Prepare for the Project Risk Management (PMI-RMP)® Exam
as outlined in the PMI-RMP Exam Content Outline. Learn about the Risk Management Knowledge Area, the 5 Process Groups, and the 7 project risk management processes.
This live online course will allow you to prepare for the PMI-RMP® Exam right from the comfort of your home. Rather than cramming the course into three or four days, this course is taught in weekly 2 hour online sessions (two lessons per session; 5 sessions in all). And the course is taught by Harry Hall, PMP, PMI-RMP. Harry has more than 15 years of project/risk management experience and he has helped many project managers around the world prepare for the PMP and PMI-RMP exams.
Learn the Principles. Pass the Exam. Advance Your Career!
The PMI-RMP® Exam Prep Course
This course is aligned with the PMI-RMP® Examination Content Outline, the PMBOK® Guide 6th Edition, and the Practice Standard for Project Risk Management. We will also use the PMI-RMP Exam Study Guide, a comprehensive PMI-RMP Exam Prep Study Guide. Exercises throughout the Study Guide ensure maximum learner engagement and retention. Furthermore, we will discuss how to apply what you learn and improve your project success!
“For organizations that apply a formal risk management approach, 73% of projects meet their objectives, 61% finish on time, and 64% are completed within the approved budget.” —PMI Pulse of the Profession
Here’s What the Course Includes
Prepare for the PMI-RMP Exam
The PMI-RMP® exam is rigorous. In this course, we will walk through the Project Risk Management Knowledge Area and the Project Process Groups. You will learn the terms, concepts, principles, and processes needed to pass the PMI-RMP® Exam.
Test Your Understanding
You will have the opportunity to take a short test after each lesson. You'll know whether you are understanding the concepts and gain confidence as you progress through the course. The Study Guide provides a 170-question Practice Exam that you may take after completing all of the lessons.
- Project Managers
- Program Managers
- Portfolio Managers
- Operational Managers
- Anyone who wishes to learn and apply project risk management
- Anyone working toward their PMI-RMP certification
The PMI-RMP® Exam Prep Lessons
In this course, you will learn to plan risk management, identify risks, perform qualitative risk analysis, perform quantitative risk analysis, plan risk responses, implement risk responses, and monitor risks. We will cover two lessons in each weekly online session (2 hours per session).
The PMI-RMP® Exam
Welcome to the PMI-RMP® Exam Prep Course. In this lesson, we will examine the PMI-RMP® credential, the project risk management taxonomy, the PM's role in risk management, PM skill and knowledge, and statistics for risk management.
Project Risk Management
Discover the PMBOK® Guide, the Practice Guide for Project Risk Management, ISO 31000 Risk Principles and Guidelines, and the PMI Risk Management Processes.
In this lesson, we will discuss stakeholder education, coaching team members, risk attitudes and tolerances, stakeholder identification and analysis, and risk roles and responsibilities.
Discover risk management critical success factors, risk definitions, risk contingency and management reserves, risk management planning, and the Plan Risk Management Process.
In this lesson, we will cover overall and individual risks, critical success factors, and the Identify Risks Process.
Qualitative Risk Analysis
Let's take a look at qualitative risk analysis, critical success factors, and the Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Process.
Quantitative Risk Analysis
This lesson includes quantitative risk analysis, critical success factors, and the Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Process.
Risk Response Planning
Discover critical success factors, risk responses, and the Plan Risk Responses Process.
Implement Risk Responses
Learn how to implement risk responses. Explore critical success factors, and the Implement Risk Responses Process.
In this lesson, we will cover risk monitoring, project risk reports, critical success factors, and the Monitor Risks Process.
About The Teacher,
Harry Hall, PMP, PMI-RMP, ARM-E
Harry Hall is the guy behind projectriskcoach.com. He is a speaker, teacher, author, and blogger. He graduated from the University of Georgia and is a certified PMP®, PMI-RMP®. In his free time, Harry enjoys playing guitar, gardening, reading, running, and teaching others how to speak Southern.
The PMI-RMP® Exam Prep Course
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Only $899. Group discounts are available.
Frequently Asked Questions
What makes this course different from others?
First, you will be taught by an individual who has managed enterprise, portfolio, program, and project risks. Second, your instructor is certified as a PMP, PMI-RMP, and ARM-E (Associated in Risk Management with an emphasis in Enterprise Risk Management). Third, the focus of this course is more than preparing you for the PMI-RMP® exam. You will learn to actually use the risk management processes to improve your project success. Fourth, no fluff. Just simple, to the point instruction.
What if I've never had project risk management training?
No problem. Whether a novice or experienced project manager, walk you through the project risk management processes and provide you with practical tips, tools, and techniques.
What are the required resources?
PMI members may download a free copy of the PMBOK® Guide—6th Edition.
Does this course allow individuals to earn contact hours for the PMP exam?
Yes, individuals earn 1 Contact Hour per hour of instruction. See the PMI-RMP Handbook: "You can satisfy the project management education requirements by demonstrating successful completion of courses, workshops and training sessions - Training companies and consultants."
The Plans of the Diligent. . .
One of my favorite proverbs says, "The plans of the diligent leads to profit as surely as haste leads to poverty." Becoming a better project/risk manager requires both planning and hard work. You can do this. And I would be honored to help you achieve this goal. Your best days are ahead!
Harry T. Hall