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Risk Management Professionals

Risk Management Professionals seek to identify, analyze and document the risks associated with a company’s business operations, as well as monitor the effectiveness of risk management processes and implement needed changes. The risk management department focuses attention on company-wide, operational, compliance, financial, technology and asset-related risks.

The PMI Risk Management Professional Course is best suited for

  • Project managers
  • Line Managers
  • Aspiring Project Managers, Program Managers
  • Risk Management Consultants

The Risk Management Course empowers you to develop knowledge and skills required to clear to your PMI –RMP exam is first attempt. Risk Management Professional (RMP®) certification demonstrates a professional’s specialization in assessing, identifying and controlling risks. This course will enable you to assess the risk velocity and help you to ascertain the route to risk mitigation by prior planning. 

Benefits of Risk Management Professional – The PMI-RMP credential behind your name gives way to many benefits. In addition to obvious benefits such as having the edge in your job search over those without the PMI-RMP credential, it also may allow you to negotiate a higher salary and get your resume noticed earlier. Many employers seeking a risk management employee prefer a highly specialized professional, especially those with a credential. As a PMI member, you have access to PMI publications, training opportunities, networking and other perks to help escalate your risk management career.


  • Clear the PMI-RMP Certification exam in First Attempt
  • Identify by qualitative and quantitative assessments of risk
  • Develop and deploy risk mitigation strategies
  • Possess knowledge of risk management basis the PMBOK and Practice Standard for Project Risk Management

Course Syllabus

  • Risk Management Framework
  • Principles and Concepts
  • Introduction to Project Risk Management Processes
  • Plan Risk Management
  • Identify Risks
  • Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
  • Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
  • Plan Risk Responses
  • Control Risks

Prerequisites for the certification? 

You need to have 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 Or 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.

Credential Maintenance – Once you have attained the PMI-RMP credential, you must participate in the Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) program to maintain an active certification status. The PMI-RMP certification cycle lasts three years. During the cycle, you must attain no less than 30 professional development units (PDUs) toward credential maintenance. Once you successfully complete a single cycle, a new three – year cycle begins.

Exam Pattern – To earn your Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) ® credential, you need to meet experience and education requirements, and pass the PMI – RMP® examination, the exam contains 175 questions, multiple-choice test.