Enterprise Risk Management

Understand why threats and opportunities are part of all projects and that the risks structured perception improves projects’ outcomes.

To qualify the students in the strategic risks management, presenting the main mechanisms for the risk identification, quantification, responses development and control.

The course also aims to contextualize the risks in the projects environment, providing tools and simulators that are used in their management.

Delivery Methods

  • Corporate Onsite
  • Live Classes

What You Will Learn

  • Understand the double risks nature (threats and opportunities)
  • Establish practical mechanisms to control the risks involved in a project
  • Complete the risks’ basic details
  • Use the 7 techniques for the risks identification
  • Qualitatively analyze and prioritize the risks
  • Simulate time and cost results through Monte Carlo Simulation
  • Calculate the probability and estimate the risks impacts
  • Plan and calculate the contingency reserves and the management reserves
  • Scale different responses to the threats and opportunities
  • Monitor the risks and establish responses effective "triggers"

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Fact sheet

Estimated duration

16 hours

Target audience

Project managers, risks managers, project team members, planners, and others stakeholders interested in the risk management process.




Portuguese, English and Spanish

Certificate and Badge

Upon completing the course, you will receive a credential issued using the Accredible platform that can be downloaded as a PDF file and also shared on your Linkedin or other social network profiles.

Example credential

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Who is this course for?

Project Managers, team members, and other stakeholders are involved in projects.
Those who participate in projects have many restrictions and high risks, due to their complexity.
Those who are members of the Organization's PMO, responsible for supporting project teams.
Organizations and teams that have a diversified portfolio, needing to use different approaches in projects.