Project Management involves the development and control of a number of activities that must be competently implemented in any project or programme to be effective and successful.
Risk Management is a distinct and specific area of the APM Body of Knowledge and a key control function within any project or programme. The APM Project Risk Certificates at levels 1 and 2 are designed for project and programme managers involved in Project Risk Management.
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Key Learning Points
At the end of the course candidates will be able to:
- Achieve detailed level of understanding of project risk management and its application throughout the project lifecycle.
- Substantially contribute to the project risk management process within their own companies and, with experience carry our formal project risk management themselves.
Individuals who currently work as part of a project team and who wish to gain a recognised qualification in risk management. It is beneficial if the delegates have a basic understanding of the Association for Project Management's APMP qualification or have a good understanding of project management and a basic understanding of the fundamental concepts of risk management.
Level 1 - This is multiple choice paper designed to determine an individual's knowledge of project risk management, sufficient to allow an individual to contribute to the formal process of risk management
Level 2 - This is a written examination designed to establish an individual's capability in project risk management, sufficient to allow an individual to undertake formal project risk management.
What is assessed?
The topics and subjects to be assessed in Risk Management Certificate examination include:
- Defining risk management
- Understanding the terminology
- The processes of risk management
- Risk prioritisation
- Roles and resposibilities
- Assessment and reporting
APMP Exam Options
Full details of the exam will be issued by Monitor Training once a place on the course has been confirmed.