PMI Risk Management Training

This PMI Risk Management training course will provide you with the necessary foundation for success on PMI’s Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) exam. The PMI-RMP credential is an answer to the ever-evolving complexity and diversity of project management, so don’t miss this chance to arm yourself with essential knowledge.

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Without internship



this course includes

8 Training Hours

50 On-demand Videos

Closed Captions

10 Topics

59 Prep Questions

Certificate of Completion

What you’ll




Risk Management Concepts


 Risk Management Environment


Project Definition


Risk Management Planning


Risk Identification


Qualitative Risk Analysis


Quantitative Risk Analysis


Risk Response Planning


Risk Monitoring And Controlling

PMI Risk Management Training – Why is the PMI-RMP Important?

Globally recognized and demanded, the PMI-RMP fills the need for a specialist role in project risk management. This certification recognizes the professional’s unique expertise and competency in assessing and identifying project risks, mitigating threats, and capitalizing on opportunities, while still possessing a core knowledge and practical application in all areas of project management.



Overview - Part 1
Overview - Part 2
Overview - Part 3
Overview - Part 4
Overview - Part 5

Risk Management Concepts

Risk Definition And Project Risk Management - Part 1
Risk Definition And Project Risk Management - Part 2
Critical Success Factors For Project Risk Management
Overall And Individual Risks-Roles And Responsibilities

Risk Management Environment

Organizational Risk Attitudes
Organizational Structures
Stakeholder Identification And Analysis
Stakeholder Risk Tolerances And Risk Attitudes

Project Definition

Defining The Project And Project Management Plan
Scope Management - Part 1
Scope Management - Part 2
Scope Management - Part 3
Schedule Management - Part 1
Schedule Management - Part 2
Schedule Management - Part 3
Cost Management - Part 1
Cost Management - Part 2
Quality Management

Risk Management Planning

Risk Management Planning
Critical Success Factors

Risk Identification

Risk Identification
Project Scope Risk
Project Schedule Risk
Resource Risk
Tools And Techniques - Part 1
Tools And Techniques - Part 2
Tools And Techniques - Part 3
Tools And Techniques - Part 4

Qualitative Risk Analysis

Qualitative Risk Analysis
Tools And Techniques - Part 1
Tools And Techniques - Part 2

Quantitative Risk Analysis

Quantitative Risk Analysis
Tools And Techniques - Part 1
Tools And Techniques - Part 2
Tools And Techniques - Part 3

Risk Response Planning

Risk Response Planning
Risk Responses
Negative And Positive Risk Responses
Tools And Techniques - Part 1
Tools And Techniques - Part 2

Risk Monitoring And Controlling

Risk Monitoring And Controlling
Tools And Techniques

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Your Questions, Answered

What is the PMI Risk Management Training course?

The PMI Risk Management Training course is designed to equip you with the necessary knowledge to succeed in PMI’s Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) exam. This certification addresses the increasing complexity and diversity of project management, enabling you to assess and identify project risks, mitigate threats, and capitalize on opportunities​.

How does the PMI-RMP certification benefit me professionally?

The PMI-RMP certification is globally recognized and in high demand. It signifies your unique expertise and competency in project risk management, distinguishing you from other professionals. It also bolsters your organization’s reputation and could enhance your career in project management​.

How is the course structured?

The PMI Risk Management Training course consists of 8 training hours, 50 videos, 10 topics, and 59 practice questions. This structure ensures a comprehensive understanding of project risk management​.

How can I access the training course?

You can access this training and over 2,500 hours of on-demand content with the All Access Monthly Subscription. There’s an option to start with a 7-day free trial with no obligation, and you can cancel anytime​.

What are the prerequisites for the PMI-RMP Exam?

The prerequisites for the PMI-RMP Exam include a secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree, or the global equivalent), 36 months of project risk management experience within the last 5 years, and 40 hours of project risk management education.

Can I take the PMI-RMP Exam remotely?

Yes, the PMI-RMP exam is available as an online proctored exam via PearsonVUE. This allows you to take the exam at your convenience, be it at home, office, or elsewhere. You will need a computer, a reliable internet connection, and a quiet space where you can spend a few uninterrupted hours.