All projects involve risks. It is important not just to respond adequately to unexpected events, but also to identify risks and to mitigate them if possible. In this module, you learn the requirements of a good risk register. Which role should you adopt within a project team, and how do you know which questions to ask? How can you transform a risk register into a risk matrix, to further prioritise the risks? You also learn the benefits and requirements of carrying out a probabilistic, quantitative risk analysis.
This training can be followed remote and in a classroom. Please indicate your preferences on the registration form. Read about the plan of remote training.
This training can be followed separately without specific prior knowledge. A general background in project management and experience with a planning tool is recommended. It is also possible to follow this training as part of the Project Risk Expert training.
After completing this module you will receive a Primaned Academy certificate.
€ 495.00 excl. VAT / including material, lunch & drinks
A good overall picture of project risk management. Nice to see the link between risk and planning.
Chris, Advisor Contracts & Project Management, Antea Group the Netherlands
Great explanation. A lot of attention for everyone.
Imca, Engineer, Antea Group Nederland
Teachers of this course
Roshni Bhansing MSc
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The following topics are covered in this training:
- Benefits of project risk management
- Risk matrix and concept of risk scoring, behaviour and registry
- Qualitative risk analysis
- The benefits of probabilistic and quantitative analysis
- Prioritisation and mitigation