With your advanced skills in risk management, you perform a specialized function attuned to the needs of a project environment that is increasingly global, virtual and complex. The PMI Risk Management.
The professional highlights your ability to identify and assess project risks, mitigate threats, and capitalize on opportunities. In this capacity, you enhance and protect the needs of your organization.
Gaining excellence as a PMI-RMP@ sets you apart from other professionals and brings credit to your organization. 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 good payoff: high performers meet their goals 2.5 times more often and waste 1 3
times less money than low performers, as found by our 2015 Pulse of the Profession@ report. If you’re ready to get better grades, the PMI-RMP will validate your specialized expertise and help you
stand out to employers, stakeholders and peers.
If you have advanced knowledge and experience in risk management, or if you are a project manager focused on project risk management, including large projects and/or complex environments, then the
PMI-RMP@ is an excellent choice for you.
- The certification exam has 170 multiple-choice questions and you have 3.5 hours to complete it.
- To maintain your PMI-RMP, you must earn 30 professional development units (PDUs) in risk management topics every three years.
Overview and Risk Management Fundamentals
• Plan Risk Management
o Risk Management Plan Contents
o Create Risk Management Plan
• Communication and Leadership
o Building a Communication foundation
o General Management and Leadership Skills
o Stakeholder Management
• Identify Risks
o Tools and Techniques for Identifying Risks
o Contents of the risk Register
o Risk Register Update Cycle
• Risk Analysis
Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
Risk Analysis Outputs
• Plan Risk Responses
o Risk Response Planning
o Risk Response Strategies
o Risk Response Planning Outputs
- Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree, or the global equivalent).
- 4,500 Hours of project risk management experience.
- 40 Hours of project risk management education.
- Four-year degree (bachelor’s degree or the global equivalent).
- 3,000 Hours of project risk management experience.
- 30 Hours of project risk management education.