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Risk Management Training

Project Risk Management Planning


Programme / Project Risk Management is the process of evaluating alternative responses to project risks and selecting among them. It is the process of evaluating alternative responses to project risk and selecting among them.

A Risk management plan is a document prepared by a project manager to foresee risks, to estimate the effectiveness, and to create response plans to mitigate them. It also consists of the risk assessment matrix.

Project Risk Management

A risk is defined as "an uncertain event or condition that, if it occurs, has a positive or negative effect on a project's objectives. "Risk is inherent with any project, and project managers should assess risks continually and develop plans to address them. The risk management plan contains an analysis of likely risks with both high and low impact, as well as mitigation strategies to help the project avoid being derailed should common problems arise. Risk management plans should be periodically reviewed by the project team in order to avoid having the analysis become stale and not reflective of actual potential project risks.

Risk management planning in projects / programmes include at least the following processes:

Risk Analysis A systematic use of available information to determine how often specified events may occur and the magnitude of their consequences. it involves listing expected risk areas; compare project objectives to risk items and identify manageable risks.

Risk Avoidance and Mitigation plan Designing activities in such a way as to minimize risk exposure.

Risk Management Plan Identify specific work processes to respond to the eventuality that risk occurs.

7 hours


Learn Monitor and Control Risks


Risk is one of the 9 topic areas of project management knowledge.

Risk Monitoring and Control is the section of Project execution where the Project Manager and Project Team put in practise what decided in the earlier phase of project risk planning and apply adequate responses in case of the occurrence of risks.

Risks are potential future events that can adversely affect a project’s Cost, Schedule, Scope or Quality (CSSQ). In prior phases, the Project Manager defined these events as accurately as possible, determined when they would impact the project, and developed a Risk Management Plan.

In Project Execution and control however, impact dates draw closer, and risks become much more tangible. The Project Manager must continually look for new risks, reassess old ones, and re-evaluate risk mitigation plans. The Project Manager should involve the whole Project Team in this endeavour, as various team members have their particular expertise and can bring a unique perspective to risk identification. As the Risk Management Worksheet is integrated into the status reporting process, this review and re-evaluation should take place automatically, with the preparation of each new status report.

Because the Risk Management Worksheet places risks in order according to their priority level, it is important to update all quantifiable fields to portray an accurate risk landscape. The risk probabilities may have changed; the expected level of impact may be different, or the date of impact may be sooner or later than originally anticipated – all of these variables determine which risks the Project Team will concentrate on first. Likewise, the Risk Management Plan needs to be constantly re-evaluated. Make sure the right people are still assigned to mitigation actions and that the actions still make sense in the context of the latest project developments. Another consideration is whether a specific risk’s probability level is high enough to warrant incorporating the Risk Management Plan in the Project Schedule via the change control process. If so, the risk should be removed from the worksheet. Finally, the Project Manager must be constantly on the lookout for additional risks. Reviewing the risks as part of regular status reporting should involve the whole Project Team via bidirectional communications.

7 hours


Fundamentals of Information Security and Risk Management


The first action of a management program to implement information security (iss) is to have a security program in place. Though some argue the first act would be to gain some real "proof of concept" "explainable thru display on the monitor screen" security knowledge. Start with maybe understanding where OS passwords are stored within the code inside a file within a directory. If you don't understand Operating Systems at the root directory level maybe you should seek out advice from somebody who does before even beginning to implement security program management and objectives.


  • Introduction
  • Core Information Security Principles
  • Information Security Management Governance
    • Security Governance
    • Security Policies, Procedures, Standards, Guidelines, and Baselines
    • Organizational Security Models
  • Organizational Behavior
    • Organizational Structure Evolution
    • Best Practices
    • Security Roles and Responsibilities
    • Reporting Model
    • Enterprise-wide Security Oversight
  • Security Awareness, Training, and Education
  • Information Risk Management
    • Risk Management Concepts
    • Risk Handling Strategies
    • Risk Assessment/Analysis
  • Information Classification
  • Ethics
    • Basic Concepts
    • Professional Code of Ethics
    • Example Topics in Computer Ethics
      • Computers in the Workplace
      • Computer Crime
      • Privacy and Anonymity
      • Intellectual Property
      • Professional Responsibility
      • Globalization
    • Common Computer Ethics Fallacies
    • Hacking and Hacktivism
      • The Hacker Ethics

7 hours


Discover Risk taking Factors


In this course, you will learn the factors in Risk Taking.

  • Taking gambles is part of our strategy for success.
  • We take above-average risks in our business.
  • Taking chances is an element of our business strategy.
  • Our strategy can be characterized by a strong tendency to take risks.

7 hours


Basics of Windows GUI Ping Utility


A graphical Windows ping utility written in C# that allows you to log and graph ICMP respones from multiple hosts. Includes a C# class library for ICMP and ping to use in your own program.

7 hours


Is learning Risk Management hard?

In the field of Risk Management learning from a live instructor-led and hand-on training courses would make a big difference as compared with watching a video learning materials. Participants must maintain focus and interact with the trainer for questions and concerns. In Qwikcourse, trainers and participants uses DaDesktop , a cloud desktop environment designed for instructors and students who wish to carry out interactive, hands-on training from distant physical locations.

Is Risk Management a good field?

For now, there are tremendous work opportunities for various IT fields. Most of the courses in Risk Management is a great source of IT learning with hands-on training and experience which could be a great contribution to your portfolio.

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