Confidently Kickstart

Project Cost and Schedule Risk Analysis

in Your Next Project 

In 60 Days or Less!


( Without the raging overwhelm, complex statistical and modeling hangups, and software literacy)

Ever found yourself uncertain about your project’s cost estimate or if you'll hit that schedule completion date?

Tired of chasing unrealistic targets for time and money?

Wouldn't it be great to gauge the likelihood of meeting your project's cost and schedule goals?

Whether you're a project controls professional, project planner/scheduler, cost estimator, project/program manager, or a project leader, your goal is clear: steer your project to successful completion, right?

But let's face it, many projects veer off track because...

  • They start with overly optimistic cost and timeline targets that don't align with reality (Source: McKinsey & Company).
  • Disputes between owners and contractors often stem from a lack of clarity on contracts and risk allocation (Source: Arcadis, 2020: Global Disputes Report).
  • Neglecting risk management and oversight can lead to unnecessary conflicts and delays (Source: Arcadis, 2020: Global Disputes Report).

Projects inherently involve risks, but embracing Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) can significantly mitigate the chance of overly optimistic projections. It boosts confidence in your project's financial estimates and timelines, ultimately increasing the odds of success.

Regardless of your role or project scale—be it a billion-dollar airport venture or a smaller remediation effort—mastering the foundational principles of QRA ensures you develop realistic project plans that guide you to the finish line.

Isn't it high time to prioritize Cost & Schedule Risk Analysis in your projects?

Here’s What You Might NOT Know

Despite the enormous benefits that every project gains from conducting quantitative risk assessment, surprisingly few project professionals actually practice it.


Because many people perceive Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) as...

❌   Too complicated

❌   Time-consuming

❌   Expensive

But here's what you may not realize about QRA:

1. Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) is NOT Complicated!


Many believe that Quantitative Risk Assessment is akin to mastering a dark art – something only statistics geniuses can comprehend!

Okay, granted, mathematics and statistics can be daunting! While QRAs do rely on statistical analysis, you don’t need an in-depth understanding of complex formulas.

Just like you don't need to be a Mechanical Engineer to drive a car, you don't need to be a statistics whiz to interpret QRA results. Recognizing high-quality inputs and understanding warning signals from QRA outputs enable you to respond effectively and make informed decisions for project success.

QRA is much more approachable than you might think – perhaps you just haven’t been properly introduced yet!


2. Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) is NOT Time-Consuming & Expensive


"QRAs take forever – I don’t have the time or budget for that!" This common misconception often leads to avoiding QRAs altogether.

However, the cost and schedule impact of NOT identifying and managing project risks far outweighs the investment in performing a QRA.

Moreover, QRA doesn’t have to be an extensive, resource-draining exercise for every project. You can tailor your approach based on project size and budget.

For smaller, simpler projects, simply identifying and scoring risks may suffice without a full QRA.


3. The Majority of High Performing Organizations and Project Professionals Are the Ones Who Practice “Risk Management”


A Project Management Institute (PMI) survey revealed that 83% of high-performing organizations in project management regularly practice risk management.

If you're still unsure about how QRA can benefit your project, consider this: If you're not managing risks on your project, you're not truly managing your project.

Every project can and will benefit from a risk assessment.

And YOU can be the ONE who transforms the project success rate!

What If You Could….


✅ Claim your stake in one of the most crucial project management fields: Quantitative Risk Assessment, which is increasingly vital in these unprecedented times.

✅ Dive into Quantitative Risk Assessment with little to no previous experience in risk management and no background in statistics.

✅ Conduct risk workshops confidently, run statistical models, and analyze outputs with ease.

✅ Determine project cost and time contingencies, evaluating the feasibility of meeting project targets.

✅ Gain insights into the likelihood of achieving project success.

✅ Develop your proficiency in risk management and stand out for your expertise.

✅ Propel your career to new heights of success.

Is all of this achievable without prior experience or knowledge in risk management and statistical modeling?

YES, absolutely.

That's why we've crafted the most practical and step-by-step training program in Cost & Schedule Risk Analysis.



Quantitative Project Cost and Schedule Risk Analysis Training

Discover How to Quantify Project Risks Effectively, So You Can Develop Realistic Time and Cost Targets

The great news is that we've created the most practical online course in cost and schedule risk analysis, enabling you to conduct your own quantitative risk assessments upon completion of this training.

This course draws on the instructor's experience in training new risk analysts who had little to no prior experience in risk management when they joined the team.

Our comprehensive applied course is structured with a series of modules to accelerate your learning across all aspects of project risk management, preparing you to step into risk management roles at the earliest opportunity.

Rather than drowning in theory and abstract concepts, you'll immerse yourself in detailed case studies that replicate real-world projects, demonstrating how to apply practical risk management solutions.

The examples and exercises provided are designed to enhance your learning experience and offer valuable hands-on practice in delivering effective risk management solutions.

The modules are crafted in a short, digestible format, allowing you to learn at your own pace and seamlessly integrate this course into your busy schedule.

This practical course equips you with tools, techniques, and, most importantly, the confidence to venture into the realm of quantitative risk assessment with your initial strides.

Samson Varghese

Quantity Surveyor, UAE

"Deciding to join for the Quantitative Cost & Schedule Risk Analysis program, developed by you, was one of the best decisions I have made so far. This course exceeded my expectation by all means.
I came into this course with a limited knowledge on risk management and a little exposure on QRA using @risk. After almost 8 weeks of training, during which the knowledge and skills required to run QRA, was taught by the very best in the field, I take pride in saying that I have not only increased my understanding, but have gained great confidence in the application of the skills and methods required to run a QRA.
The fact that the study was not just to provide another certification but to impart the fundamentals to help the risk practitioners achieve the best in QRA , is evident in the course content and attached case-studies. More time was spent to unravel the rudiments, than just simply to demonstrate how a QRA should be run. The course starts with providing basic understanding of the risk management principles, terminologies, then moving in to developing risk management plan and teaches how to run risk work shops, before developing risk registers and risk models to run the analysis using @risk and Safran. During the entire course, after each module, there are sufficient pitstops, in the form of case studies and Q&A to reinforce the subject matter.
It's worth mentioning that Richard Citrine has developed a great course material. His road-maps on every topic, helps to remember the entire content with ease. No doubt, that he has put in immense efforts to prepare the case studies, and I won’t be wrong in saying that they are the energy boosters in this entire course.
I would recommend this course for everyone who is involved in Project Controls and wants to expand his knowledge and skill in the field of risk management.

Course Outline & Agenda

The Quantitative Project Cost and Schedule Risk Analysis training consists of 18 modules, designed to be completed over approximately 7 weeks.

Each module introduces you to essential Quantitative Risk Assessment concepts, from drafting a Risk Management Plan to executing quantitative cost and schedule risk assessments, as well as reporting and mitigation strategies.

Beyond theoretical understanding, each module offers practical application opportunities. You'll engage in applying cost and schedule risk analysis principles to a sample project, ensuring hands-on experience throughout the course.

The integration of real-life examples and interactive case studies empowers you to conduct your own quantitative risk assessments (with some guidance) upon completing this training.

To begin, all you need is a foundational grasp of project management principles and a moderate proficiency in MS Excel and Primavera P6.

Here's a breakdown of the course agenda and the topics covered in each session of this comprehensive 7-week online program:


Week 1

Module 1- Introduction to Risk Management

Gain an understanding of risk management and its benefits, types of risks, and key outputs.


Module 2- Writing A Risk Management Plan

Explore why every project needs a risk management plan and what should be contained within the plan itself. This module also serves as an overview for a standard project/program risk management process (which will be covered in the rest of the course).



Week 1

Module 3- Risk Identification Part 1- Understand Your Project and Review Documents

The quality of any risk assessment is wholly dependent on the quality of the inputs. These inputs are normally in the form of project documents. It is imperative to review and understand these documents. During a document review, you should highlight any gaps, data quality issues, or anomalies. This module gives you a step by step guide on what you should do prior to any risk identification workshop.


Module 4- Risk Identification Part 2- Risk Workshops

One of the most effective ways to identify risks is in risk workshops. Successful risk workshops are dependent on the quality of the data inputs and the engagement of the right attendees. This module shows you how you can plan and run a risk assessment to identify risks.



Week 2

Module 5- Risk Registers and Scoring Risks

A risk register should be clear, concise, and informative. The qualitative scoring of these risks allows management time to focus on the most critical risks and issues. In this module, you will learn what a risk register should contain and how to score risks based on an organization’s objectives and risk tolerance thresholds.


Module 6- Statistics Refresher

This module offers a quick refresher in basic statistical concepts and terms used in Quantitative Risk Assessments.



Week 3

Module 7- Quantitative Cost Risk Assessments - Understanding your Estimate

Reviewing and ranging estimates does not assume an estimate is wrong but helps to account for natural variations in quantities, unit costs, and labor rates. In this module, you’ll be equipped with a step-by-step approach for building a cost Monte Carlo Model for an estimate.  


Module 8- Quantitative Cost Risk Assessments- Building a Risk Model

The purpose is to better assess the likelihood of certain risks occurring and to ensure that appropriate budget contingencies exist to manage those risks. This module will provide you with a step-by-step approach to apply a cost Monte Carlo model to your risk register. 


Week 4

Case Study Walkthrough from Previous 4 Sessions 
Module 9- Quantitative Cost Risk Assessments Part 2- Advanced

This module will cover advanced cost risk assessment modeling techniques. 



Week 4

Module 10- Step-by-step guide to Quantitative Cost Risk Analysis

You'll get equipped with the step-by-step guide to building your own cost risk models irrespective of the QRA software that you use. 


Module 11- Review and live demonstration of the Cost Risk model

Have a step-by-step walkthrough of the cost risk model. You can follow along in real-time if you wish ( if you have your own model open during this module, you can build it in the same way as demonstrated.)


Week 5

Module 12- Quantitative Schedule Risk Assessments – Part 1- Understanding Your Schedule

Reviewing and ranging schedules does not assume a schedule is wrong but helps to account for natural variations in quantities, and production rates. This module provides you with a step-by-step approach to reviewing a schedule prior to a Monte Carlo Analysis. 


Module 13- Quantitative Schedule Risk Assessments – Part 2- Key Features of Your Schedule

This module will cover the key features of your schedule in preparation for schedule risk analysis and a step by step guide in building a schedule risk model. 


Week 5

Module 14- Quantitative Schedule Risk Assessments – Part 3- Building a Schedule Risk Model

This module will cover a step by step approach on how to add risks to a schedule and perform a Monte Carlo Analysis.  


Module 15- Quantitative Schedule Risk Assessments – Part 4- Building the Schedule Model in Safran

Have a step-by-step walkthrough of the schedule risk model in Safran software. You can follow along in real-time if you wish ( if you have your own model open during this module, you can build it in the same way as demonstrated.).   



Week 6

Module 16- Building an Integrated Cost & Schedule Risk Model- Part 1

Cost estimates may no longer reflect the project reality as schedules slip and one of the major components of those estimates, activity duration, change. This module will go over a strategy for calculating the risk impacted by the cost of delay.

Module 17- Building an Integrated Cost & Schedule Risk Model- Part 2

This module will go over two additional strategies for calculating the risk impacted by the cost of delay, highlighting the positives and negatives of each approach.



Week 7

Case Study Walkthrough of the Schedule Risk Analysis
Module 18- Contingency Management

In this module, you will discover how drawdown curves can be used to manage both cost and schedule contingency.



Week 7

Module 19- Risk Reporting, Mitigation, and KPIs

In many ways, risk reporting is the most important aspect of the whole risk assessment process, as the data and format we present will advise managers on how to make effective risk-based decisions. This module will show you how to display and report various types of risk outputs and also how to develop effective risk mitigation strategies.   


Module 20- Quantitative Risk Analysis Summary & Action Steps

This final session will serve as a review of the previous 15 modules, highlighting the major learning points to act as a quick reference guide for any risk assessment you hold in the future.   

Lisa A. Castronova

Senior Construction Manager

"Many thanks to both Richard and Shohreh for developing and hosting such a worthwhile and educational course. This training was worth a hundred times over the investment and commitment it took to complete.

I believe Risk Management should be mandatory training for all PMs and am grateful I was able to participate in the live course. Richard developed a top-notch program sharing his many years of experience and practical knowledge of Risk Analysis. Each session progressively expounded on vital aspects and techniques of project review, culminating in a clear understanding of not only the project, but what the Team sees as major challenges to project success, all wrapped up in a professional and cohesive Risk Report. The Case Studies provided me an opportunity for my own growth on a topic that I have to say I was quite intimidated with going into the course. I’m not so intimidated or overwhelmed by it now! I encourage every PM to take this course even if just saying the words “Risk Assessment” scares you. Richard presented the program in a manner that took the fear right out it! The trial software packages and the example Risk Registers were exceptional. Even if you may not have full and constant access to the software highlighted in the course, the techniques offered here related to reviewing your project essentials and developing the Risk Register are a must have! Thank you both so much for a great course. I’ve learned a great deal and will use this knowledge daily!!"

How Does It Work?

To access the training, all you need is a high-speed Internet connection via Google Chrome, Safari, or Internet Explorer 9 or newer. You also need a login ID & Passcode to our private and secure learning management system (LMS), which is provided to you via email once you enroll.

LMS will be accessible via desktop computers, laptops, as well as mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, Tablets, etc.

If you follow the program according to the planned training schedule, you will be able to finish the course in 6 weeks. However, you will have access to the entire course material for one year after your enrollment. You can refer back to the course videos and material at any time.

What You’ll Gain Upon the Completion of the Training

At its core, Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA) is about asking the right questions to extract crucial information from subject matter experts.

This course emphasizes that you don't need to be an expert in every domain to conduct effective risk assessments; rather, it's about leveraging expertise from those who are.

The instructor facilitates about 30 risk workshops annually, spanning diverse projects from major bridges and metro rail systems to nuclear power stations. This course equips you with the foundational skills to reach a similar level.

You'll gain the ability to view projects comprehensively and identify common areas where risks typically manifest.

We provide you with the technical toolkit to plan, construct, and execute your own risk assessments.

Beyond technical expertise, mastering the art of chairing meetings, facilitating risk workshops, and communicating complex data to non-specialists will set you apart in your career. This course equips you with these essential skills.

For seasoned professionals, risk management is increasingly crucial at the senior leadership level, integral to program controls and strategic decision-making. Upon completing this training, you'll possess a deep understanding of the QRA process and its application.

Upon successful completion of the training, you'll receive an official certificate of completion and earn 40 Professional Development Units (PDUs) to contribute toward your professional accreditations.

What Is UNIQUE About This Training?

Here are several key distinguishing features of this training that set it apart from other courses available in the market:

➡️ Led by a quantitative risk management expert with extensive experience in managing risks for multibillion-dollar programs across large public agencies and private sector clients.

➡️ Built on the instructor's proven training framework that successfully onboarded new risk analysts with little to no prior experience. This comprehensive course accelerates your learning across all aspects of project risk management, preparing you for roles in risk management at the earliest opportunity.

➡️ The most practical online course in Quantitative Risk Assessment, where you'll apply cost and schedule risk analysis principles through a detailed sample project case study. This case study mirrors real-world projects, offering practical insights into applying risk management solutions. Moreover, exercises and examples are tailored to reinforce learning and provide hands-on experience in delivering effective risk management solutions.

➡️ Step-by-step guidance ensures immediate implementation of your learning in real project environments, delivering significantly robust outcomes.

➡️ You'll gain the ability to conduct your own quantitative risk assessments (with supervision) upon completing this training.

➡️ Fully aligned with PMI Recommended Practices and industry standards, equipping you with the industry-standard language.

➡️ Ongoing support is provided, allowing you to ask relevant questions to the instructor throughout each module for an entire year. Additionally, new training materials and resources are delivered weekly to support continuous learning.

➡️ Upon successful completion, you'll receive an official certificate of completion and earn 40 Professional Development Units (PDUs).

➡️ It offers the most competitive pricing in the market, backed by thorough market research analysis. You'll receive exceptional value for your investment.

Who Is This Training For?

This training is tailored for you if...

✔ You're a Project Controls Professional eager to fast-track your understanding of project risk management, positioning yourself for early entry into risk management roles.

✔ You're a project Planner/Scheduler looking to delve into risk analysis and grasp schedule risk analysis techniques to confidently predict schedule completion dates.

✔ You're a Cost Estimator seeking a more objective assessment of estimate contingencies.

✔ You're a Project/Program Manager interested in gaining deeper insights into risk analysis to enhance bid success rates and effectively manage project risks during execution.

✔ You're a project leader aiming to acquire practical, up-to-date knowledge in quantitative risk management to make informed decisions and steer projects towards success.

✔ You're new to Risk Management and lack experience in risk modeling, statistics, risk analysis, and reporting.

✔ You've dabbled in Quantitative Risk Analysis but seek formal training to refresh your knowledge or receive practical guidance on conducting cost and schedule risk analysis in your projects.

Is This Training For Me if ….

➡️ I have “No Experience” with Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA)

No worries at all! This course is modeled after the training the instructor provides to new analysts joining his team with minimal to no prior risk experience. Even with limited background, these professionals can quickly transition into critical risk management roles through our practical and accelerated training program.

We'll immerse you in detailed case studies that replicate real-world projects, allowing you to gain invaluable hands-on experience and dive straight into QRA.

➡️ I'm not very good at Statistics or Monte Carlo analysis

While Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA) does rely on statistical models, you don't need an in-depth understanding of statistics to effectively utilize QRA outputs.

Just as you don't need an engineering degree to drive a car but know to refuel when the gas light comes on, understanding the alerts from a QRA output enables informed decision-making to support project success.

This course simplifies statistical outputs for non-specialists and includes a statistics refresher. More importantly, successful QRAs hinge on high-quality inputs and effectively communicating outputs to decision-makers—skills we'll impart in this course.

We'll also guide you in building straightforward models applicable to most QRAs.

➡️ I have no experience running a workshop

We dedicate an entire module to risk workshops, teaching you how to plan and lead them. You'll learn facilitation techniques and strategies for managing diverse workshop participants.

➡️ Risk management has no real traction at my company/employer

Gaining traction for risk management is crucial for successful QRA. This course equips you with strategies to advocate for risk management, conduct impactful risk workshops, and deliver compelling results to stakeholders.

Who Is This Course NOT For?

This training is not suitable for individuals who:

❌ Lack a basic understanding of project scheduling, cost estimating, and project management concepts.

❌ Do not find enjoyment in working with numbers and analyzing the outputs of graphical reports.

Are There Any Pre-Requisites to This Course?

To enroll in this training, all you need is:

➥ A solid grasp of project management, project scheduling, and cost estimating concepts.

➥ Basic proficiency in mathematics, as some modules will touch on statistics and probabilities at a high level.

➥ Familiarity with Primavera P6 or another scheduling tool, along with moderate skills in MS Excel.

Do I Need Any Software for The Course Case Study?


You should have a basic understanding of Excel. However, you don't need prior experience with Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) software such as @RISK, Safran, Crystal Ball, or any other simulation tool.

The example case study will demonstrate the use of Safran and @Risk software integrated with Microsoft Excel. Nevertheless, the principles taught in the course are applicable to any QRA software. You can also opt to use another Monte Carlo package of your preference.

For the course case studies, we recommend installing the trial version of @Risk (15-day trial) and Safran (30-day trial), or any other QRA software of your choice. This allows you to apply what you learn in the course through hands-on case studies. Detailed instructions on when to download the software will be provided during the course, ensuring effective use of the trial period.

Will This Course Prepare Me for Certified Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) or Similar Certifications?


This course adheres to PMI's risk management process and incorporates PMI terminology where relevant.

While the course can support exam preparation, we recommend utilizing additional resources specified for certification exams, such as PMI's Risk Standard of Practice.

Fernand Villalobos

Project Manager

"Simply excellent course. Aside from Richard's very easy-going personality, he is really a project-oriented down-to-earth expert, with real project experience and real responses for project participants. It’s one of the first times that I see Risk Management material that is really applicable and not just purely theory. Thanks again Shohreh for this Academy initiative, thanks to both for this course!"

This Training Comes with Awesome Benefits and Bonuses that You Cannot Miss!

24/7 Access for 12 Months

Study at your own pace, whatever time of night or day it happens to be or wherever in the world you might be. 

Although the modules will be delivered every week for 6 weeks, you will have full access to the recorded sessions and course material for one year from the time of your registration.

Official Certificate of Completion and PDUs

Receive an official certificate of completion upon successful completion of the training and claim 40 Professional Development Units (PDUs) earned toward maintaining your license(s) with professional associations.

Course Material & Supportive Documents

Get the PDF copy of the course slides as well as additional bonus material and resources, such as checklists, templates, technical papers, etc.

In-Depth Case Study

Solve in-depth case studies that help you comprehend the course content and enable you to experiment the real-life projects.

Private and Secure

Get access to all the training materials on our secure and robust learning management system using your private username and password.

Mobile Friendly

Get access to the course via computer, laptop, as well as mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, Tablets, etc. This makes your learning more flexible & adaptable.

Access To "Ask The Instructor Forum" (Value: PRICELESS)

Get access to a private course environment for Q&As, where the instructor personally answers your questions on a weekly basis.

Depending on the number of questions on the course, we may also conduct monthly or quarterly live Q&A sessions with the instructor.

Special Alumni Discounts

Receive exclusive discounts on future online training programs in our Learning Management System, as our valued client.

You Will Also Receive the Following Extra Bonuses for Early Sign-up

Risk Register Template 

Equip yourself with a simple risk register template that you should be able to use on projects of any size. This template can be used as a starting point for any risk assessment.

@Risk Model Template 

An @risk model that you can use and adapt for cost risk analysis on any project.

Risk Management Plan Template

Prior to starting any risk process, it is important everyone understands how and why risk management will be applied.  This template ensures you will cover all the critical steps on risk management.

Risk Report Template

Making sure decision-makers focus and understand the critical risks is imperative for the successful application of QRAs.  This simple concise report will support you in this important step.

Estimate Risk Review Checklist

A QRA is only as good as its inputs -  this checklist will help you review an estimate, which will help you deliver a high-quality QRA.

Schedule Review Checklist

A QRA is only as good as its inputs -  this checklist will help you review a schedule, which will help you deliver a high-quality QRA.

Risk Workshop Checklist

A successful risk workshop is the most important step in any QRA. This checklist will help you prepare and run better risk workshops.

Cost Risk Model Quality Assessment Checklist

Whether you are reviewing your own cost model or supporting other team members, this checklist acts as a quick quality review to ensure you deliver high-quality output, every time.

Schedule Risk Model Quality Assessment Checklist

Whether you are reviewing your own schedule model or supporting other team members, this checklist acts as a quick quality review to ensure you deliver high-quality output, every time.

Anél Hugo

Project Controls Manager

"I am a Project Controls Manager and Risk Management is one of the many disciplines I need to manage. I believe this course was really well put together and coupled with the Case-studies, it helped me to gain a great understanding by putting the theory into practice. It was like getting a puzzle piece in every class, and by writing the Risk Report at the end of it all, gave me the full picture view very clearly. I really enjoyed the sessions, as it forced me to book the time into my crazy work calendar and prioritize my studies. When you know you have [the modules] available to work through at your own leisure, it is easy to re-prioritize meetings or work over your study time…

I would like to thank Richard and Shohreh for developing this fantastic, easy to follow course material… Thank you Richard for making time to answer all our questions, Shohreh for facilitating the sessions exceptionally, for always making us feel welcome and motivated to learn and for always getting back to us on outstanding matters promptly and professionally.

I have already been able to add further value to our Project by simplifying how we will run our next Risk Workshop - by using the Risk Impact Window (the Management Team loved the simplicity, yet super powerful nature of it). So, thank you for providing great tools like that."

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So, What Is the Cost?

When you enroll today, you're not just gaining exclusive 12-month access to our Quantitative Project Cost and Schedule Risk Analysis online training program—you're also unlocking a full year of complimentary service and bonus training.


The Value of the Training Program and bonuses:

Over $10,000


Your investment:

Only $1297
For the entire training program and the bonuses


For just $1297, you're investing in your journey toward expertise. The returns on this modest investment will be significant once you've mastered effective project risk quantification, confidently led risk workshops, analyzed outputs seamlessly, provided precise project cost and time contingencies, steered your projects to success, and propelled your career to new heights of achievement.

Quantitative Project Cost & Schedule Risk Analysis
Online Training Program


✔ Online training delivered in 11 sessions over 7 weeks

✔ 12  months of access to the instructor

✔ 24/7 access to the training material for 12 months

✔ Great bonuses you don't want to miss

✔ Official certificate of completion and 40 PDUs

✔ Course material and supportive document

✔ Private and secure learning management system


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About the Instructor

Richard Citrine

Richard Citrine, a certified Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) and a Principal Risk Manager bring over a decade of experience in risk and value management. He has led risk management on a wide range of multibillion-dollar rail, aviation, and tunneling programs in the UK and the USA.

Richard has extensive experience in risk management and has completed complex analysis on a variety of large infrastructure and building projects for both large public agencies and private sector clients.

He has completed entire risk analysis on projects including facilitation of risk workshops, development of cost and schedule risk models, risk analysis, and detailed report writing.

Richard’s specific skill sets include workshop facilitation, risk analysis, Monte Carlo simulation, CPM scheduling, schedule variance analysis, earned value analysis, contract reviews, procurement, bid leveling, and value engineering.

As the leader of Arcadis’ Risk Management Community of Practice, Richard engages his team of experts to develop company best practices and risk management tools, share knowledge, and discuss lessons learned. This includes proactively identifying and managing risks and using Monte Carlo simulations to assist in budget and schedule contingency planning. Richard regularly provides risk management training to internal and external audiences.

Register now to discover how you can quantify project risks effectively, so you can develop realistic project plans and increase the likelihood of project success

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One Payment of $1297 USD

Save 7% compared to the 3-payment option


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