This fully accredited course is aligned to the Association for Project Management’s (APM’s) Project Risk Management Level 2. The course is designed to determine an individual’s knowledge, understanding and capability in project risk management sufficient to allow an individual to undertake formal project risk management.
The Risk 2 exam syllabus is largely derived from APM's Project Risk Analysis and Management (PRAM) guide 2nd edition. It contains 8 learning outcomes and is set at an intermediate level.
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This course follows the Risk SSC level 2 syllabus, at intermediate level and covers the following main learning outcomes:
The general risk environment in terms of risk definition, project risk and individual risk events.
The benefits of managing risk using a robust process.
The principles of risk and opportunity management.
The risk management process.
Risk organisation and control.
Key behavioural aspects of risk management.
Application of Project Risk Analysis and Management.
Risk identification techniques.
Qualitative risk analysis.
Quantitative risk analysis.
Responding to risk.
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Virtual Classroom £1295 (+ VAT)
The Virtual Classroom Risk level 2 is facilitator led and highly interactive. It comprises of 4 sessions (2 hours each) and will prepare you for the exam.
The online exam is also included in the package and will be taken approximately two weeks after the course.
The exam date is shown as the course end date when making the booking.
The Level 2 exam is a 3 hour and 15 minute written examination, answering three questions, one compulsory and two from four optional questions.