Project Risk Management 05

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Everyday life is full of risks… crossing the street, driving a car, coding a program, building a facility... risk is inherent in all of our activities. Many do not consider risks when planning their projects, risks that can have both positive (an opportunity) or negative (threat) effect on the project's success.

In some instances, risks that happen can mean total failure, cost or schedule overruns, and other adverse impacts on the project. Some would like to shy away from managing project risks for fear of being tagged as "paranoid". But the consequences of not managing project risks can sometimes be fatal (e.g., loss of lives) and can unduly harm the reputation of both the project manager and the organization.

This course will introduce you to the definition of risk management and general principles or concepts, including the risk management process aligned to the Standard for Project Risk Management by PMI®. At the end of the course, the participant will have an appreciation on why risk management is essential in managing a project and increase the rate of success of any project.

COURSE OUTLINE
  • Introduction
  • Overview of Project Risk Management
  • Risk Identification
    • Identifying Risks
    • Categorizing Risks
    • Risk Appetite, Tolerance & Threshold
    • Performing Qualitative Analysis
    • Performing Quantitative Analysis
  • Project Risk Response
    • Responding to Negative Risks
      • Avoid-Risk Strategies
      • Transfer-Risk Strategies
      • Reduce-Risk Strategies
      • Accept-Risk Strategies
    • Responding to Positive Risks
      • Exploiting the Risk
      • Enhancing the Risk
      • Sharing the Risk
      • Acccepting the Risk
    • Criteria for Effective Risk Response
    • Planning Risk Responses
  • Monitoring and Controllling
    • Types of Monitoring
    • Risk Monitoring Activities
    • Ongoing Monitoring vs Periodic Reviews
    • Risk Monitoring Tools
    • Tools and Techniques
      • Managing Contingency Reservers
      • Tracking Trigger Condition
      • Tracking Overall Risk
      • Tracking Compliance
  • Project Risk Management Plan
    • Essential Elements of the Plan
    • Scope and Objectives
    • Organization
    • Stakeholder Responsibilities
    • Project Manager's Role
    • Templates
    • Success Criteria

 

 

ABOUT THE FACILITATOR

Mary Jane O. Rosales, CPA, CIA, CCSA, is a consultant in management and training services, in the areas of internal auditing, enterprise risk management (ERM) and financial statement analysis, a career that steadily grew after early retirement from Petron Corporation in January 2010. Thanks to her early association with the Institute of Internal Auditors Philippines (IIAP), she was given countless opportunities to conduct seminars on internal auditing and ERM and perform quality assessments of internal audit activities. All these happened while she held director positions in IIAP, became its President in 2008 and headed various committees also in IIAP.

Jane's experience in internal auditing spanned over nine years, largely in Petron Corporation, as its Chief Audit Executive and thereafter its Refinery Finance Manager. She was also assigned to establish ERM in Petron Corporation, a responsibility she handled for three years until she was moved to the Refinery.

Her other experiences in the field of risk management involved conduct of the following:

  • Training and consulting on risk management for a not-for-profit organization (2013 and 2012)
  • Training and consulting on risk and control assessments for 4 provincial governments (from 2010 to 2013)
  • Training and consulting on risk and control assessments for one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the Philippines (2012)
  • Training on risk and control assessments for a budget hotel (2011)
  • Training on risk and control assessments for a life insurance company (2011 & 2012)
  • Training on Enterprise Risk Management for a government agency’s Policy/Planning and Monitoring groups, a sugar milling plan in the island of Negros and another government ageny’sExecom and Internal Audit (2016)


Jane is a Distinguished Toastmasters, the highest norm given to a member of the Toastmasters Club.

TRAINING SEMINAR COST (PER PERSON)
  • Early Bird Rates (Payment should be made 3 weeks before the start of the class)
    • PHP 15,000.00 for PMI Philippines Chapter Members
    • PHP 16,000.00 for Non-Members
  • Regular Rates:
    • PHP 16,000.00 for PMI Philippines Chapter Members
    • PHP 17,000.00 for Non-Members
  • Group Rate: PHP 15,000.00 per participant (Minimum of 5 participants from the same organization)

 

All rates are VAT-inclusive. If your sponsoring company is VAT-exempt or zero-VAT, please e-mail to us your company's BIR 2303 or PEZA Certificate (if zero-VAT).

Your training investment includes lunch, snacks (AM and PM) with free-flowing coffee/tea, training materials, and a copy of the presentation slides.

REGISTRATION
Training Training Date Early Bird Deadline Cancellation Deadline Registration Deadline
PRM-05

August 28 - 29

August 7 August 14 August 21

PMI Philippines Chapter reserves the right to adjust course schedules and/or fees without prior notice.

For corporate inhouse training and/or further inquiries, please feel free to send us an e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us at +63 2 966-6436.

Event Properties

Event Date 08-28-2017
Event End Date 08-29-2017