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Project Risk Management

Key benefits

With risk management plan, many problems can be foreseen and avoided ahead of time. When applied properly, this proactive process attempts to eliminate potential issues before they occur. This training will prepare participants to master a structured risk management process to increase the likelihood of success for a project.


During this training, participants will:

• Understand the general concept of risk in project management
• Describe the connection between risk, assumptions and issues
• Learn to identify and acquire techniques related to problem solve risk
• Plan appropriate risk management solutions and monitor the evolution of risk


Optimized practical approach mixing pedagogical strategies based on active learning, demonstrations and individual exercises.

Who will benefit from the seminar?

• Project managers
• Managers who monitor projects
• Clients and customers positioned to identify and respond to risks

All seminars can be customized for corporate groups.

Important details

1) Registration fee includes course materials, lunch and refreshments.
2) In the case of insufficient registration, the seminar will be cancelled and participants will be reimbursed for the full amount paid.


Robert Goyette
Robert Goyette
PMP Certification | Ten Step Quebec

With over 1800 cumulated hours of teaching and coaching in operations and project management for diverse organizations, M. Robert Goyette is a graduate from École Polytechnique de Montréal and holds a PMP Certification. Having worked in original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) such as Bombardier, CAE and Bell Helicopter, M. Goyette possesses a unique expertise in the aerospace industry. He joined Ten Step Quebec in 2014 after a rich and varied professional path: he went from being a commissioned officer in the Canadian Armed Forces to taking care of planning and deploying key strategic initiatives to support major government acquisition programs.

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