PMI-RMP (Risk Management Professional) Certification

Identify, Analyse and Mitigate the uncertanities of a project.
16 Hours 8 Hours 2 Days

Key Features

  • The course has been designed to offer the proper knowledge and skills required to understand and support risk management.
  • It fulfills the requirements for qualifying the certification exam.
  • Advances your education and stay updated on recent risk management practices and ongoing trends.

About the Course

Risk management professional course helps in qualifying the certification exam easily. A risk management professional in a project is responsible for performing the certain function of the project environment that is highly global, complicated as well as dynamic.

It exhibits an individual capacity to recognize and assess all project risks and develops all risk responses that help in mitigating the project threats and capitalize on various opportunities.

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Individual Benefits
Earning a risk management professional certificate proves individual skills of basic risk management competencies by qualifying the exam. It allows an individual to gain massive benefit over their peers. Moreover, it increases the status and professional reputation. When you obtain the certificate you become a renowned leader in the disciple, thereby turning to be a valuable asset for your organization. Allows you to work efficiently to manage all risk involved in all project variables.
Organizational Benefits
Certified risk management professional is a high performer in managing all risk involved in a project and they easily meet all goals of an organization. They are well acknowledging of all latest trends and practices of risk management, thereby offering a competitive edge to all in the market. A certified individual offers effective insights and strong support to the board of directors as they find it very difficult to recognize all risks involved in areas out of their expertise and experience. Offering resources and advisory resources to an organization board of committees in risk management helps them in the better discharge of duties. Moreover, efficient risk management helps your organization in realizing objectives, reducing risks that affect the organizational growth and guards the values.
Who should attend this training?
  • Persons having an organizational role in a specific area of risk management.
  • Certified PMP who have an interest in gaining more deep knowledge in risk management techniques.
  • Program managers with a wish to increase skills in this sector.
  • Persons are responsible for creating project budgets as well as contingency plans.
  • Line managers.
  • Risk management consultants.
What You Will Learn
  • Recognize by qualitative as well as quantitative risk assessments.
  • Create and execute risk mitigation plans.
  • Acquire knowledge of risk management according to the standards of project risk management.
  • Learn how to manage and analyze risk.
  • Easily create a project risk schedule.
  • Proper utilization of risk tools and techniques.
  • Secondary degree.
  • Project risk management experience of 4500 hrs.
  • 40 hours of project risk management education.
  • OR

  • Four-year degree.
  • 3,000 hours of project risk management experience.
  • 30 hours of project risk management education.


PMI- RMP Details
Introduction to Risk Management
Why Project Risk Standard?

Defining Project Risk Management

Roles in Project Risk Management

Best Practices

Success Factors

Principles and Concepts of RMP
Difference between Individual and Overall Project Risk

Attitude of the Stakeholder

Iterative Process

Critical Communications

Defining Responsibility

Role of a Project Manager in RMP

Introduction of Project Risk Management Processes.
Difference between Project Risk Management and Project Management


Planning in Risk Management
Purpose and Objective

Critical Success Factors

Tools and Technique


Risk Identification
Purpose and Objective

Critical Success Factors

Tools and Technique


Qualitative Risk Analysis
Purpose and Objective

Critical Success Factors

Tools and Technique


Quantitative Risk Analysis
Purpose and Objective

Critical Success Factors

Tools and Technique


Risk Response
Purpose and Objective

Critical Success Factors

Tools and Technique


Monitoring and Controlling Risk
Purpose and Objective

Critical Success Factors

Tools and Technique



Is the course available in the online/virtual format?
Yes, KnowledgeHut does offer virtual training for PMI-RMP®. Call us for more information on the same.
What is the exam format?
PMI-RMP is a 170-question, multiple-choice test.
How many PDUs will I be eligible for?
You will get 40 PDUs toward your continuing education requirements with the Project Management Institute (PMI) for Project Management Professional (PMP)® and PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® certifications.
Where are PDUs applicable?
PDUs are credits awarded by the Project Management Institute. They recognize your dedication to the Project Management world through the award of credits for every educational effort you make throughout your career. Every PMI® certification, except the CAPM®, requires you to earn a specific number of PDUs per three-year certification cycle.
Should I pay separately for the certification fee?
Yes, you must pay a separate PMI-RMP credential fee that is determined by your PMI membership status and the examination delivery type (computer-based versus paper-based) for your geographical location.
What’s the importance of a PMI-RMP®Certification?
Any project is subject to risks at every stage, and these risks can have severe consequences on the execution and smooth progress of a project. Project Risk Manager is a role that has been created to fill the real need for a professional who can evaluate, analyse and curb risks while still maintaining a basic level of competence in project management. The PMI-RMP® credential recognizes a Risk Manager’s expertise in identifying project risks and mitigating threats, while making the best of available opportunities. It also certifies that you have basic knowledge and skills in all areas of project management.
What is the average Certified Scrum Product Owner® salary?
At present, the average Certified Product Owner salary is $100K per year
Do you provide transportation and refreshments along with the CSPO training?
We do not provide transportation. Yes, refreshments and lunch will be provided.
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