
Part 1: Planning Risk Management
Part 1: Stakeholder Overview
Part 1: Risk Identification
Part 1: Qualitative Risk Analysis
Part 1: Quantitative Risk Analysis
Part 1: Planning for Risk Response
Part 1: Controlling Risks