Any project is subject to risks at every stage, and these risks can have severe consequences on the execution and smooth progress of a project. It is of critical importance that project planning should include identification of potential risks, measures to mitigate threats as well as appropriate responses that curtail the harmful effects of such risks. Project Risk Manager is a role that has been created to fill the real need for a professional who can assess, analyse and curb risks while still maintaining a basic level of competence in project management.
The Project Management Institute-Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® credential recognizes a Risk Managers expertise in identifying project risks and mitigating threats, while making the best of available opportunities. It also certifies that you have basic knowledge and skills in all areas of project management.
Who should do this course?
The PMI-RMP® (Risk Management Professional) Course is best suited for
- Project managers
- Line Managers
- Aspiring Project Managers, Program Managers
- Risk Management Consultants
What are the prerequisites for the certification?
The PMI–RMP® course requires:
A minimum 4500 hours of professional project risk management experience within the last 5 years and 40 hours of project risk management education, if you hold a High school diploma or equivalent.
3000 hours of professional project risk management experience within the last 5 years along with 30 hours of project management education, if you hold a Bachelor’s degree or above.
How do I become a RMP® Certified Professional?
- Step 1: Visit www.pmi.org after completing the training
- Step 2: Register for PMI-RMP® exam
- Step 3: Submit payment for PMI-RMP® credential
- Step 4: Submit audit materials and supporting documents within 90 days
- Step 5: Take the exam at a Prometric Testing Center and get certified