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Project Risk Management: Key Concepts For Everyone

OVERVIEW
Project risk culture refers to the shared insights, norms, knowledge and understanding of managing uncertainty in projects or project risk-related practices in organisations. Projects deliver change and business value. Enhance project risk culture to optimize change and business value.

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
This event is designed to ensure that all relevant project staff have a shared understanding, and a common language, of project risk management. The course illustrates:
•   how to describe risk in a structured way that is explicit,
•   how to identify and treat project opportunities,
•   how and when to use qualitative and quantitative project risk management,
•   a risk register that emphasizes project risk ownership,
•   how to establish a project risk zone of attention (ZOA)
•   the changing focus of project risk in the project life cycle, and
•   risk reporting that is accurate, comprehensive, clear and useful.

The certification assessment includes a case study to illustrate the main learning points and to enable practitioners at work to appreciate project risk management practices.

HOW IS THE COURSE DELIVERED?
The training and assessment material is downloadable on payment. Online support is available. The training can be delivered in a workshop environment where required. 

WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE?
This training event is intended for project management practitioners, including but not limited to project managers, project engineers, contracts managers, project control managers, project cost estimators, project planners, project cost controllers, risk managers, quantity surveyors, and procurement managers, and other key staff who require an understanding of risk management on their projects. Visit our shop to order.  

Project Risk Aggregation: A Comprehensive Guide

TRAINING MANUAL OVERVIEW
•   Project risk aggregation is the process of, summing up, and showing the interaction between, individual risks, to provide an integrated bigger picture perspective.
•   This training manual explains what project risk aggregation is and the methodology employed and tested in a leading global organisation.
•   A practical case study is included to illustrate the process and the key learning points.

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
•   A practical approach to project risk aggregation.
•   The application of the process using a real life case study.
•   After going through this training manual, you should be able to implement project risk aggregation in your organisation.
•   Advisory services with implementing project risk aggregation are available.

HOW IS THE MANUAL PRESENTED?
•   This 28-slide pack practical training event is delivered as a downloadable electronic training manual.
•   Online support can be provided where required.

WHO SHOULD USE THIS TRAINING MANUAL?
•   Project management practitioners, corporate executives, finance managers, project managers, project control managers, risk managers, and procurement managers.
•   Everyone wishing to acquire skills and knowledge of project risk aggregation.

Facilitating Project Risk Workshops That Get Results

OVERVIEW
This training helps candidates develop competency in facilitating project risk workshops that produce results. Specifically, candidates will learn (1) how to facilitate project risk workshops, and (2) how to facilitate project risk workshops remotely.

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
Project risk management is a key component of project management. A project risk facilitator is somebody who makes the project risk management process easier for other project stakeholders. Courses in facilitation and risk facilitation are widely available but not specifically in project risk facilitation. This practical course provides the supplementary skills required for facilitating project risk workshops. Specifically, the training includes (1) facilitating project risk workshops to support project management teams in identifying, assessing and planning for treatment of key project risks, and (2) facilitating and conducting project risk reviews throughout a project life cycle. The probable pitfalls and approaches of avoiding these pitfalls are presented for both face-to-face and virtual workshops.

ELIGIBILITY
Prior exposure to and understanding of project management and generic facilitation is recommended.

WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE?
This training event is intended for project management practitioners, including but not limited to project managers, project engineers, contracts managers, project control managers, project cost estimators, project planners, project cost controllers, risk managers, quantity surveyors, and procurement managers, and other staff who require to acquire skills in facilitating project risk workshops.

HOW IS THE COURSE DELIVERED?
This course is delivered online. The course is kept simple to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the course material. Different real life experiences are used to demonstrate the key learning points. A certificate of completion is awarded at the end of the course. Visit our shop to order.

Customizable Project Risk Management Templates

PURPOSE OF THIS MANUAL
Templates refer to pre-designed or pre-formatted documents that one creates to use as a guide or pattern for a project risk management task or activity. Templates provide the consistency that is required for the task or activity outputs to look professional. Templates encourage repeatability and efficiency. Repeatability can enable standardization and automation. Templates can enhance participants’ understanding of the process and the required content from this process. Therefore, the purpose of this manual is to enhance the repeatability and efficiency of your project risk management practice by using standardized tools and techniques that are pre-defined.

BENEFITS OF THIS MANUAL
•   Enhances consistency in the application of the project risk management process in your environment.
•   Provides a basis to standardize your project risk management practice.

HOW IS THE MANUAL PRESENTED?
This is manual is presented as a series of templates required in the project risk management process. The manual begins with an agenda template and concludes with a project risk reporting template.

WHO SHOULD USE THIS MANUAL?
Project management practitioners, including but not limited to programme managers, project managers, construction managers, project engineers, contracts managers, project control managers, project cost estimators, project planners, project cost controllers, risk managers, quantity surveyors, architects, developers, vendors (contractors) and procurement managers, and other key staff who require templates of project risk management tools.

Capital Projects and Infrastructure Services

Suitable infrastructure is a facilitator and catalyst of economic development. We are well-positioned to assist clients in the delivery of infrastructure by employing our expertise in 1) Project Risk Management Capacity Building 2) Project Risk Management Templates 3) Project Risk Culture Assessment and 4) Project Risk Aggregation

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Visit our shop to order our products: 1) Project Risk Aggregation: A Comprehensive Guide 2) Project Risk Management: Key Concepts For Everyone, 3) Facilitating Project Risk Workshops That Get Results, and 4) Customizable Project Risk Management Templates. Alternatively contact us using the Contact Us form.

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