Course Aim and Purpose
Project management has emerged as one of the most popular career fields in the 20th century. It encompasses and touches every facet and business unit of the organisation from human resources to finance and information technology or services.
The Project Risk Management Course strives to maximise personal development, grow management and leadership skills and contribute to positive economic change in the countries from which students are drawn.
The course is designed for individuals with little or no project management experience, as well as for technically qualified people from all fields who require specific practical skills in project management. This short course is also ideal for the person who has successfully completed a post-matric qualification in another field of study, but whose career path has developed into the field of project management.
At the end of this short course, you should have gained:
- An overall understanding of project risk management
- Knowledge on how to identify risks
- Insight on how to handle project risks
- Knowledge on how to monitor and control risks
The Community Project Risk Management course requires completion of:
Lesson 1: Introduction to Project Risk Management
Lesson 2: Risk Management
Lesson 3: Risk Identification
Lesson 4: Risk Analysis
Lesson 5: Risk Response
Lesson 6: Risk Control
Lesson 7: Course Assignments
This short course is free to enrol and complete. An end of course assignment review feedback report is issued on successfully completion of this course and submission of the end of course assignment. Should you require a certificate, you can request for one at a cost of $5.99 for a digital certificate in PDF format and $24.99 for a physical version hard copy certificate.
The officially branded and security-marked Watsan Training Certificate is a great way to share your achievement with the world. It is also ideal for sharing with potential employers and an indication of your commitment to continuously learn, upskill and achieve high results.
Take the course for free and decide whether or not you’ll choose to pay for a certificate.