Project risk management is a set of
management techniques aimed at ensuring
that actual and planned project outcomes
Program Timings:
Registration will be at 08:30 AM on Day One with
the program commencing promptly at 9:00 AM
each day. The...
Course Duration
4 Days inclusive examination
The program fee includes
• Training material
• Examination fee
• Certificatio...
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CPRM ® Certified Project Risk Manager is the credential for Chief Risk Officers, Risk Analyst, Project Risk Managers, and individual involved in risk management. A globally recognized credential by The American Academy of Project Management offered by Syseneg Academy, accredited training and certification provider in Malaysia.

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Certified Project Risk Manager CPRM

  1. 1. Project risk management is a set of management techniques aimed at ensuring that actual and planned project outcomes coincide. As such, project risk management is practiced by the great majority of project planners, project managers and their staff. Risk management is embedded in nearly every facet of planning and implementing a project. This program deals with that extra, formalized set of techniques which can be applied cost-effectively to manage the risk to those projects which are unlikely to proceed to plan without specific focus on risk management. The majority of public sector defense, aerospace and infrastructure projects above a few million dollars of contract value are in this category, as are many projects for internal customers, and product development projects, in the commercial sector. This program is designed to establish a framework for application of formal risk management to impart to delegates, a capability to implement appropriate risk management techniques within that risk management framework. This CPRMTM Certified Project Risk Manager certification program will add value to skills and competencies of risk managers, project managers, quality assurance managers, business analysts, project engineers, system engineers, software systems engineers, engineers of all other profession, and those responsible for managing projects and delivery of products or services. This certification program provides an individual with an accredited globally recognized project risk management credential. Project Management is achieving worldwide recognition as a profession in its own right. The Certified Project Risk Manager CPRM® credential is The American Academy of Project Management AAPM ® mark of distinction for project risk practitioners. It gives recognition that the individual have the knowledge, skills and a professional level of competency in project risk management practices. CPRMTM .. the international certification in Project Risk Management Accredited by the American Academy of Project Management AAPM ® International Project Management Commission IPMCTM, TM
  2. 2. Program Timings: Registration will be at 08:30 AM on Day One with the program commencing promptly at 9:00 AM each day. There will be two short breaks each day and the sessions will conclude at 5:00 PM. Examination will be conducted on the last day. Day One Project Management Life Cycle • Project Management Competency Areas • Key Processes associated with Risk management • Major risks affecting project outcome Risk Planning and Risk Identification Establishes the organizational and project environment in which the risk assessment is taking place: • specify the main objectives and outcomes required • identify a set of success criteria against which the consequences of identified risks can be measured • define a set of key elements for structuring the risk identification and assessment process. Day Two Risk Assessment, Responses to risk Determine the consequences of each risk, should it arise : • assesse the likelihood of those consequences occurring • convert the consequence and likelihood ratings to an initial priority for the risk • develop agreed risk priorities and inherent risk levels. • identifying the options for reducing the likelihood or consequences of each Extreme, High or Medium • determining the potential benefits and costs of the options • selecting the best options for the project • developing and implementing detailed Risk Action Plans. Day Three Risk Monitoring and Control Continuous monitoring and review of risks ensures new risks are detected and managed, and that action plans are implemented and progressed effectively. Communication and consultation with project stakeholders are critical factors in undertaking good risk management and achieving project outcomes that are broadly accepted. They help owners, clients and end users understand the risks and trade-offs that must be made in a large project. Day 4 Review past exam questions EXAMINATION Duration : 2.5 hours Format : Multiple choice 100 Questions Minimum score to qualify for CPRM certificate is 70%. CPRMTM Certified Project Risk Manager Program Outline Examination 100 multiple choice questions 150 minutes 70% to qualify for CPRM® Credential
  3. 3. Course Duration 4 Days inclusive examination The program fee includes • Training material • Examination fee • Certification fee • Training services fee • 2 yrs membership fee AAPM® • Shipping and handling fee International Board of Standards The International Board of Standards is the Official Standards and Certifying Body for Professional Designations, Certifications, Charters, & Distinctions. The Accreditation Commission recognizes the highest in graduate educational standards exclusively for Government recognized institutions. All certifications are issued direct from the USA. The American Academy of Project Management is a global Board of Standards supporting project management industry professionals. Rise above the rest with specialized project management related certifications across strategic industries makes AAPM® a popular credential among the 21st century generation of professionals today. The fast pace individual facing the uncertainties in the job market will choose to hold at least a qualification associated with project management. This is simply because there is always a need for project managers in any organization. AAPM® Global Board of Standards issue Project Management Certification to qualified professionals who successfully completed the Foundation Certificate and Board Certification program. AAPM® is fast becoming the world’s leading professional association for project management practitioners. AAPM® Certification Programs provide the assurance that the holder has met the required criteria for a certified and verifiable accredited credential.