Wellingtone
Risk Management Practitioner Training Course2024-04-02T09:23:31+01:00

The 1-day Wellingtone Risk Management Practitioner training course has been designed to address the growing need for effective risk management in organisations. As one of the more challenging disciplines to embed in organisations, the course provides a combination of theory, practice, and customisation to provide a complete picture of how to alleviate the challenges with embedding this important discipline.

This course is for project management professionals and PMO practitioners alike, those who have a keen interest in understanding risk management in the project context, and those who are delivering, assuring or implementing risk management.

Assessment & Certification

The Risk Management training course syllabus is aligned to the Association for Project Management (APM) body of knowledge, which ensures we offer a balanced view across the many facets that relate to the project management profession.

At the end of the day, delegates sit a 45-minute multiple-choice examination. Successful candidates are awarded a Wellingtone certificate recognising their achievements.

Course Agenda

  • What is Risk Management
  • The People Side of Risk
  • Risk Industry Overview
  • Corporate versus Project Risk
  • Benefits of Risk Management
  • Methods for Risk Analysis and Management
  • Practical Risk Process
  • Case Study and Collaboration Workshop

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is this course a PMI or APM Qualification?2024-05-15T20:48:17+01:00

This course is Accredited by the APM. This means that it has been independently reviewed and assessed for completeness, relevancy, and alignment to the latest Body of Knowledge, so it is classed as an APM certificate.

From a PMI perspective, it is registered with PMI and has been reviewed and accepted by PMI as representative of the industry’s needs, hence being awarded official PDU points.

It is important to note that although these are certificates with each of these associations (and in some cases IPMA as well), they are not the same as PMP or the PMQ.

Is this course a PMI or APM Qualification?2024-05-14T11:17:53+01:00

This course is Accredited by the APM. It has been independently reviewed and assessed for completeness, relevancy, and alignment to the latest Body of Knowledge, so it is classed as an APM certificate.

From a PMI perspective, it is registered with PMI and has been reviewed and accepted by PMI as representative of the industry’s needs, hence being awarded official PDU points.

It is important to note that although these are certificates with each of these associations (and, in some cases, IPMA), they are not the same as PMP or the PMQ.

What if I can’t attend the Public course I booked?2023-10-18T12:51:47+01:00

You can cancel anytime up to 28 days before the course and request a full refund. More than 14 days before your course date you can postpone to a future date without charge. Sorry, but no-shows or cancellations within 14 days are not entitled to a refund as it’s too late for us to fill your space.

Can I claim this as Continuous Development Hours for APM, IPMA or PMI?2024-05-15T20:45:27+01:00
  • This is a PMI registered course so a PDU will be provided upon completion. The code will automatically input the hours studied across the Talent Triangle.
  • The APM will also accept this course as their CPD programme requires more than 35 hours every 12 months. As long as it is related to the project profession and in line with your role, you can use the opportunity to reflect on what you learned when submitting your CPD statement.
  • IPMA will accept this course as CDP. Up to 12 hours can be added to their recently launched CPD portal in your Profile section.
How will I be assessed?2021-11-03T22:06:42+00:00

Delegates can be assessed with our online 45-minute multiple-choice assessment. This is optional but recommended with certification determined by assessment result:

Pass rate: 60%
Distinction: over 80%

How practical is the course? How much of it is theory based?2021-04-16T12:02:39+01:00

The course is supported by theoretical grounds to provide the widest view of the industry possible. However, there are practical exercises throughout the day including simulation, group and individual work, and discussion to ensure we accommodate different learning styles.

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