This course provides an overview of the risk management process in a project environment and looks at the various tools and techniques that are needed to implement such a process. The course is aligned with both the Association for Project Management’s (APM) Project Risk Analysis and Management Guide (PRAM) and PRINCE2 methodology.
Risk management is a distinct and specific area within APM’s Body of Knowledge and a key control function within any project or programme. The APM Risk Level 1 qualification provides participants with a greater understanding of project risk management at a foundation level. Successful completion of this course allows participants to contribute to the formal processes of project risk management.
The APM Risk Level 2 certificate builds on the understanding gained through the Level 1 course and focuses on applying this new knowledge to a project scenario through a series of exam style questions. The course enhances participants' knowledge, understanding and capability in project risk management and allows individuals to undertake formal project risk management activities.