ACC Online Learning
PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 22 - Risk Management Planning
Through this Risk Management Planning course, you will gain a working knowledge of the project risk management knowledge area and the six processes that are aligned within the project planning and project monitoring and control process groups. You will learn to develop a risk management plan that will be used throughout the course of the project to provide guidance and direction to the project management team, and detail processes and planned activities that are expected to be applied throughout the project. Plus, you will learn to assimilate risk processes to project life cycle work and be able to determine the tools and techniques required to quantify risk as it relates to activities that are developed within a project. (Intermediate – 1.5 hours).
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
• Identify types of risks based upon criteria involving project constraints.
• See how risk identification at the activity level helps determine one, or more, potential risks per activity.
• Know the inputs, tools and outputs of the six processes that pertain to project risk management.
• Understand that not every risk requires mitigation.
• Develop a Risk Management Plan, provide guidance and direction, and detail processes and planned activities.
• Assimilate risk processes.
• Determine the tools and techniques required to quantify risk.
• Define both quantitative and qualitative analysis.
• Ascertain details that pertain to a project risk log.
• Understand how risk is determined at the activity level.
• Correlate the project risk Log to the project work breakdown structure and project schedule.
• Understand how Gantt Charts and other tools are used to analyze risk.
• Apply monitoring and risk control techniques.
• Plan risk response activities.