Risk management is a major concern in project management. Most times, it’s largely underestimated by inexperienced managers, but if there’s anything that’s certain in a project, it is the certainty of uncertainty. And that’s the essence of this training.
Is risk always a negative phenomenon? Is it worth to plan and monitor for risk in a project? How can one identify potential project risks? Once identified, what does the manager do with them? These and many more are what we’ll explore in the oncoming online training.
This article discusses WHO, WHEN, and HOW TO REGISTER for the training.
Who is the training for?
In all simplicity, risk management is everyone’s responsibility. In your organization, even if you’re uninvolved in risk analysis or monitoring, you can play a big role in its identifications. Risk management is a critical aspect of every organisation’s survival strategy hence any project team member in a company is eligible for this training.
This training will specially benefit those interested in: credit risk management, medical risk management, and business risk management etc
Who are the facilitators?
All the facilitators in this training are PMP-certified project managers from different industries and professional backgrounds. You’ll be meeting:
Chuba Nkala (PMP; MCIM Chartered Marketer UK)
Chuba is a strategy consultant with over 20 years experience and has his educational background in Law from the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, accounting at the federal polytechnic Oko, marketing at the Chartered Institute of Marketing (UK) and project management at the Project Management Institute (US).
Chuba is on the board of Dinak Consulting and is currently the firm’s managing partner and chief strategist. Along with his team he has driven the company’s strategies through numerous projects across Nigeria and other regions of the world.
Ifunanya Stellamaris Chinweuba (MBBS; PMP)
Ifunanya Stellamaris Chinweuba is a medical doctor and a PMP-certified project manager with extensive experience in global health industry.
She’s currently the Enugu state coordinator of “Heal for Africa Initiative” an NGO committed to transforming women and girls in Africa via Health, Social and Economic empowerment.
Her projects so far cover researches, medical outreaches, magazine productions, event management, training/sensitization projects, etc. She is specially interested in global health matters related to Non-communicable diseases, mental health, and women’s health.
Oby Uzoma (PMP)
Oby Uzoma is currently a PMP-certified project manager who is a regulatory compliance officer in the banking industry where she has carried out various other roles in the over 15 years that she has dedicated to service delivery.
Philip Okechukwu Aniche (PMP; ITIL; PMI-ACP)
Philip Okechukwu Aniche has a background in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
He has over 15 years cognate experiences spanning the manufacturing industry and Information technology division of the banking industry, having worked in Procter and Gamble, the leading FMCG company worldwide, and presently First Bank, a pan African Bank where he is presently a Senior IT Analyst, overseeing the IT infrastructure for more than 50 locations across four states in Nigeria.
He is also a qualified ITIL V3 practitioner, a PMI-ACP ( Agile Certified Practitioner) and a PMP. Okechukwu comes with years of experience and in depth knowledge of the PMI processes in project management.
When is the training?
It will be an eight-hour-long training course spanned over two days: 23rd and 24th May, 2020. Each session will last four hours, from 1.00pm-5.00pm (WAT= GMT+1). Get your note pads and questions ready.
Where will the training hold?
I know you guessed that already: Zoom cloud meetings.
The meeting links for each session will be sent to your mail address.
How to register for the training
To register for the training, click here and follow the guide that follows, you’ll be redirected to a page with features like this:
If you experience a glitch while entering your phone number, do not enter your country code (e.g. +234 for Nigeria), just enter the number with the default 0.
After submitting the contact details and clicking the “next” button, you’d be directed to the next section that looks like this:
Fill in the required details as desired and in the section requesting for “course interested”, simply enter “risk management”. Then click the “submit” button after filling the form and agreeing to the correctness of your informations.
I think it’s safe to assume that you already know why risk management is important in projects, but if you’re in doubt, check out my article on five reasons why proper project management is gold.
And don’t hoard this opportunity to yourself, share this article with your friends and colleagues who will also benefit from the training. Meanwhile, don’t hesitate to contact me or drop a comment if you encounter any difficulty while registering.