On 01st of June 2018, the “Project Risk Management” course for the 3rd year students of the International Faculty of Sheffield University was concluded. This workshop based course started on 02nd of March with 16 students of 7 different countries (such as Armenia, Turkey, FYROM, Greece, Albania, Bulgaria & Kosovo) so as to provide knowledge concerning the principles and the procedures of Project Risk Management in business world according to PMI standards. All participants were students of Business Administration & Economy Department of the International Faculty of Sheffield University.
During the 5 days of the workshop, participants examined a number of real case studies about Identify Stakeholders, How to create a Risk Management Plan, How to Identify Risks and also How to conduct Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Analysis, Plan Risk Responses and Control Risks processes.
From the beginning, the participants executed a workshop where they applied, step by step, in practise all the theory of Risk Management
Moreover, during these sessions, the students in teams of 3, presented the key points of each day as well as a respective case study of the theory of Risk Management:
On 01st of June 18, the students concluded the course by participating in the final exam of the course which was planned in a way so as to be a simulation of the exam for the PMI-RMP certification.
I wish them all the best of luck in their personal and professional life and until the end of the year to become PMI-RMP holders!
Note: “PMI”, “PMP”, and “PMBOK Guide” are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.