Certified Project Risk Manager CPRM

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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. Global Academy of Finance & Management GAFM® The Global Academy of Finance and Management International Board of Standards (IBS) issues the CPRM Certified Project Risk Manager to qualified applicants who have met our requirements of: Education, Training, Experience, Industry Knowledge, Ethics, and Continuing Education. Get this credential if you want to make a difference and take advantage of the vast job opportunities in project management across the globe. Target Participant Project manager, Risk manager, Quality Assurance/Control manager, Senior Business analysts, Senior project engineer, Senior System Engineer, Senior Software Architect, or anyone with sufficient experience in project management and need to pursue a career as Project Director, Program Manager, or Senior level project manager. International Board of Standards GAFM ® Board of Standards has been Accredited by the TÜV Technischer Überwachungs-Verein Österreich, a 140 years old EU/Austrian Technical Inspection Association) which works to validate the quality of products and services of all kinds to protect the public and for safety. Our GAFM and Board of Standards Makes History and Becomes First EU/US Based Certification Body to Achieve Training Accreditation as an: ISO 29990 Certified for Non Formal Training . © Copyright GAFM® 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. 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 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 Global Academy of Finance and Management 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. Certified Project RISK MANAGER
  2. 2. © Copyright GAFM®© Copyright GAFM® GAFM® CPRM Module 1 Defining Project Management You will require some knowledge in project management in order to appreciate the value behind the importance of risk management. This course starts with a brief introduction to project management which explain why risk management need to be addressed in delivering a project within scope, schedule, budget, and quality. GAFM® CPRM Module 2 Risk in Projects This module discuss the various category of risk, the project risk management processes and their application in the project life cycle, the roles of the project organization and stakeholders associated with risk management. GAFM® CPRM Module 3 Risk Management Processes This module discuss the various category of risk, the processes associated with project risk management and how they are being applied in the respective phases of the project life cycle, the role of the project organization and stakeholders associated with risk management. GAFM® CPRM Module 4 Risk Management Planning Risk Management Planning is the first process and begins with having a firm commitment to the entire risk management approach from all project stakeholders. This commitment ensures that adequate resources will be in place to properly plan and manage the various risks in the project. These resources may include time, people, and technology. GAFM® CPRM Module 5 Risk Identification Once commitment has been obtained, the next process entails identifying the various risks to the project. When identifying threats to a project, they must be identified clearly so that the true problem is addressed. Risk identification also includes risks arising from subcontracting work, risks associated with procurement management, and risks involving contract management. GAFM® CPRM Module 6 Risk in IT projects discuss the major risks facing an information technology project. To facilitate this exercise, we need to understand the system development life cycle (SDLC) of an IT project. As we take you through the SDLC, you will be aware of the project activities that are critical toward the success of the project and these are the ones that pose reasonable degree of threats to the project. GAFM® CPRM Module 7 Qualitative Risk Analysis The project risks have been identified and their causes and effects understood, the next process is to conduct Risk Assessment to determine the likelihood of a particular risk occurring and assess the impact on the project if it does happens. GAFM® CPRM Module 8 Quantitative Risk Analysis The project risks have been identified and their causes and effects understood, the next process is to conduct Risk Assessment to determine the likelihood of a particular risk occurring and assess the impact on the project if it does happens. GAFM® CPRM Module 9 Risk Response Strategies The next step is the Risk Response process which is to determine how to deal with the various project risks. Essentially, a response to project risk will focus on one of the following approaches: • Accept or ignore the risk. • Avoid the risk completely. • Reduce the likelihood or impact of the risk if the it occurs. • Transfer the risk to someone GAFM® CPRM Module 10 Risk Monitoring and Control Risk monitoring control is the process of keeping track of the identified risk, monitoring residual risks and identifying new risk, ensuring the execution of risk plans, and evaluating their effectiveness in reducing risk. Risk monitoring and control records risk metrics that are associated with implementing contingency plans. Risk monitoring and control is an ongoing process for the life of the project.
  3. 3. Global Alliances © Copyright GAFM® Program duration : 4 Days The program includes • Training services • Examination • Certification • 2 years membership • Shipping of certification document © Copyright GAFM®

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