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Getting PMI-RMP® Certified in 5 Steps:

PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® Certification
The Project Management Institute Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® certification is dedicated to specializing in project risk management and so target primary already project risk managers or people who wants to become one. Nevertheless any project managers could highly benefit from this certification and it is a good complementary for already PMPs for instance.
The PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® highlights your ability to identify and assess project risks, mitigate threats and capitalize on opportunities. In this capacity, you enhance and protect the needs of your organization.

Who Should Apply?
If you have advanced knowledge and experience in risk management, or if you are a project manager focused on project risk management, including for large projects and/or complex environments, then the PMI-RMP® is an excellent choice for you.
You will need to study Chapter 11 of the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), and other sources to prepare for the exam.

Here are the stops how to:

Step 1: Get familiar with the basic resources:
• Review the ? PMI-RMP handbook
• Review the ? Exam Content Outline
The PMI-RMP has 170 questions; 150 are scored and the others are pretest questions. The exam is split among PMI’s Five Domains of Risk Management, which are:
o Risk Strategy and Planning:
19-20 percent. Concerns tasks and processes for selecting and developing risk management procedures and tools, producing the risk management plan, and setting procedures for evaluating risks and updating the risk management plan. Be familiar with the parts of the risk management plan, especially its inputs.
o Stakeholder Engagement:
19-20 percent. Activities related to getting stakeholders and project team members on board with risk management. These tasks are important to develop a team-wide, and even organization-wide, commitment to risk management. Be familiar with risk communication procedures, enterprise environmental factors and organizational process assets, and risk tolerance evaluation.
o Risk Process Facilitation:
25-28 percent. Activities related to executing the risk management strategy. Be familiar with qualitative and quantitative risk analysis tools and techniques, estimating probability and impact, and developing contingency reserves.
o Risk Monitoring and Reporting:
19-20 percent. Activities related to evaluating risk response against data gathered, updating stakeholders and the project team on risks, and continuously improving risk management. Be familiar with data gathering and management techniques and communications management.
o Perform Specialized Risk Analyses:
14-16 percent. Activities related to advanced risk identification, analysis, and tools and techniques. Be familiar with statistics, especially concerning interpreting quantitative and qualitative data, and with building representative risk models.

Step 2: Start with PMBOK® Guide but be prepared to move beyond
Chapter 11 of the PMBOK® Guide deals with Project Risk Management and is an excellent resource for each of the items that is on the exam.
Additional chapters from the PMBOK® Guide that will be helpful in your study include Stakeholder Management (Chapter 13), Communication Management (Chapter 9) Human Resource Management (Chapter 10) Quality Management (Chapter 8) and Procurement Management (Chapter 12).
Study additional sources to supplement the PMBOK® Guide. A good source therefore might be PMI’s reference list (Reference List ). Here are our recommendations what to study at least::
• ? Practice Standard for Project Risk Management (PMI) which goes further into risk management processes (free for PMI members!).
• PMI-RMP: Risk Management Professional Exam Preparation Study Guide; Paperback – February 14, 2011 by Vanina Mangano (Author), Al Smith Jr. (Contributor) ? https://goo.gl/xQSqdp
• Risk Management Tricks of the Trade for Project Managers + PMI-RMP Exam Prep Guide by RMC Publications ? https://goo.gl/pauMBs
• PMI-RMP Exam Success Series: Flashcards – April 22, 2013 by MBA, CAPM, Project +, CSM, CCBA, PMI-SP, PMI-RMP, PMI-ACP, PMP, PgMP Tony Johnson (Author, Editor, Illustrator)
? https://goo.gl/wXycKw

Step 3: Took a RMP preparation course and get your required 40/30 contact hours of training.

Step 4: Finalize your study and preparation. Quiz yourself using flashcards and study tables, review your notes from class, and take lots of practice exams.
• PMI-RMP Exam Success Series: Flashcards – April 22, 2013 by MBA, CAPM, Project +, CSM, CCBA, PMI-SP, PMI-RMP, PMI-ACP, PMP, PgMP Tony Johnson (Author, Editor, Illustrator)
? https://goo.gl/wXycKw

Step 5: Take the exam and earn your PMI-RMP®!
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2 replies by Adewale Olajide Lawal and Anupam Ganguly
Sep 16, 2016 8:51 AM
Anupam Ganguly
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Honestly, I was waiting for the 5 Steps. Thanks Markus :)
Oct 03, 2016 10:24 AM
Adewale Olajide Lawal
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Thanks for the information
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Sep 16, 2016 7:17 AM
Replying to Markus Klein, PMP
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Getting PMI-RMP® Certified in 5 Steps:

PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® Certification
The Project Management Institute Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® certification is dedicated to specializing in project risk management and so target primary already project risk managers or people who wants to become one. Nevertheless any project managers could highly benefit from this certification and it is a good complementary for already PMPs for instance.
The PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® highlights your ability to identify and assess project risks, mitigate threats and capitalize on opportunities. In this capacity, you enhance and protect the needs of your organization.

Who Should Apply?
If you have advanced knowledge and experience in risk management, or if you are a project manager focused on project risk management, including for large projects and/or complex environments, then the PMI-RMP® is an excellent choice for you.
You will need to study Chapter 11 of the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), and other sources to prepare for the exam.

Here are the stops how to:

Step 1: Get familiar with the basic resources:
• Review the ? PMI-RMP handbook
• Review the ? Exam Content Outline
The PMI-RMP has 170 questions; 150 are scored and the others are pretest questions. The exam is split among PMI’s Five Domains of Risk Management, which are:
o Risk Strategy and Planning:
19-20 percent. Concerns tasks and processes for selecting and developing risk management procedures and tools, producing the risk management plan, and setting procedures for evaluating risks and updating the risk management plan. Be familiar with the parts of the risk management plan, especially its inputs.
o Stakeholder Engagement:
19-20 percent. Activities related to getting stakeholders and project team members on board with risk management. These tasks are important to develop a team-wide, and even organization-wide, commitment to risk management. Be familiar with risk communication procedures, enterprise environmental factors and organizational process assets, and risk tolerance evaluation.
o Risk Process Facilitation:
25-28 percent. Activities related to executing the risk management strategy. Be familiar with qualitative and quantitative risk analysis tools and techniques, estimating probability and impact, and developing contingency reserves.
o Risk Monitoring and Reporting:
19-20 percent. Activities related to evaluating risk response against data gathered, updating stakeholders and the project team on risks, and continuously improving risk management. Be familiar with data gathering and management techniques and communications management.
o Perform Specialized Risk Analyses:
14-16 percent. Activities related to advanced risk identification, analysis, and tools and techniques. Be familiar with statistics, especially concerning interpreting quantitative and qualitative data, and with building representative risk models.

Step 2: Start with PMBOK® Guide but be prepared to move beyond
Chapter 11 of the PMBOK® Guide deals with Project Risk Management and is an excellent resource for each of the items that is on the exam.
Additional chapters from the PMBOK® Guide that will be helpful in your study include Stakeholder Management (Chapter 13), Communication Management (Chapter 9) Human Resource Management (Chapter 10) Quality Management (Chapter 8) and Procurement Management (Chapter 12).
Study additional sources to supplement the PMBOK® Guide. A good source therefore might be PMI’s reference list (Reference List ). Here are our recommendations what to study at least::
• ? Practice Standard for Project Risk Management (PMI) which goes further into risk management processes (free for PMI members!).
• PMI-RMP: Risk Management Professional Exam Preparation Study Guide; Paperback – February 14, 2011 by Vanina Mangano (Author), Al Smith Jr. (Contributor) ? https://goo.gl/xQSqdp
• Risk Management Tricks of the Trade for Project Managers + PMI-RMP Exam Prep Guide by RMC Publications ? https://goo.gl/pauMBs
• PMI-RMP Exam Success Series: Flashcards – April 22, 2013 by MBA, CAPM, Project +, CSM, CCBA, PMI-SP, PMI-RMP, PMI-ACP, PMP, PgMP Tony Johnson (Author, Editor, Illustrator)
? https://goo.gl/wXycKw

Step 3: Took a RMP preparation course and get your required 40/30 contact hours of training.

Step 4: Finalize your study and preparation. Quiz yourself using flashcards and study tables, review your notes from class, and take lots of practice exams.
• PMI-RMP Exam Success Series: Flashcards – April 22, 2013 by MBA, CAPM, Project +, CSM, CCBA, PMI-SP, PMI-RMP, PMI-ACP, PMP, PgMP Tony Johnson (Author, Editor, Illustrator)
? https://goo.gl/wXycKw

Step 5: Take the exam and earn your PMI-RMP®!
Honestly, I was waiting for the 5 Steps. Thanks Markus :)
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Adding to Markus recommendation

I have use the
Passing the Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® Certification Exam the First Time!
https://www.amazon.com/Passing-Management-...eywords=PMI+RMP
and Rita Mulcahy's book on risk management
I found the first one more useful.
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1 reply by Markus Klein, PMP
Sep 19, 2016 3:33 AM
Markus Klein, PMP
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Thank you so much for this great addition, VIncent.

Just added it as an alternative to the Step 2!:

Step 2: Start with PMBOK® Guide but be prepared to move beyond
Chapter 11 of the PMBOK® Guide deals with Project Risk Management and is an excellent resource for each of the items that is on the exam.
Additional chapters from the PMBOK® Guide that will be helpful in your study include Stakeholder Management (Chapter 13), Communication Management (Chapter 9) Human Resource Management (Chapter 10) Quality Management (Chapter 8) and Procurement Management (Chapter 12).

Study additional sources to supplement the PMBOK® Guide. A good source therefore might be PMI’s reference list (Reference List ). Here are our recommendations what to study at least::

• ? Practice Standard for Project Risk Management (PMI) which goes further into risk management processes (free for PMI members!).

• PMI-RMP: Risk Management Professional Exam Preparation Study Guide; Paperback – February 14, 2011 by Vanina Mangano (Author), Al Smith Jr. (Contributor) ? https://goo.gl/xQSqdp

and/or

• Risk Management Tricks of the Trade for Project Managers + PMI-RMP Exam Prep Guide by RMC Publications ? https://goo.gl/pauMBs

and/or

• Passing the Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® Certification Exam the First Time! by Dog Ear Publishing, LLC ? https://goo.gl/AYxQZV

• PMI-RMP Exam Success Series: Flashcards – April 22, 2013 by MBA, CAPM, Project +, CSM, CCBA, PMI-SP, PMI-RMP, PMI-ACP, PMP, PgMP Tony Johnson (Author, Editor, Illustrator)
? https://goo.gl/wXycKw
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I think you should immediately start with the training and follow the training material. This will kick-start your study and give you access to an instructor. The instructor would give you the best advice.

You can attend online training for RMP. I would suggest that you look at Udemy and Simplilearn. Both have them are offering discounts on their courses. Simplilearn is an REP.

To find more about Simplilearn's discount copupkn code, you can read - Simplilearn - http://www.pmbypm.com/simplilearn-coupon-code/

Currently (till September 21) Udemy is offering lifetime access to all its courses for only $15. To find out Udemy's top courses and how to get the discounted price, you can read - http://www.pmbypm.com/top-udemy-courses-project-management/

Good luck.
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Sep 16, 2016 2:45 PM
Replying to Vincent Guerard
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Adding to Markus recommendation

I have use the
Passing the Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® Certification Exam the First Time!
https://www.amazon.com/Passing-Management-...eywords=PMI+RMP
and Rita Mulcahy's book on risk management
I found the first one more useful.
Thank you so much for this great addition, VIncent.

Just added it as an alternative to the Step 2!:

Step 2: Start with PMBOK® Guide but be prepared to move beyond
Chapter 11 of the PMBOK® Guide deals with Project Risk Management and is an excellent resource for each of the items that is on the exam.
Additional chapters from the PMBOK® Guide that will be helpful in your study include Stakeholder Management (Chapter 13), Communication Management (Chapter 9) Human Resource Management (Chapter 10) Quality Management (Chapter 8) and Procurement Management (Chapter 12).

Study additional sources to supplement the PMBOK® Guide. A good source therefore might be PMI’s reference list (Reference List ). Here are our recommendations what to study at least::

• ? Practice Standard for Project Risk Management (PMI) which goes further into risk management processes (free for PMI members!).

• PMI-RMP: Risk Management Professional Exam Preparation Study Guide; Paperback – February 14, 2011 by Vanina Mangano (Author), Al Smith Jr. (Contributor) ? https://goo.gl/xQSqdp

and/or

• Risk Management Tricks of the Trade for Project Managers + PMI-RMP Exam Prep Guide by RMC Publications ? https://goo.gl/pauMBs

and/or

• Passing the Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® Certification Exam the First Time! by Dog Ear Publishing, LLC ? https://goo.gl/AYxQZV

• PMI-RMP Exam Success Series: Flashcards – April 22, 2013 by MBA, CAPM, Project +, CSM, CCBA, PMI-SP, PMI-RMP, PMI-ACP, PMP, PgMP Tony Johnson (Author, Editor, Illustrator)
? https://goo.gl/wXycKw
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if anybody else hat additional tips and sources i would be glad to add them and enhance the "5 Steps study guide in a nutshell" accordingly!
;)
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Sep 16, 2016 7:17 AM
Replying to Markus Klein, PMP
...
Getting PMI-RMP® Certified in 5 Steps:

PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® Certification
The Project Management Institute Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® certification is dedicated to specializing in project risk management and so target primary already project risk managers or people who wants to become one. Nevertheless any project managers could highly benefit from this certification and it is a good complementary for already PMPs for instance.
The PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® highlights your ability to identify and assess project risks, mitigate threats and capitalize on opportunities. In this capacity, you enhance and protect the needs of your organization.

Who Should Apply?
If you have advanced knowledge and experience in risk management, or if you are a project manager focused on project risk management, including for large projects and/or complex environments, then the PMI-RMP® is an excellent choice for you.
You will need to study Chapter 11 of the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), and other sources to prepare for the exam.

Here are the stops how to:

Step 1: Get familiar with the basic resources:
• Review the ? PMI-RMP handbook
• Review the ? Exam Content Outline
The PMI-RMP has 170 questions; 150 are scored and the others are pretest questions. The exam is split among PMI’s Five Domains of Risk Management, which are:
o Risk Strategy and Planning:
19-20 percent. Concerns tasks and processes for selecting and developing risk management procedures and tools, producing the risk management plan, and setting procedures for evaluating risks and updating the risk management plan. Be familiar with the parts of the risk management plan, especially its inputs.
o Stakeholder Engagement:
19-20 percent. Activities related to getting stakeholders and project team members on board with risk management. These tasks are important to develop a team-wide, and even organization-wide, commitment to risk management. Be familiar with risk communication procedures, enterprise environmental factors and organizational process assets, and risk tolerance evaluation.
o Risk Process Facilitation:
25-28 percent. Activities related to executing the risk management strategy. Be familiar with qualitative and quantitative risk analysis tools and techniques, estimating probability and impact, and developing contingency reserves.
o Risk Monitoring and Reporting:
19-20 percent. Activities related to evaluating risk response against data gathered, updating stakeholders and the project team on risks, and continuously improving risk management. Be familiar with data gathering and management techniques and communications management.
o Perform Specialized Risk Analyses:
14-16 percent. Activities related to advanced risk identification, analysis, and tools and techniques. Be familiar with statistics, especially concerning interpreting quantitative and qualitative data, and with building representative risk models.

Step 2: Start with PMBOK® Guide but be prepared to move beyond
Chapter 11 of the PMBOK® Guide deals with Project Risk Management and is an excellent resource for each of the items that is on the exam.
Additional chapters from the PMBOK® Guide that will be helpful in your study include Stakeholder Management (Chapter 13), Communication Management (Chapter 9) Human Resource Management (Chapter 10) Quality Management (Chapter 8) and Procurement Management (Chapter 12).
Study additional sources to supplement the PMBOK® Guide. A good source therefore might be PMI’s reference list (Reference List ). Here are our recommendations what to study at least::
• ? Practice Standard for Project Risk Management (PMI) which goes further into risk management processes (free for PMI members!).
• PMI-RMP: Risk Management Professional Exam Preparation Study Guide; Paperback – February 14, 2011 by Vanina Mangano (Author), Al Smith Jr. (Contributor) ? https://goo.gl/xQSqdp
• Risk Management Tricks of the Trade for Project Managers + PMI-RMP Exam Prep Guide by RMC Publications ? https://goo.gl/pauMBs
• PMI-RMP Exam Success Series: Flashcards – April 22, 2013 by MBA, CAPM, Project +, CSM, CCBA, PMI-SP, PMI-RMP, PMI-ACP, PMP, PgMP Tony Johnson (Author, Editor, Illustrator)
? https://goo.gl/wXycKw

Step 3: Took a RMP preparation course and get your required 40/30 contact hours of training.

Step 4: Finalize your study and preparation. Quiz yourself using flashcards and study tables, review your notes from class, and take lots of practice exams.
• PMI-RMP Exam Success Series: Flashcards – April 22, 2013 by MBA, CAPM, Project +, CSM, CCBA, PMI-SP, PMI-RMP, PMI-ACP, PMP, PgMP Tony Johnson (Author, Editor, Illustrator)
? https://goo.gl/wXycKw

Step 5: Take the exam and earn your PMI-RMP®!
Thanks for the information
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I would recommend Career Academy (http://bit.ly/2fnjzjJ) for PMP and CAPM training and exam prep courses. They have a good price for their annual membership and they are PMI Registered Education Provider (REP). Career Academy is an institution that offers online on-demand video-based learning solutions for IT Networking, Cyber Security, Project Management and Office Professionals. You can prepare for the certification exams by taking courses from Career Academy.
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I would recommend you many materials for PMI-RMP in this website

https://www.bibloteka.com/category/enginee...mp-certificate/

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