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Home > Training > Curriculums > Certifications > PMI-RMP® Certification Preparation

PMI-RMP® Certification Preparation

Level : Certifications Code : RMP05EN
Duration : 5 days Prerequisites :
Solution : Training Participants’ Profile : Junior Project Manager, Project Manager, Stakeholders, Program Manager, Management
PDU’s : 40
Delivery Language : English
Material Language : English

Course Overview

The PMI-RMP certificate training has been developed as a 5-day (3+2) course of two parts by PMGS. The aim is to review Project Risk Management concept, tools and techniques and processes based on different project and risk management standards including but not limited to the PMI standards. Preparation for the PMI-RMP certificate is not limited to the risk management concept alone. It is considered as an aspect of project management and needs a general mastery on project management concept.

The PMI-RMP credential acknowledges the individual’s unique expertise on the project team while demonstrating the recognition and value the role provides to the project management profession. In this role an individual has more competence in the specialized area of assessing and I identifying project risks while mitigating threats and capitalizing opportunities than a general practitioner and yet, also maintains a basic level of competence in all areas of project management.

PMI®’s Conditions of Illegibility:

To apply for the PMI-RMP, you need to have either: • A four-year degree (bachelor’s or the global equivalent), with at least 3,000 hours of project risk management experience and 30 hours of project risk management education. OR • A secondary diploma (high school or the global equivalent) with at least 4,500 hours of project risk management experience and 40 hours of project risk management education.

Notes

1) A copy of the Practice Standard for Project Risk Management® Guide –is given to participants. 2) The PMGS course language and material are in English as the PMI-RMP Examination is administrated in English only.

Learning Objectives

• Review the six processes of project risk management and their relation with other project management knowledge areas.

• Preparation for the PMI-RMP® examination Course Outline

Part 1 – 3 days

• Reviewing Risk Management Processes and their application in order to identify and assess project risks • The relation between project risk management activities and finding their place among other project management activities through the project life cycle. • Studying the PMI-RMP exam questions related to each process with the analysis of the correct answers

Part 2 – 2 days

• Exam simulation (mock exam) and practice exercises


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