PMI-RMP-training

Attending a formal PMI-RMP training in risk management is a requirement to apply for the PMI-RMP certification exam. The other two requirements are education and experience. You can refer to the last section to read more on PMI-RMP eligibility requirements.

However, in this blog post, we will discuss the PMI-RMP training requirement.

Before discussing the PMI training program, let us understand the PMI-RMP certification.

The PMI-RMP certification is the most prestigious certification for professionals involved with risk management activities. This certification is offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI) in the USA.

This certification recognizes your expertise and competency in assessing and identifying project risks, and managing these risks until the project ends.

PMI-RMP Training Program

You can attend this PMI-RMP training in a classroom, online, or through a hybrid program.

Each training method has its advantages and disadvantages. However, I find online training programs to be better than the other forms of training methods. It offers many benefits that other training methods do not:

  • They are affordable.
  • You can complete the course at your own pace.
  • Seat availability is not an issue here.
  • You can study from any location.

Considering these advantages, I recommend you join an online training program to earn your formal contact hours for risk management education.

During my PMI-RMP exam preparation, I searched a lot on the internet to find an affordable online training program to complete my PMI-RMP training, but I did not find any.

I attended a classroom training program for my PMP exam, and I had decided not to repeat that again. This time, I was determined to join an online training program. However, my efforts were in vain, and I did not find any affordable online PMI-RMP training programs.

Therefore, I joined a hybrid training program.

Today, things are different, and you can find a few online training programs for the PMI-RMP exam.

Some of them are not approved by the PMI. Although they might be genuine and there is nothing wrong with earning contact hours from them, I would suggest you go for PMI-approved training providers.

The PMI reviews training materials for these providers, and it ensures the quality of the training. Also, if you receive an audit, you won’t need to worry about it.

Now let’s look at an online and PMI-approved PMI-RMP formal training program.

PM Sprout’s PMI-RMP Training Program

This program is developed by PMSimplify and myself. PMSimplify is a PMI-approved ATP (Authorized Training Partner); therefore, this is a PMI-approved PMI-RMP training program and fulfills PMI’s formal requirements for contact hours. 

This PMI-RMP training course is based on the latest PMI-RMP exam content outline, the PMBOK Guide, and the Practice Standard for Project Risk Management.

This training program is affordable and available for 150 USD. You have one month’s time to complete the course.

The course is online, and you can access it immediately after placing the order.

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In this training program, you will learn how to:

  • Identify risks for your project
  • Qualify identified risks
  • Develop a risk response plan to proactive manage risks
  • Monitor risks throughout the project life

Along with achieving the learning objective, you will also receive:

  • A 40 Contact Hours Certificate
  • A mock Test
  • A PMI-RMP Question Bank
  • A PMP Formula Guide

Key Features of this Course:

  • PMI Approved Course Content
  • Active Support
  • Social networking with other aspirants
  • 100% money-back guarantee

PMI-RMP Certification Eligibility Requirements

You have three options to fulfill PMI-RMP eligibility requirements:

Option-I

You need to possess:

  • A secondary diploma (high school diploma, associate degree, or global equivalent)
  • At least 36 months spent in the specialized area of professional project risk management within the last five years
  • 40 contact hours of formal education in the specialized area of project risk management

Option-II

  • A four-year degree (Bachelor’s degree or global equivalent)
  • At least 24 months spent in the specialized area of professional project risk management within the last five years 
  • 30 contact hours of formal education in the specialized area of project risk management

Option-III

  • Bachelor’s or post-graduate degree from a GAC accredited program (Bachelor’s or Master’s degree or global equivalent)
  • At least 12 months spent in the specialized area of professional project risk management within the last five years
  • 30 contact hours of formal education in the specialized area of project risk management

Please read my blog post on PMI-RMP requirements for detailed information.

Summary

The PMI-RMP is a highly demanded certification in project management. If you are involved in risk management, you should get this certification to grow your career in the profession. To apply for the PMI-RMP exam, you must attend formal education to learn risk management concepts and earn the required contact hours on risk management. I recommend you get them online from PM Sprout.

Visit PM Sprout PMI-RMP Training Program Page

Good luck with your PMI-RMP exam preparation.