Achieving the objectives in the presence of uncertainty is a requirement of most projects. Project risk management involves the processes of identification and analysis of risk events, and the development of response and control plans to deal with these events. In this course, emphasis is placed on the active management of risk throughout the project, through regular monitoring and re-evaluation of risks, and the implementation of risk responses. This workshop incorporates principles aligning to the FMEA (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis) method. The analysis incorporates failure causes for potential or actual errors or defects in a process, design or item affecting the customer and the consequences of those failures.
Upon completion of this course you will gain an understanding of:
ABOUT THIS SPECIAL PDU DAY:
Please note that this workshop is part of our special PDU (Professional Development Units) Series. In order to bring this excellent workshop to our clients for such a reasonable investment, these PDU days typically have a SPONSOR who provides their corporate facility for the day and these sessions do not include refreshments. These workshops are designed to provide great knowledge coupled with the opportunity to network with other peers. You can expect these PDU days to have between 15 and 30 participants and thus are facilitated ‘conference’ style.
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