QAI eLearning Logo  
QAI elearning - A Division of QAI
QAI logo
  Home About Us Products and Solutions Organizations FAQs Contact Us  

Products and Solutions


Project Management


An Introduction to Risk Management

RM100: An Introduction to Risk Management
 Duration: 3 hours |  List Price: USD 24 |  Delivery Mode: eLearning
Buy online Buy online


Though risk management is based on common sense and is employed to some degree by all project managers, it can be made more effective by usage of formal techniques, methods, and tools.

An Introduction to Risk Management course includes:

  • Overview to Risk management
  • Risk Identification
  • Risk Analysis
  • Risk Planning
  • Risk Tracking
  • Risk Control
  • Communication

Course Benefits

This course will enable you to:

  • Understand and implement Software Engineering Institute's (SEI) Continuous Risk Management paradigm.
  • Describe the tools and methods used for identifying risks.
  • Discuss strategies to analyze risks in project development and implementation.
  • Understand effective risk mitigation strategies to deliver projects on time, within budget, and with the desired quality.
  • Understand the concept of risk tracking.
  • Identify control mechanisms used to tackle existing risks and to prevent reoccurrence of risks.
  • Describe instruments for effective risk communication.

You receive a certificate of completion after successfully completing this course.

Content Brief

Risk management is the art of identifying, planning, tracking, re-planning, resolving the risks so that the chances of success of the project are increased.

Risk management helps in providing reasonable assurance, not complete control, avoiding surprises, minimizing cost overruns, and enabling better risk prioritization and handling.

A clear understanding of qualitative and quantitative approaches to risk management helps you transition from a "fire fighting" to "proactive decision making" environment. It also helps you understand, manage, and mitigate the risks in project development and implementation.

Target Audience: The target audience for this course includes project managers, team leaders, project team members, QA, EPG/ SEPG, and testers.
Prerequisites: None

QAI Global Institute offers special incentives for purchases from developing nations and universities and discounts on bulk purchases.

  RM100: An Introduction to Risk Management
  Software Configuration Management
  Software Quality Management
  Software Testing
  Software Engineering
  Software Project Management
  Software Testing
  Software Estimation
  Software Process Management
  Test Engineering
  Business Process Outsourcing
  IT Service Management
  Project Management
QAI Global Institute is IEEE Education Partner
PMP® Aspire - Your pathway to become a PMP
Click here for larger image.
  I have completed the course, it was a good experience learning online. Priyanka Saini
Systems Operations, Delhi
  I found this course, ‘Outsourcing Project Work’ very informative and referred the same to my younger brother too.
R. Kapur
Senior Software Engineer,
HCL Technologies Ltd.
  I liked the first course of Software Engineering so much that I am enrolling in for another.
Daniel Stonebarger
Student, United States
  QAI Global Institute course does what it claims.
Schjon Aster
Asteroyds Consulting, Canada
CMM IntegrationSM, SCAMPISM, SCAMPISM Lead Appraiser, TSPSM, and IDEALSM are service marks of Carnegie Mellon University. CMMI®, Capability Maturity Model®, Capability Maturity Modeling®, CMM® and Carnegie Mellon® are registered in the US Patent and Trademark Office by Carnegie Mellon University. ITIL® is a Registered Trade Mark of the Cabinet Office (HM, Govt of UK) in the United Kingdom and other countries. CBTL and CBQA are service marks of QAI India Ltd. "PMI®" and the PMI® logo are service and trademarks registered in the United States and other nations. "PMP®" and the PMP® logo are certification marks registered in the United States and other nations.
© QAIeLearning and its licensors.