Join Darin Hendry, Supervisor of Ameren Transmission Capital & Risk Management, as he takes you beyond basic risk management and deep into the art of establishing contingency on discrete risks using Monte Carlo analysis.
This workshop features a full day of hands-on use of a powerful pre-formatted risk register in MS Excel (yours to keep) with a readily available plug-in that performs Monte Carlo analysis. Darin will guide you through how to develop inputs that will:
Advanced Risk Management Analysis and its companion program, Risk Management Techniques, have been scheduled for two consecutive days, Thursday and Friday, April 3 and 4, 2014. Prior completion of Risk Management Techniques is not required for enrolling in this program; however, some knowledge of basic risk management is recommended.
PMI® KNOWLEDGE/PROCESS AREAS
|Date:||Friday, April 4, 2014|
|Time:||8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.|
|Location:||SIUE Main Campus, Edwardsville, IL|
|Instructor:||Darin Hendry, PMP Ameren Missouri|
|Credits:||7 Contact Hours/PDUs|
|Fee:||$250 (Includes continental breakfast, lunch, & parking)|
|BY PHONE||Call 618-650-5440 to register by phone.|
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The SIUE Executive Education division of the School of Business reserves the right to cancel or postpone any course when necessary. If we cancel or postpone a course for any reason, you may choose to receive a FULL refund or apply the course fee to a subsequent offering of the same or a similar course. The latter option may be exercised within one calendar year of the original course.
If you register and pay for a course and then withdraw a one week or more before the start date of the course, a full refund of the course fee less an administrative fee of $50 will be made.
If cancellation occurs less than one week before the start date of the course, no refund of the course fee will be made; however, at the discretion of the Director of Executive Education Programs, the course fee may be applied to a subsequent offering of the same or similar course with a course fee that is at least equal to the cost of the original course. If the course fee of a subsequent course exceeds the amount paid for the original course, the difference in the course fee amounts must be paid in full prior to the start of the subsequent course. An approved substitution must occur within one calendar year of the original course.