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Principles of Risk Management for Project Practitioners (via W.W. Mentorprises)

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Saturday, June 17, 2017, 08:00am - 04:30pm

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Post University
North Hall Building - Room 212
800 Country Club Road,
Waterbury, CT (click here for directions)

2 Day Course - Saturdays: 06/17/17 and 06/24/17

 

Agenda:
8:00 - 8:30am  Registration and Networking
8:30 - 4:30pm  Principles of Risk Management Course

Costs: Early Bird Regular
SNEC Members * $649 $699
Non-SNEC Members ** $749 $799

* Note: SNEC Members must LOGIN to website prior to registering to obtain their $100 discount

Early Bird Discount – Save $50 if you register by May 21st, 2017

Registration closes:
Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at Midnight

** If you belong to another PMI chapter, and are in good standing, you may pay the member price. Please contact the PM of the class for the discount code.

Standard PMI membership is currently $139 with SNEC chapter membership cost at $25 for a total of $164. Join today at www.pmi.org. Note: If you are a new SNEC member, please allow 2-3 business days for PMI to process your membership and notify us of your eligibility for member discount.

 

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The PM for this event is:
Linda Benedict, Continuing Education Member at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

SNEC-PMI is proud to partner with W. W. Mentorprises to provide an advanced class on Principles of Risk Management for Project Practitioners in Waterbury, CT. This 2-day event is an intermediate-to-advanced level course for those who wish to expand their skills to identify and manage risks more effectively.

The course will take place on two consecutive Saturdays: June 17 and June 24, 2017 from 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM. Check-in/Networking to start at 8:00AM on both days.

Target audience: Project managers, program managers, executive sponsors, functional managers, operations managers, project leaders, project team members and other key stakeholders.

Course Description: Every business copes with uncertainty, but today’s risks have become increasingly complex. Global competition, political turbulence, rapidly evolving technology and growing regulartory concerns have heightened the importance of risk management. A strong understanding of risk management principles, methods and techniques is a vital skill for any business professional. Due to their uncertain nature, all projects are risky, so it makes sense that effective risk management can be a major contributor to success at the project and program level. The successful project, program, or portfolio manager should know how to anticipate the likelihood and potential impact of different risk scenarios, and should have the tools to plan for, and develop effective responses to both positive and negative risks.

Course instruction will be supplemented with real-world examples, team exercises and case studies to demonstrate risk evaluation techniques, contingency plan development, and risk response strategies. The principles to be taught can be applied to projects in any industry or functional area.

The course will cover:

  • The project risk management process
  • Benefits and uses of risk data
  • Planning for project risk
  • Scope, schedule and resource risks
  • Managing project constraints
  • Updating plans and assessing options
  • Searching for missing risks
  • Qualitative and quantitative Risk Analysis
  • Managing risks at the activity vs. the project level
  • Selecting and implementing project metrics
  • Monitoring risky projects and responding to project issues
  • Risk communication
  • Post project surveys
  • Program, Portfolio and Enterprise risk management

Included in the cost are instructional materials, case studies and textbook, morning coffee/water, lunch with beverages and an afternoon snack.

Talent Triangle

PDU Info: You will need to record and self-report your PDU's for this activity. Following the guidelines of the new CCR program and the PMI Talent Triangle®, the PDU's for this course can be applied as follows:

Principles of Risk Management for Project Practitioners - PDUs

Certification Total PDUs Technical Leadership Strategic
PMP 14 7 4 3
PgMP 14 7 4 3
PMI-RMP 14 7 4 3
PMI-SP 9 2 4 3
PMI-ACP 11 4 4 3
PfMP 11 4 4 3
PMI-PBA 10 3 4 3

 

Instructors: Tom McCabe & Joyce Brown
Tom McCabe and Joyce Brown are managing directors of W. W. Mentorprises, Inc. (WWM), a Connecticut corporation. Their company specializes in the project management and quality arenas, where they offer services including curriculum development, publishing, professional training and certifications, academic instruction, consulting, and owner's representative / construction management.

Prior to forming their company, Tom held a number of positions in the Financial Services and IT arenas for several global financial institutions. Joyce was an operations executive specializing in logistics, construction, security, production and manufacturing. Both Tom and Joyce also have experience as consulting managers with Big 4 Consulting firms; Joyce in a Retail / Wholesale industry practice and Tom in an e-Infrastructure Practice.

Tom holds a B.S. in business administration from Fordham University and a Masters Certificate in project management from George Washington University's School of Business and Public Management. He maintains certifications as: a Project Management Professional (PMP®) from PMI®; a Certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt (CSSMBB®) from the Harrington Institute, and a Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) from Scrum Alliance, Inc. He was a co-founder of PMI's eBusiness Specific Interest Group and formerly served as its chairman & executive advisory chair. He also served as vice-chairman of programs for PMI's Program Management Office, and Financial Services, Specific Interest Groups.

Joyce holds a B.A. degree from Vanderbilt University and a M.B.A. from Middle Tennessee State University. She is a PMP® as well as a Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) from the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®)

 

 

REGISTRATION POLICY

Please register online to ensure an accurate count and reserve a spot at this event. Seating is limited, and no walk-ins will be allowed.

CANCELLATION POLICY

If the event is cancelled by SNEC-PMI and is not being rescheduled, the pre-registered participants will be notified via an email broadcast and a full refund will be processed. If the event is rescheduled and the pre-registered participant cannot attend the new date, SNEC-PMI will process a full refund.

For any individual cancellations, please notify the PM of the event. Any user requested cancellation prior to registration ending, will be refunded the amount paid, minus a 10% cancellation fee. SNEC-PMI does not provide refunds for any user requested cancellations after the registration deadline or for No-Shows.

WEATHER-RELATED CANCELLATION POLICY

In the event that inclement weather is forecast for the time of the event, a cancellation decision will be made prior to the scheduled event.

If the meeting is cancelled, registered participants will be notified of the cancellation via an email broadcast. We will also endeavor to get meeting cancellation notices broadcast by local media. Notification of the re-scheduled event or refund will also be communicated via an email broadcast.

If a decision is made to hold the meeting, our normal cancellation policy (above) will be in effect, i.e. there will be a 10% cancellation fee for any individual cancellation requests prior to the registration deadline. We do not refund any individual requests after the registration deadline or for no-shows.

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