Best Risk Management Courses

Find the best online Risk Management Courses for you. The courses are sorted based on popularity and user ratings. We do not allow paid placements in any of our rankings. We also have a separate page listing only the Free Risk Management Courses.

Risk Management for Cybersecurity and IT Managers

The management's guide to understanding Risk Management decisions in cybersecurity and information technology (IT)!

Created by Jason Dion • 600,000+ Enrollments Worldwide - CISSP, CEH, Pentest+, CySA+, Sec+, Net+, A+, PRINCE2, ITIL

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Students: 19280, Price: $99.99

Students: 19280, Price:  Paid

Have you ever wondered why your organization's executives or your manager made a decision to fund or not fund your project?

In this course, you will get an inside look at how cybersecurity and information technology (IT) managers determine which projects they will support with funding and which they won't based on a preliminary risk analysis. Over the past two decades, I have worked in the cybersecurity and information technology realm, fighting for my projects to become funded. Early in my career, I didn't understand why certain projects would be funded and executed, while others wouldn't. What I learned, is that it all came down to Risk Management by our executives and managers.

You will learn the terms used by executives and managers in discussing Risk Management, and how to apply the concepts of Risk Management to your networks, systems, and projects. This course is not an operational or tactical course that focuses on how you will secure your networks, but instead focuses on the mindset of managers and teaches you how to think like they do. Once you master these concepts, it is much easier to build your business case for your projects and justify your budgetary needs.

Throughout this course, we will discuss what comprises Risk (assets, threats, and vulnerabilities), providing numerous real world examples along the way. We will also cover Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Measurements, showing how you can calculate the risk of an uncertainty due to vulnerabilities and threats.

This course also includes two case studies of what happens when risk management fails, as demonstrated by the Amazon Web Services outage and Equifax data breach that both occurred in 2017. You will learn to better understand these scenarios, what caused the outage/breach, and why managers may have made the decisions they did that led up to them.

Upon completion of this course, you will earn 3 CEUs towards the renewal of your CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+, Linux+, Cloud+, PenTest+, CySA+, or CASP+ certifications.

Introduction to Transportation Risk Analysis

Introduction to freight transportation risk management framework, risk assessment concepts and methodologies.

Created by Rapik Saat, PhD, PMP - Professor, Consultant, Project Manager

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Students: 10178, Price: Free

Students: 10178, Price:  Free

What is the course about? This course provides an introduction to transportation risk analysis.

What kind of materials are included? It covers risk management framework, and risk assessment concepts and methodologies using examples based on railroad hazardous materials transportation risk.

How long will the course take to complete? The lectures can be completed in about 3 hours. Students are highly encouraged to complete optional assignments specified in the lectures. This would require additional 2-10 hours, depending on the level of complexity of the student-chosen transportation risk scenario.

How is the course structured? There are a set of 5-15 minute video lectures with optional assignments. Students are encouraged to publish their assignments online (e.g. using Google Doc) and share the link using the Q&A board for specific lectures.

Why take this course? This course will provide an ultralight, express introduction to transportation risk. This course is particularly suitable for managers, planners, engineers, other professionals or students who are or will be involved in transportation supply chain. Upon completion of this course, students will feel comfortable to support a transportation risk analysis project. Additional resources are specified throughout the lectures if students want to learn more.

Level of instructor involvement/availability: Students are highly encouraged to post questions and comments, and respond to those from other students using the Q&A board. Instructor will check and address unanswered questions/comments at least weekly.

Risk Management: An Introduction

An essential guide to understanding Risk Management

Created by Tanuja Yadav - Chartered Financial Analyst

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Students: 9706, Price: $19.99

Students: 9706, Price:  Paid

Risk—and risk management—is an inescapable part of economic activity. People generally manage their affairs in order to be as happy and secure as their environment and resources will allow. But regardless of how carefully these affairs are managed, there is risk because the outcome, whether good or bad, is seldom predictable with complete certainty. 

There is risk inherent in nearly everything we do, but this course will focus on economic and financial risk, particularly as it relates to investment management.

The questions that this course will address include the following:

  • What is risk management, and why is it important?
  • What risks does an organization (or individual) face in pursuing its objectives?
  • How are an entity’s goals affected by risk, and how does it make risk management decisions to produce better results?
  • How does risk governance guide the risk management process and risk budgeting to integrate an organization’s goals with its activities?
  • How does an organization measure and evaluate the risks it faces, and what tools does it have to address these risks?

This course is organized in five sections, the first section gives an Introduction to the concept of Risk Management, Section 2 describes the risk management process, and Section 3 discusses risk governance and risk tolerance. Section 4 covers the identification of various risks, and Section 5 addresses the measurement and management of risks. 

Introduction to Project Management for (Risk) Managers

Get Ready for Risk Management by Building a Strong Project Management Foundation

Created by Sorin Dumitrascu - Management trainer

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Students: 9456, Price: $89.99

Students: 9456, Price:  Paid

This course is aimed at providing an introduction to project management by PMBOK5 to all risk managers. If you intend to certify or maintain PMI certification you will get, including practice,the necessary PDU's.

At the end of this course you will be ready to take advanced risk management for project professionals courses and you will have an essential foundation of project management, which includes the following:

  1. Project and project management,
  2. Project processes and knowledge areas,
  3. Project integration management,
  4. Project scope management,
  5. Project time management,
  6. Project costs management,
  7. Project quality management,
  8. Project human resources management,
  9. Project risk management,
  10. Project communications management,
  11. Project procurement management, and
  12. Project stakeholder management.

The course was initially developed as an introduction to project management for risk managers, but is equally useful and necessary for all interested in heaving a project management overview, without spending 35 hours on it.This is also included in the longer Risk Management for Project Professionals course, so if you took that course you don't need it, unless you want to reinforce your learning.

The course includes video lectures and quizzes to test your knowledge, but also practical exercises presented in the WorkBook. These exercises are optional but highly recommended.So, if you want to build a project management foundation, this course is a good choice. Thank you! And, see you inside the course!

ISO 31000 – Enterprise Risk Management for the Professional

Create lasting change in your organization using risk management (ISO 31000:2018)

Created by Avrohom Gluck - Adjunct Professor, Manhattanville School of Prof. Studies

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Students: 7309, Price: $124.99

Students: 7309, Price:  Paid

  • Use risk to your advantage based on the internationally acclaimed ISO 31000 standard

  • Begin applying risk management to your organization within days, not months!

  • Learn how to motivate your employees/colleagues to manage risk on their own without constant prodding, cajoling and reminders!

  • Bolster your image as an authoritative, confident decision-maker by managing risk instead of letting it manage you!

  • Earn a certificate from Udemy upon course completion and use it in a LinkedIn post!

This course is backed by a 30-day refund policy. If you're not completed satisfied, simply request a refund through your dashboard.

Last updated May 2020

FRM Part 1 (2020) – Book 1 – Foundations of Risk Management

FRM Course by Prof. James Forjan

Created by Analyst Prep - Financial Education Company

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Students: 5359, Price: $34.99

Students: 5359, Price:  Paid

In this course, Prof. James Forjan, PhD summarizes each chapter from the Foundations of Risk Management book so you can learn or review all of the important concepts for your FRM part 1 exam. James Forjan has taught college-level business classes for over 25 years.

This course includes the following chapters:

1. The Building Blocks of Risk Management

2. How Do Firms Manage Financial Risk?

3. The Governance of Risk Management

4. Credit Risk Transfer Mechanisms

5. Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT) and the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM)

6. The Arbitrage Pricing Theory and Multifactor Models of Risk and Return

7. Risk Data Aggregation and Reporting Principles

8. Enterprise Risk Management and Future Trends

9. Learning From Financial Disasters

10. Anatomy of the Great Financial Crisis of 2007-2009

11. GARP Code of Conduct

Risk Management: Master FMEA/FMECA & Criticality from A to Z

Become an expert in Risk Analysis and Management by applying the most widely used and accepted methodology: FMEA/FMECA

Created by Marco CATANOSSI - Top 10% Instructor - MSc -CEng - Senior Consultant

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Students: 4163, Price: $119.99

Students: 4163, Price:  Paid

"Professional FMEA training with examples. Delivers a quality training for the full scope", Fred

"It was a good course, well laid out and detailed. The instructor provided very good examples and resources", Michelle

Course Description

With this course, you will be able to perform, at any level of detail and complexity, a complete Failure Mode and Effect Analysis, Criticality Analysis and Matrix, mastering indexes like Risk, Risk Priority Number, Failure Mode Failure Rate, etc.

Risk Management is an extremely fascinating field, since it helps in foresee and manage hazards and probabilities thereof.

Nowadays, this disciplines is widely used in many fields, and sometimes also required by the legislation. The most common use of risk management are:

- risk evaluation in product design, e.g. during medical devices and machinery design

- financial risk evaluation

- safety on workplace risk assessment 

- design and processes in automotive and aerospace 

- risk evaluation during potentially hazardous processes, like food production, and so on

- risk evaluation in project management

- process control techniques, e.g. six sigma 

We may resort to many different techniques for risk evaluation, however, the most widely used and accepted, is FMEA/FMECA, i.e. Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis.

This methodology follows a bottom-up approach, and starting from the failure of a component (or a phase if we are talking about a process), estimates the final effect and evaluates it consequences. Even if it seems easy to understand at a first sight because of its intuitive concept, actually, performing it thoroughly is not an easy matter, especially if you consider that, the FMEA/FMECA documentation often has a legal value, since you may be asked by the court in case of accidents to show it, in order to prove your design or process was performed with the user safety in mind.

+++++ Have a look at the course curriculum and at the intro lesson +++++

In this course we will study both FMEA and the Criticality Analysis, starting from the basic qualitative analysis to the more complex quantitative criticality analysis (and its representation with the criticality matrix) using modal failure rates, and effect conditional probability.

There are many version of FMEA/FMECA, and in order to provide the most useful and valuable learning experience to you, we will use as a reference the International Standards IEC 60812, "Analysis techniques for reliability - Procedure for failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA)" .

However, this standard cover very effectively only FMEA and the qualitative and semi-quantitative  FMECA, not providing much details on quantitative criticality analysis. Therefore, for the latter methodology, I will refer to the methodology borrowed from the US military Standard MIL-STD-1629, which provide a very accurate numerical methodology for the criticality calculation.

Which are also the approaches I use in my professional activity.

In the course, we will also talk about of Process FMEA, PFMEA, with a simplified  example on a cooking process, and of Design FMEA, DFMEA. We will provide various example, on electric toys, cooking process and various components. However you will get the most from the course if you work in the design field, in particular product design or electronic design, and you will find many examples in it.

HAVE A LOOK AT THE LESSONS AVAILABLE FOR FREE IN THE COURSE CURRICULUM !!!

As we said, FMEA/FMECA are very versatile tools, therefore, once learned its concepts, it will be easy to transfer it to other fields, therefore even if you are not exactly in the product development or electronics field, you will earn valuable information and concepts from this course.

At the end of the course, you will be able to perform, at any level of detail and complexity, a complete Failure Mode and Effect Analysis, and a  Criticality Analysis.

HAPPY LEARNING!!!

Introduction to risk management

Learn the fundamentals of risk management in less than three hours!

Created by Andrew Sheves - Risk, security and crisis manager

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Students: 3651, Price: Free

Students: 3651, Price:  Free

Start Your Risk Management Journey Here Today

Whether you are a risk manager just embarking on a new career, a member of a risk assessment project who wants some more background or an executive who wants to understand the background to the risk reports you receive, this is the place to start.

I've taken over 25 years of risk management experience and condensed the key elements into three sessions of less than 30 minutes each. These cover everything you need to get started including:

  • What is risk?

  • What are the key components of an individual risk.

  • How to write a risk statement

  • How to assess risks quantitively.

  • How to plan a risk assessment.

  • What options are there to mitigate risks?

The sessions provide the basic information you need to understand risk and the core elements of risk management. And because it's based on academic and practical experience, it's all actionable.

Plus the course is supported by downloadable tools and templates that you can put to immediate use in your own project.

Learn the fundamentals of risk management in less than three hours!

Risk Management PMI-RMP Real Practice Exams

Risk Management Professional.These tests are the gateway to above target.

Created by Alaa Sultan PgMP, PMP, RMP, M_o_R, OCP, 6Sigma, SFC, BSc.Eng. - Senior PM, PgMP, PMP, RMP, M_O_R, OCP, 6Sigma,SFC,BSc.Eng.

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Students: 3000, Price: $29.99

Students: 3000, Price:  Paid

This course contains two real PMI Risk Management Professional “PMI-RMP” exams which were created based on RISK PRACTICE STANDARD and PMBOK5.

The practice exam includes the right answer, the clarification for correct answer, the question reference in the PMBOK  and RISK PRACTICE STANDARD.

The practice exam included different examples of each type of the commonly found questions on the PMI-RMP Exam ; including the regular question,Monte Carlo questions, table question.

This course of "PMI-RMP" Real practice exam is best way for the PMI-RMP candidate to improve his knowledge and to see the areas of weakness and strength . 

Sports Safety & Risk Management

A Sports Safe Singapore

Created by Sports Safety -

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Students: 2664, Price: Free

Students: 2664, Price:  Free

Safety must be a fundamental component of our sporting culture and a prerequisite for a healthy lifestyle. In this course, learners will learn 5 rules to promote safety in sports and another 5 rules to manage risks in sports. These rules go a long way in ensuring the safety of the learners as well as the safety of others when engaging n sports activities.

Bitcoin Leverage Trading – The Secret to Risk Management!

Stop listening to YouTube "gurus" who use 50x or 100x leverage randomly and protect your Bitcoin now. Workbook included!

Created by cryptoSoup Learning - Free Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Research and Education

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Students: 2363, Price: Free

Students: 2363, Price:  Free

So many traders get this wrong and blow up their accounts fast! Why?

Well, trading involves three main components, each of them equally important for being a profitable trader.

  • Good technical analysis

  • Proper risk management

  • Psychology and emotional control

Of these three key components, this course is focused on the second one - risk management - and how most traders get this wrong and end up blowing up their accounts. This is not a TA course, nor a trading psychology training, so don't expect any indicators, strategies or mentoring. Instead, what many traders (especially beginners) tend to ignore is how to properly manage their risk, position sizing and leverage when trading Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies and other assets, in general.

Here's the structure of this course. It is very important that you do not skip any section/video/lecture!

  • Introduction

  • The Simple Math Behind a Profitable Risk:Reward Ratio Strategy

  • Risk Determines the Correct Position Size and Leverage. Not Vice Versa!

  • Bonus Section

In the end, please understand that the information in this course is NOT financial advice and we are NOT financial advisors. Also, we do not endorse any cryptocurrency, project, product or service mentioned throughout this course. We're just sharing our own cryptocurrency evaluation metrics and strategy, hoping it will bring some clarity in your crypto portfolio building process as well. Ultimately, it's solely your job to do your own research!

The content in this course is NOT sponsored, endorsed or recommended by any of the platforms, services, products or projects mentioned within.

Without further ado, grab a good coffee or tea and hit the Enroll button!

Let's get started!

Risk Management Professional: Prep for the PMI-RMP Exam

The official Risk Management Professional training that you need for the PMI-RMP exam

Created by Fahad Saadah - PMP, PMI-RMP

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Students: 2076, Price: $99.99

Students: 2076, Price:  Paid

This is the formal training course that you need in order to prepare for the PMI-RMP exam.

This training course has 14 hours on-demand video. This is the course duration that will appear on udemy's certificate of completion. I suggest that you also take my other PMI-RMP training course in order to accumulate 30 hours of training which is required by PMI. Please feel free to contact me for further details.

You do not need to take a training course provided by a PMI REP. The PMI will acknowledge training courses that are provided by a professional who is PMI-RMP in good standing.

Although I am not a PMI REP , I am a PMP and PMI-RMP in good standing who has delivered hundreds of training courses. These are my IDs

PMP #: 1201749
PMI-RMP #: 1742572

Please check the PMI Certification Registry. Search for my name as follows

Last Name: Saadeh
Country : Jordan

You can claim PDUs for this training course. The details are available in Section 13.

This training course will give you all the knowledge, skills, tools and techniques that you need in order to manage risks proactively, prepare for and pass the PMI-RMP exam.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

 

  • Describe and understand all Project Risk Management processes, as outlined in the PMI® PMBOK® Guide 5th  Edition

  • Gain the necessary information to prepare for the PMI® Risk Management Professional (PMI RMP®) Certification Exam

  • Use internationally-recognized  best practices for managing risks.

  • Avoid common risk management mistakes

  • Describe Risk Management principles and techniques and how they apply to the day-to-day management of projects and operations

  • Learn and use common risk management terminology

      Be more focused and proactive about preventing problems as opposed to dealing with them as they occur.

Risk Management PMI-RMP Appendix_D Practice Questions

Risk Management Professional. Appendix-D Questions.

Created by Alaa Sultan PgMP, PMP, RMP, M_o_R, OCP, 6Sigma, SFC, BSc.Eng. - Senior PM, PgMP, PMP, RMP, M_O_R, OCP, 6Sigma,SFC,BSc.Eng.

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Students: 1968, Price: $19.99

Students: 1968, Price:  Paid

This course contains two exams which were created based on RISK PRACTICE STANDARD Appendix D.

The practice exams includes the right answer, the clarification for correct answer, the question reference in the RISK PRACTICE STANDARD Appendix-D.

These practice exams is best way for the PMI-RMP candidate to improve his knowledge and to see the areas of weakness and strength in the RISK PRACTICE STANDARD Appendix D.

Informed Risk Taking : Risk Management Process – Analysis

Risk Management Strategies : Risk Analysis Techniques : Risk Management Principles : Risk Management Process : Methods

Created by Alex Sidorenko - Risk management professional

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Students: 1965, Price: $49.99

Students: 1965, Price:  Paid

Learn 15 practical steps on integrating risk management into decision making, business processes, organizational culture and other activities!

This course is not about doing risk assessments, building risk registers, heat maps or risk reports. None of these things have anything to do with proper risk management. This is what I call risk management 1 – risk management for external stakeholders (Board, auditors, regulators, government, credit rating agencies, insurance companies and banks). This course is about alternative, different take on risk management, it's about risk management 2 – risk management for the decision makers inside the company.

If there is one thing I learned in my previous role as Head of Risk of a multibillion-dollar sovereign investment fund, risk management is not about managing risks. It’s about helping management make strategic, operational and investment decisions with the risks in mind.

It sounds simple enough, but it’s anything but. Here are some of the lessons I had to learn the hard way:

A. Thinking about risks is not natural

B. Individual and corporate risks are not the same

C. Business decisions happen every day, not once a quarter

D. Integrating into business processes means knocking on people’s doors

Over the years, risk managers have tried various ways to get the business units to participate in the risk management process. Some simplified the risk identification and assessment methodologies, others complicated them. The result in both cases was the same – disappointment. Best case scenario – annual or quarterly risk assessments were perceived as a necessary evil with most employees ignoring them and few actively resisting.

Did it for example ever strike you as odd, that risk management is supposed to be a support function, yet business units are constantly required to provide the information to the risk managers and not the other way around? It almost feels like the business is there to support risk managers in doing their job.

Maybe, just maybe, it is time for the risk managers to stop living in a universe, where the business is regularly required to provide information, participate in risk assessments and to contribute to lengthy discussions about risk mitigation. After all, this does not make business sense. Why would business units take the time away from making money to supply risk managers with all this information? The only logical answer is because they must, it’s a compliance issue. And this is where it gets interesting, risk managers have for years been telling us that it’s not about compliance, it’s about generating business value. Something doesn’t add up. If an activity takes time and resources and doesn’t have an immediate impact on business decisions or business processes, something is clearly wrong.

Join me to discover how to integrate risk management principles into day to day decisions, change how investments are done, change how strategy and budgets are set and change the very culture of the organization. 

BONUS:

- 4 future trends

- How to integrate risk management into strategic planning

- How to integrate risk management into decision making

#managerisk #riskmanagement #riskanalysis #decisionmaking #riskacademy #iso31000 #cosoerm #erm #risk

Risk Management using Failure Modes Effects Analysis (Ed-2)

Conduct Detailed Risk Assessments | Build Failproof Processes using FMEA | Manufacturing | Banking | Info Security

Created by Nilakantasrinivasan Janakiraman - Customer Experience & Business Transformation Leader

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Students: 1850, Price: $34.99

Students: 1850, Price:  Paid

SECOND EDITION (2019)

Key Changes

  • Includes case study examples for Manufacturing, Transaction Processing, Banking, Info Security

  • Covers Update on AIAG VDA 2019 FMEA Revision

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Is a glorious failure is better than a petty success? I’m all for the petty success. A glorious failure leads to nothing; a petty success may lead to a success that is not petty - Arnold Bennett.

Every action or in-action in Business involves a potential risk. As a manager of a process, an entrepreneur or a sales manager, you can scoop up success and avoid failures with your tact and vigil. But that will consume you energy and time, leaving you exhausted.

Instead a systematic approach to identifying and managing potential issues in your business processes can mean better & consistent business results and ‘peace of mind’. 

The aim of this course is to allow you to understand the foundation skills in Risk Management beyond today's hype and buzzwords—and describes how an entrepreneur, business manager can turn their firefighting efforts into proactive actionable insights. A novice to risk management will equally benefit through this course.

Unlike many foundation course, this course quickly deep dives to a Risk Management Tool used by NASA called Failure Modes & Effects Analysis (FMEA) and shows how best to apply it to specific business problems and opportunities within their organization.

There is more than 1 reason to consider this course:

  1. Receive FMEA Certification on successful completion of project work (details included)

  2. Free FMEA Template and Step-by-Step instructions covered in detail

  3. Examples for various industries including Manufacturing and Services included

By the end of the course, you will be able to apply the FMEA to any specific situation of your process or business and effectively eliminate/reduce associates risks by carrying out the following steps:

  • Proactively identify all potential issues across the business

  • Analyze impact of the each issue, its occurrence & existing control mechanisms

  • Prioritize risk that need immediate action

  • Systematically plan response/mitigation plan

  • Implement and reassess

  • Monitoring and control risks ongoing basis

Enterprise Risk Management and ISO 31000

Learn how to make better decisions in the increasingly uncertain business environment.

Created by Antonio Miguel - International Consultant & Trainer

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Students: 1614, Price: $49.99

Students: 1614, Price:  Paid

Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) provides a framework for organizations to deal with and to react to uncertainty. By identifying and proactively addressing risks and opportunities, business enterprises protect and create value for their stakeholders, including owners, employees, customers, regulators, and society overall.

This is a practical introductory course in Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and ISO 31000, the global risk management standard. It uses real life practical examples to bring to life the way risk management works in practice. Students will learn risk management tools and techniques They can immediately apply at work.

The course is divided in four parts:

  • Part 1 - Introduction to Risk Management
  • Part 2 - Overview of Risk Management Standards
  • Part 3 - ISO 31000 and Risk Management Processes
  • Part 4 - Risk Culture

Each part includes exercises and/or case studies for a deeper and more effective understanding of the processes, tolls and techniques explained, as well as a simple quiz test to check your understanding of the subjects. All the slides are supplied as PDF documents.

In total, the course has 21 lectures, 4 quiz tests, 8 technical and managerial support documents, and 3 case studies. Also, there are several exercises to be done by the student in each section.

At the end of the course you will be awarded a certificate of completion granting 14 PDUs for PMI certification purposes. 

If students want to apply to the International Certificate in Risk Management of the Institute of Risk Management, this course will be a valuable leverage.

Who should attend this course? Let me help you:

  • Are you a manager, a supervisor, a project manager, or a team leader concerned with making decisions taking into account the risks involved?
  • Are you an auditor, a safety practitioner, a risk practitioner or an insurance manager?
  • Are you a student of management or IT sensitive to the risks involved in decision making?

If you answered Yes to any of the above categories, this course is for you.

If you have any questions, please send an email to: antonio.miguel@pmskills.com. I will answer you back in a short time.

Enterprise Risk Management

Develop the Risk Based Thinking for your Business Processes | Apply ERM in 5 Simple Steps to any Business

Created by Sandeep Kumar ­ - Experienced Quality Manager • Six Sigma Coach • Consultant

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Students: 1602, Price: $99.99

Students: 1602, Price:  Paid

This course teaches the concepts of Risk Management in a simple to understand language. In addition to the basic definition and fundamental concepts related to Risk Management, this course also teaches how to implement Risk Management in an organization.

Five steps of managing risk include:  Planning for Risk Management, Identifying Risks, Analyzing Risks, Planning Risk Response and Implementing, and Monitoring and Controlling Risks.

Identified risks are recorded in the risk register. These risks are analyzed using quantitative or qualitative techniques. One qualitative technique which is commonly used in Probability and Impact Matrix. I have explained this easy to use in detail in this course. 

I have also included a template of Risk Register, which can help you get started with the implementation of Risk Management in your organization.

Risks could be negative or positive (opportunity). What are the approaches to address positive and negative risks?

ISO 9001:2015 requires Risk-Based Thinking to be applied to all processes.

Section 01: Introduction to Risk Management

  • A Defining Risk

  • B Risk vs. Issue

  • C Risk Appetite and Tolerance

  • D Defining Risk Management

  • E Risk Management Principles

  • F Application of Risk Management

Section 02: Five Simple Steps

  • A Plan Risk Management Risk

  • B Identify Risks

  • C Analyze Risks

  • D Plan and Implement Risk Responses

  • E Monitor and Control Risks

Section 03: Conclusion

  • A Risk Register

  • B Risk Based Thinking

  • C Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA)

The Risk Management Certification Program (PMI-RMP) (PMBOK6)

Planning Risk Management, Identifying Risk, Analyzing Risk and Responding to Risk by PMBOK6

Created by Sorin Dumitrascu - Management trainer

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Students: 1444, Price: $99.99

Students: 1444, Price:  Paid

Welcome to the Risk Management Certification Program (PMI-RMP). The Program is PMBOK6 aligned and includes the courses on Planning Risk Management, Identifying Risk, Analyzing Risk and Responding to Risk.

In the Planning Risk Management section of this program on the project risk management knowledge area we're going to learn about how to plan for risks on a project to make sure that when negative things do happen, we're ready for them.

The Identifying Risk covers the inputs you need to look at in order to identify risks. And how to use several techniques, such as Data Analysis methods, like SWOT Analysis, and Assumption, and Constraint Analysis, to help you develop an effective risk register.

In the Analyzing Risk section, we'll examine the two risk analysis processes of the project risk management knowledge area, namely, perform qualitative risk analysis and perform quantitative risk analysis.

The Responding to Risk covers the final three processes in the project risk management knowledge area. Plan risk responses, implement risk responses and monitor risks. You'll learn about some common risk response strategies and how to monitor and control risks as they occur.

All instructional activities will earn you the necessary for PMI certification and credential maintenance if you already are a certified PMI Risk Management Professional or Project Management Professional.

So, if you are a project professional and you want to improve your risk management skills, this course is for you. If you are an entrepreneur, a student, a manager or, you just want to learn and develop risk management skills, this course is for you.

Now, go ahead and press that "Take this course" button and see you on the inside!

Supply Chain Risk Management

Learn to Minimise Disruptions, Reduce Risk and Make your Supply Chain Resilient

Created by Operational Excellence Training - Industrial Management Courses

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Students: 1416, Price: $99.99

Students: 1416, Price:  Paid

RISK MANAGEMENT must be on the radar screen of every business management team and organisation - from top to bottom. From planning to documentation, from risk identification to hazard assessment, from global risk management strategies to the key role of supply chain management, this course contains plenty of practical, relevant information and best practices for managing the unknown.

Just as it is impossible to totally prevent most disasters and disruptions, it is unrealistic to assume that they will happen to other companies but not to yours. Being prepared when things happen is just plain good business. Failure to plan for such events can lead to supply chain disruptions that can devastate company performance, damage profitability and stock prices, and result in irreparable harm to the organisation. The consequences can also result in cascading damage to every business and organisation relying on the timely receipt of your goods and services that enable them to continue meeting their customers’ needs.

By blending organisational capabilities emanating from people, processes, and technology, the firm can embrace a supply chain security orientation and effectively protect itself and its supply chain assets from damage and/or destruction caused by internal and external threats.

By completing this course, you'll be armed with the valuable and practical skills you need to develop and implement an Effective Supply Chain Risk Management program, improve your business operations performance, and make your supply chain secure and resilient.

ISO 31000:2018 – Enterprise Risk Management Awareness Course

Free Awareness Course on latest ISO 31000:2018 international standard on risk management framework for organizations

Created by Exoexcellence Training Resources - Management System, Process Excellence, Lean & Six Sigma

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Students: 1199, Price: Free

Students: 1199, Price:  Free

ISO 31000 is the international standard on Risk Management framework for organizations, businesses, and companies. The latest standard was released in 2018 by the ISO with some fundamental considerations of important issues such as Leadership, Integration, etc. The awareness course covers the intention of the standard, basics about risk management, and some important terms and definitions along with the principles of risk management. The course will introduce learners to the scope of the standard and where it can be applied.

What you will learn when you take this online course (Course Objectives):

  • The publication of the new ISO 31000:2018 standard

  • The specific differences between old and new editions

  • Revision specifics of the new standard

  • The Standard's compatibility with any organization

  • Important Terms of Risk Management in Standard

  • Risk Management Principles

NOTICE: Please note that this ISO 31000:2018 standard is copyright protected. A standard copy will NOT be issued with this course.

Ask Questions & Report Complaints: A discussion forum on the right side of this course can be used to discuss specific queries and report problems you are facing about the content of the course.

Take this course: Follow the “Take This Course" Button by clicking at the Top Right Hand Side of the Page. Proceed with the instructions and follow them to register and pay for the course.

Risk Management for Quality and Safety

Learn How to Perform Risk Assessment Like Pros

Created by Mohammed Saeed - Safety and Health Engineer, Trainer

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Students: 999, Price: $59.99

Students: 999, Price:  Paid

Risk Assessment is a legal requirement, and a very important process to be performed in any workplace, it is simply like planning ahead, what would we do to prevent harm from happening, and how we could prevent any losses in man or equipment, and to achieve optimum profit from the industrial process.

  • Risk Assessment done only by competent persons, and that exactly what you will become after finishing this course.
  • Risk Assessment is a legal requirement, without it the organisation maybe punished by the government.
  • In cases of accidents and losses, you better have your risk assessment ready, otherwise you're in a big legal trouble.
  • Being a risk assessor will make you a high value for any organisation.
  • This course is - without doubt - a huge addition to your resume.

Overview to Risk Management (How about a career in Risk?)

Understand how the ISO31000 global standard can help you better manage risks in your personal and work life

Created by Daman Dev Sood - COO - Continuity & Resilience

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Students: 658, Price: Free

Students: 658, Price:  Free

Risk Management is a great career opportunity, and even more so given the COVID-19 pandemic. Effective Risk Managers can help the organization grow and achieve difficult organisational goals. I have trained around hundreds of risk professionals, and my observation is that most of them have excellent risk professionals, but the team size is too small, just 1-2, and that is because they cannot find the right people to hire. There is a huge need for more high-quality professionals who can help organisations to mange the risks that need to be taken, in order to grow.

My ‘Overview to Risk Management’ is an introductory course designed to help students decide if Risk is an area that you may to take up as a career. Running time of this course is 46 minutes, but including exercises, you may take over one hour to complete it (you can take breaks and complete it at your own pace). The course provides an introduction to Risk Management over 7 lectures which cover key topics (what is risk,  the need for Risk Management, the ISO 31000 methodology and roadmap, and next steps to start your Risk Management implementation).

My approach in this course is to have the participants answer various exercises with an intention to help them increase their own understanding. For example, I have provided resources which show you over 10 definitions of risk - and even this may not be a complete and comprehensive list! The above answers are provided just to give you a sample of some possibilities. The intention in the exercises is to ensure that those who are attending this this course are encouraged to come up with their own answers - as many as possible.

Once you have completed this exercise, kindly give me your feedback. I hope this course helps you get some new ideas and the commitment to come up with some action steps for you to implement. Best of luck!

Fixed Income Analytics: Pricing and Risk Management

With Python Tools for Bonds and Money Market Instruments

Created by Cameron Connell - Mathematician, Statistician, and Quantitative Financier

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Students: 657, Price: $89.99

Students: 657, Price:  Paid

The fixed income markets are central to the modern economy, and are arguably the most central and influential markets in the entire financial system.  Indeed, interest rates, the most important prices in the entire economy, are set in the bond and money markets. A famous and colorful lament from then President-Elect Bill Clinton in 1993 lead his aide, James Carville, to declare that in his next life he wanted to come back as something really influential: the bond market.

This course, which assumes no knowledge of finance, and with minimal math requirements (business school calculus is more than enough) will be useful for financial professionals who wish to go to the next level with their understanding of the fixed income markets, and for quantitative professionals from other fields who are interested in learning something about finance.  If you're looking for one segment of the capital markets to start an exploration of finance, you can't go wrong with the fixed income markets.

What You Will Learn:

This course teaches quantitative and rigorous techniques for pricing fixed income securities and for analyzing and managing the risks they are exposed to.  We will develop techniques for the analysis of treasury bonds, treasury bills, strips, and repurchase agreements, as well as for bond portfolios.

More than any other asset class, fixed income securities are exposed to risks associated with interest rates.  Moreover, the linkage between fixed income assets and interest rates is very tight.  Thus, by necessity, we will also develop methods for the analysis of interest rates.  We will explore the close linkage between fixed income instruments and interest rates, and we will review the main theories of interest rate term structure.

The pricing of fixed income securities is one of the core objectives of the course.  We will go well beyond pricing in the analysis of the risks fixed income securities are exposed to. We will treat the classic measures of interest rate risk: dollar duration, DV01, duration, and convexity, and we will see how to use them for real risk management applications.

In the end, everything in this course is driven by applications, and there are applications galore.  We will cover trading applications, like riding the yield curve and rate level trading.  And we will study risk management techniques like immunization, and applications in asset/liability management.

Includes Python tools

Python based tools are now included for computing bond prices and risk measures, and constructing interest rates and yield curves.  All software that is part of this course is released under a permissive MIT license, so students are free to take these tools with them and use them in their future careers, include them in their own projects, whether open source or proprietary, anything you want!

So Sign Up Now!

Accelerate your finance career by taking this course, and advancing into quantitative finance.  With 15 hours of lectures, extensive problem sets, and Python codes implementing the course material, not to mention a 30 day money back guarantee, you can't go wrong!

Risk Management: Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment

Risk Management: Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment (HIRA), Hazard Control & Mitigation, Risk Evaluation Techniques

Created by HSE-Q Training International - A Trusted Name in Courses Related to HSE and Quality

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Students: 575, Price: $19.99

Students: 575, Price:  Paid

We are living in a world where we are facing hazards every day and everywhere, the moment you wake up and went to the washroom, start your car drive to work, and work at an office and then come back home, you will bump into thousands of hazards including from slipping and tripping at home or reckless drivers on roads or any of the others depending on the type of work you are involved in. When we look at the industry we can see many dangerous processes going on, there are machines with moving parts, high-temperature procedures, people working at height handling sharp equipment and working in underground tunnels and mines, they are facing many hazards which can cause them near misses, injuries and in extreme cases deaths. Thus there is a need for Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment (HIRA) techniques.

Risk Assessment techniques must be understood in order for careful assessment of risk assessment if you are made responsible for risk assessment in your department you must be able to know what are the primary sources of hazards and how to evaluate those hazard by grading of likelihood and severity.

You don't need to be an expert level health and safety professional in order to carry out this job, however, you must be aware of HIRA which you will study in this course.

Key Takeaways - Students will be going to learn practically the making of a hazard risk assessment sheet from the scratch, the risk assessment sheet prepared in Microsoft Excel is the tool which I have developed for a logistics firm where I have worked as an HSEQ Manager. It is an excel based sheet with formulas you can download it from the downloadable resources tab of this lecture.

Risk Management

A simple, powerful guide to risk management perfect for any organization or quality system like ISO 9001 or as9100.

Created by Eagle Force - Management Systems Consulting

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Students: 535, Price: $19.99

Students: 535, Price:  Paid

This course covers everything you need for a viable Risk Management process in your organization. The concepts covered in this course are universally applicable to all types of organizations. This course is designed to rapidly equip you with the tools necessary to successfully manage risk. You'll learn how to:

  1. Identify Risk
  2. Analyze risk to determine source and corrective action
  3. Rate risk depending on severity and occurrence likelihood
  4. Most importantly, this course teaches how to reduce and control risk

Gain confidence as you learn how to easily manage the uncertainty all organizations face in completing objectives.

Risk Management 101

Learn the fundamentals of Risk Management in this free lesson

Created by Simon Di Nucci - The Safety Artisan

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Students: 285, Price: Free

Students: 285, Price:  Free

Hi everyone,

Welcome to Risk Management 101, where we're going to go through these basic concepts of risk management. We're going to break it down into the constituent parts and then we're going to build it up again and show you how it's done. I've been involved in risk management, project risk management, safety risk management, etc., for a long, long time. I hope that I can put my experience to good use, helping you in whatever you want to do with this information.

Maybe you're getting an interview. Maybe you want to learn some basics and decide whether you want to know more about risk management or not. Whatever it might be, I think you'll find this short session really useful. I hope you enjoy it and thanks for watching.

Topics for this Session, Risk Management 101:

  • Hazard Identification.

  • Hazard Analysis.

  • Risk Estimation.

  • Risk [and ALARP] Evaluation.

  • Risk Reduction.

  • Risk Acceptance.

Risk Management is “The systematic application of management policies, procedures and practices to the tasks of Hazard Identification, Hazard Analysis, Risk Estimation, Risk and ALARP Evaluation, Risk Reduction and Risk Acceptance.”

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Risk Management Professional – PMI-RMP Practice Exam.

General Questions Tests + Tools /Techniques (Appendix-D) Questions Tests

Created by Ahmed Atif Sherif - Project Control Engr.| PMP®| PMI-RMP®| PMO-CP®| PRMG

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Students: 137, Price: $19.99

Students: 137, Price:  Paid

•  These practice tests will help you know if you are ready to take the exam, or identify if you need to spend more study time on any of the project risk management processes (chapters).  Most of the ideas of the real exam questions are covered in these practice tests, even those are not clarified well in the "Practice Standard for Project Risk Management" nor "PMBOK Guide".

•  Many tools and techniques have been developed and are in widespread use to support the Project Risk Management processes. Some techniques can be used in more than one Project Risk Management process.
In the PMI-RMP exam you will see many questions about tools and techniques, although is not clarified well or even mentioned in the "Practice Standard for Project Risk Management" nor PMBOK Guide, 5th Edition. (for example: Latin Hypercube, Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP)….etc.)
These practice tests will help you to understand all tools and techniques and you will be able to solve related questions in the real exam.

•  Tell this moment the PMI-RMP exam is not updated yet , This course is structured as per the PMBOK Guide, 5th. Edition , It's expected to follow the PMBOK Guide, 6th Edition updates and the new Risk Management Practice Standard in the 3rd. quarter of 2021.

•  Each Practice Exam contains 50 to 55 Questions and should be completed in 1 hour approximately. This way is acceptable by many students to avoid boredom and difficulty sitting for many hours in complete concentration without any distraction (ex: a phone call).

•  Each question has only one best answer. Mark it on your answer sheet by filling in the circle next to it.

•  You will find a justification for the answer with the reference in the Practice Standard for Project Risk Management or the PMBOK Guide 5th edition.

•  I will update and add more questions depending on your rating.