When you think about your risks how many relate to ‘delivery’ risks, i.e. risks that arise from your services and your client group/s? In the third sector, many of our projects involve the individuals and communities we serve. Because of this our risk management is often focused on things like health and safety and safeguarding. But it’s important to remember these are not the only risks our projects face.
Risks are inherent in all projects and risk management is central to the role of a Project Manager.
If you would like to learn more about methodologies, tools and techniques for managing project risks and responding to issues, join us for our Managing Project Risks and Issues training on Wednesday 19th July 2017.
This full-day training outlines our CARE model and how to apply it. We will discuss Risk Management Strategies, how to record and assess risk, mitigating risks and contingency planning and when to escalate issues.
This workshop is suitable for anyone who is managing a project in a charity, community group or voluntary organisation and is one of a series of workshops by PM3 - Project Management for the Third Sector, designed specifically for people managing projects in the Third Sector.
"I don’t think we’d be overstating it if we said that all of it was new to us. Whilst we may have been doing it in practice is was the awareness of the methodologies and how they feed into the success of a project that was useful as well as ensuring we all formalised why and what we were doing" Workshop attendee
"It was a very helpful course, well delivered, with lots of experience evident. The trainer set things out clearly so I can go away and make a good attempt at a plan that is workable." - Workshop attendee.
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