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Project risk management courses

  • by Rob Hart
  • 17 Aug, 2017

Risk management giving you a headache?

Does this sound familiar?

You find yourself needing to do some risk management, maybe for a client project you are working on, a pitch for investment to demonstrate that you have this covered, or for your own company growth plan, for example.

You need to polish up your skills so you can work more efficiently while gaining more professional, easier, better results.  You want a short, time-efficient course that will give you a relevant approach, tools and techniques. You want someone who can actually present well and share some top tips and lessons learned. You want to walk away with knowledge and skills you can implement now.

Busy people and businesses improve performance through our time-efficient, bite-sized management training packages. Less faffing, more success.

Book now and join Rob Hart, trainer at Manage and Thrive Training, for an understandable, sympathetic and relevant foray into project risk management.

Aim: To provide an approach to managing project risks, along with tools and techniques that you can apply immediately.

Summary: If you've been asked to put together a project risk register, or you discovered that you probably ought to have one while looking at other areas of 'project management', then it can seem like an impossible task. This course provides you with an insight into the idea of ‘risk’ (assuming you have an initial level of 'zero understanding' about risk management). It then provides you with an approach, and some tools and techniques that you'll be able to apply immediately in your role.

Background and benefits of risk management
The components of risk
Assessing risk
Recording risk
Deriving risk
Application of a risk management plan/strategy
Quantitative Approach and Models

Book now or get in touch for an understandable, sympathetic and relevant foray into project risk management.

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This course includes elements of project management, time management, team and people management, and other hints and tips. You gain knowledge and skills that you can implement immediately.

This is great for people who are new into a 'management' role, or for those who are being loaded up with more and more 'management' tasks.

Some testimonials:

"A great session with helpful guidelines, processes and tips! Delivered in a personal and relaxed way that enables you to engage and contribute."

"Really useful session, and useful to discuss other peoples' experiences."

"With a clear and focused approach this course has helped me to revisit some past management experience, while introducing new strategies, ideas and methods for more successful management practices."

The content is for managers in any sector or business, of any age, at any point in the organisation's career ladder. The benefit that transcends all of this is improving your core skills and knowledge. This benefit can be taken and applied immediately, regardless of the manager's actual specialisation.

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