This course offers a proven method for incorporating risk management processes as integral elements of project management. The course will present different approaches to identify risks; qualitative and quantitative methods to analyze risks and determine their impacts; risk ranking and response techniques; and approaches to monitor, control, and communicate risks throughout the project life cycle. Increase the probability of project success by applying techniques to reduce threats and enhance unexpected opportunities. Learn how to prepare a comprehensive risk management plan. Discover different approaches to identify, assess, and quantify risks and their impacts.
Course Target Audience
This course is highly recommended for contractors, sub-contractors, building design engineers, civil engineers, employers, developers, contract managers, project managers, consultants, specification-writers, government employees, public-sector employees, buyers of construction, owners, contract administrators, specification writers, officers of project management firms and construction management firms, officials of government agencies responsible for bid calls, architects, bond and insurance providers.
This course is delivered via classroom-based lecture and discussions with a case study on the last day. The course is delivered over 5 days.
NOTE: If conducted on-site client should provide classroom or other suitable quiet area with chairs, desks, whiteboard and overhead projector.