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Employing risk management techniques leads to successful project deliveries. Risk management helps organizations deliver projects within the schedule, budget, and resources. This enables businesses to look for PMI-RMP Certified individuals to manage risk. Owning PMI-RMP Certification confirms professionals' expertise in risk management. It can boost their reputation while offering new job opportunities. With RMP Certificate candidates can earn higher salaries compared to non-certified peers. Organizations operating globally, value PMI Risk Management Professional Certification, irrespective of the industry. Having PMI RMP Certification provides an advantage in the international employment market.

Risk Management Training in United States

Individuals pursuing PMI-RMP Certification should have a secondary degree, 36 months of project risk management experience, and 40 hours of project risk management education or a bachelor’s degree, 24 months of project risk management experience, and 30 hours of project risk management education. Candidates enrolling in PMI RMP Training in United States develop an in-depth understanding of risk eliminating process. They acquire knowledge of advanced risk management techniques, which gives a competitive edge. The course provides a standardized approach for handling risks. This ensures that practitioners use consistent methodologies, and risk management best practices across complex projects.

Key Features of PMI RMP Training in United States

Participants of RMP Prep Course in United States gain the ability to identify and control risks. They foresee possible dangers and create efficient plans to deal with them. Candidates can opt for RMP Certification Course across various cities of United States. The training session helps individuals gain confidence and prepare for the PMI RMP Exam. PMI Risk Management Professional Course in United States provides hands-on experience in applying risk management concepts, tools, and techniques. Professionals learn to deal with risk management complexities in their professional jobs easily. Acquiring PMI Risk Management Certificate in United States requires professionals to renew the credential at regular intervals. This prompts professionals to stay up-to-date with modern risk management trends, and techniques.

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  • Get 30 hours contact hours(PDU’s) Certificate
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PMI-RMP Exam Format
Exam Name PMI-Risk Management Professional
Exam Cost USD 520 for PMI member and USD 670 for non-members
Exam Format Multiple Choice
Total Questions 115 Questions
Passing Score Psychometric analysis
Exam Duration 2.5 hours
PMI RMP Test Center in United States Pearsonvue Test Center

PMI RMP Certification Benefits

Higher Salary

With this renowned credential, aspirants earn higher salary packages when compared to non-certified professionals in the field

Individual accomplishments

Aspirants can look for higher career prospects at an early stage in their life with the most esteemed certification

Gain credibility

Owning the certification makes it easier to earn the trust and respect of professionals working in the same field

Rigorous study plan

The course content is prescribed as per the exam requirements, covering the necessary topics to ace the exam in the first attempt

Diverse job roles

Attaining the certification enhances the spirit of individuals to pursue diverse job roles in the organization

Sophisticated skillset

With this certification, individuals acquire refined skills and techniques required to play their part in an organization

PMI RMP Course Curriculum

  • Topics

    • · Overview of RMP Certification Course
    • · Objectives
    • · What are PMI-RMP and PMI
    • · About the PMBOK® Guide
    • · Why RMP Certification
    • · Prerequisite for the PMI-RMP Exam
    • · Information About Filling the Application
    • · RMP Credentialing Process Overview
    • · Timeline of the RMP Credential Process
    • · PMI-RMP Exam Syllabus

  • Topics

    • · Perform a preliminary document analysis
    • · Assess project environment for threats and opportunities
    • · Confirm risk thresholds based on risk appetites
    • · Establish risk management strategy
    • · Document the risk management plan
    • · Plan and lead risk management activities with stakeholders

  • Topics

    • · Conduct risk identification exercises
    • · Examine assumption and constraint analyses
    • · Document risk triggers and thresholds based on context/environment
    • · Develop risk register

  • Topics

    • · Perform qualitative analysis
    • · Perform quantitative analysis
    • · Identify threats and opportunities

  • Topics

    • · Plan risk response
    • · Implement risk response

  • Topics

    • · Gather and analyze performance data
    • · Monitor residual & secondary risks
    • · Provide information required to update relevant project documents
    • · Monitor project risk levels

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the duration of PMI-RMP Training conducted in United States?

The PMI-RMP Training course is conducted for 3 days, during which candidates are introduced to various concepts, policies, procedures, and terminologies revolving around project management.

Why should I attend PMI-RMP Training in United States?

Candidates attending the PMI-RMP course provided by Unichrone benefit from:

  • Access to training course material
  • Hands-on experience through case studies and discussions
  • Insights into the latest practices followed in risk management
  • Course completion certificate on the last day of training

Do you provide online PMI-RMP Certification Training in United States?

Yes, Unichrone offers live online instructor-led RMP Training course as well as in-classroom sessions for candidates aspiring to earn PMI-RMP Certification.

How many PDUs can I earn with PMI-RMP Training?

On attending the 3-day RMP Training course, candidates are given 30 contact hour certificate, which can be submitted to PMI while applying for RMP Exam.

What are the learning objectives of PMI-RMP Training?

On completion of the RMP Training course, candidates will be able to:

  • Identify and assess project risks
  • Master the principles and concepts of risk management
  • Analyze potential risks using various tools and techniques
  • Devise a robust risk management system

How much is the PMI membership fee in United States?

The PMI membership fee for new members is USD 129, plus a one-time application fee of USD 10. The membership is valid for one year and renewed by paying USD 129 annually.

How long does it take to become a PMI member in United States?

Candidates will become PMI members immediately after paying the PMI membership fee of USD 139. The membership must be renewed every year for a fee of USD129.

How can a candidate maintain their PMI-RMP® Certification?

Candidates can maintain their PMI-RMP® Certification by earning and recording at least 30 PDUs in a 3-year cycle. This is a part of the CCR or Continuing Certification Requirements program of PMI.

What is the format of the PMI-RMP Exam?

The PMI-RMP Exam consists of 115 multiple-choice questions emphasizing on 5 major domains of risk management. Candidates will be given 2.5 hours to attempt all the questions and clear the exam.

How do I prepare for PMI-RMP Certification Exam in United States?

Candidates who are aspiring to earn PMI-RMP certification must:

  • Refer to the PMBOK Guide released by PMI
  • Enroll in PMI RMP Training course provided by Unichrone
  • Become a member of PMI to reap the benefits of networking within the global community of project professionals
  • Dedicate their time optimally for RMP Exam preparation.

How can I schedule the PMI RMP Exam?

Candidates can schedule their PMI RMP Exam through PMI website. Furthermore, aspirants can choose their preferred dates to take up the exam.

What is the re-examination fee?

Candidates who fail to clear the exam within the first attempt can retake the exam for 3 times within the eligibility period. The re-examination fee for a PMI member is $335 and while non-members have to pay $435.

Are there any other reference books for RMP Exam?

  • PMI Practice Standard for Risk Management
  • PMBOK Guide
  • PMI-RMP Exam Prep Study Guide
  • Project risk management handbook
  • Practical Project Risk Management: The ATOM Methodology

How to calculate PMI-RMP 3000 leading hours and directing projects in United States?

Candidates do not need to fully lead a project to calculate leading hours. They can gather experience from each of the following categories.

  • Identify- identify risks arising out of projects
  • Analyze – assess the project risks for its severity
  • Prioritize – categorize the risks occurring from the project based on its severity
  • Treat the risk- implement a plan to eliminate the project risk
  • Monitor and review- constantly monitoring and reviewing the plan for project risk management

Which PMBOK guide edition should I refer to for RMP Exam?

Candidates can refer to the PMBOK Guide 7th Edition for PMI RMP Exam. It was published by PMI and provides principles and guidelines of RMP Exam.

What are the ways to pay PMI RMP Exam fees in United States?

PMI RMP Exam costs can be paid online with a credit card, and cheques, money orders, credit card information, or wire payment information can be sent through the postal mail to PMI.

What are the documents I should submit for the audit process in United States?

PMI requests the following documents from candidates as part of the audit process.

  • Diploma/Degree Certificate copies
  • Signatures from the project's supervisor or manager in the experience verification part of the application
  • Copies of certificates or letters from the training institute for contact hours of project risk management education
PMI provides candidates 90 days to submit these documents and takes five days to validate them.

What are domains covered in RMP Exam conducted in United States?

  • Risk strategy and planning
  • Risk Identification
  • Risk Analysis
  • Risk Response
  • Monitor and Close Risks

Can I reschedule the PMI RMP Exam in United States?

Candidates can reschedule or cancel their computer-based RMP Exam 30 days before the scheduled exam appointment or they will be charged USD 70. They will be charged with the entire exam fee if they cancel it 2 days before the exam. However, the exam fee will be forfeited for rescheduling and cancellations for candidates taking exams at test centers.

What should candidates do on the day of their RMP Exam?

On the day of the exam, candidates should arrive half an hour before the scheduled appointment. They should present a valid government-issued ID as well as a PMI Eligibility ID. During the check-in procedure, candidates will need to provide photographs and their signatures for documentation purposes.

What is Risk Management Professional (RMP) Certification?

Risk Management Professional (RMP) Certification highlights an individual’s ability to discover potential risks and mitigating them by capitalizing on opportunities. Organizations benefit from hiring certified professionals as they instill the latest practices followed in risk management. RMPs are responsible for devising solutions to all possible risks that may arise out of a project, thereby, protecting the organization from threats.

Who can enroll for PMI-RMP Certification?

Project managers, team leaders, project management professionals, and individuals who want to expand their expertise and gain in-depth knowledge of managing risks can apply for PMI-RMP Certification. However, before applying for the RMP Certification candidates have to ensure that they meet the educational and experience requirement set by Project Management Institute.

What are PMI-RMP Certification requirements?

The PMI RMP Certification requirements are as follows:

  • Secondary degree
  • 4500 hours of experience in handling project risks, and
  • 40 hours of project risk management education,
  • Or
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 3000 hours of experience in handling risks, and
  • 30 hours of project risk management education

Is it necessary to renew PMI-RMP Certification in United States?

Yes RMP certified professionals are required to renew their PMI-RMP Certification every three years by submitting 30 professional development units (PDUs) in the education category and giving back category.

Will I get a job with PMI-RMP Certification in United States?

Yes, PMI-RMP Certification is a universally recognized credential. Individuals can easily apply for risk manager roles in organizations beyond the borders of their home country. Along with other project management certifications, a risk management professional stands out from the crowd of non-certified project managers. It also helps them to pass RMP Interview with ease. This increases the chances of getting hired by large enterprises.

Is the PMI-RMP worth it?

The PMI-RMP Certification is a well-known risk management credential. It improves candidates' knowledge and expertise in identifying and mitigating risks from an organization. As a result, organizations prefer to hire PMI RMP Certification holders over non-certified professionals.

Is RMP easier than PMP?

When compared to PMP, RMP is easier. PMP Certification covers all aspects of project management, including risk management. RMP, on the other hand, concentrates solely on risk management areas such as risk identification, management, and elimination.

Why do you need RMP Certification in United States?

  • Acquire knowledge and expertise in risk management
  • Enhance the skills and ability to tackle challenging projects
  • Get internationally recognized
  • Boost your career prospects

How many PMI-RMP Certified professionals are there in the world?

There are over 6000+ PMI-RMP professionals globally. As a result, there is huge scope for individuals willing to prosper their career with PMI RMP Certification.

What does the risk management professional do in United States?

Risk Management Professionals will identify, analyze and eliminate the potential risks that impact organizations’ growth. They plan, design, and monitor the efficiency of risk management strategies and make changes if necessary.

PMI-RMP Examination Procedure


Attend intense 3 day PMI-RMP Training offered by Unichrone. Fulfil all the requirements specified by the PMI before the examination.


Apply for the PMI-RMP Exam, conducted by PMI, whilst filling up all necessary details. Choose the suitable date for the exam after paying the exam fees post audit clearance if any from PMI.


Get certified after clearing the exam. You will receive an email confirming the status, after which you can check the PMI registry for inlcusion of your name.

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Session Expertise

PMI RMP Exam is comparatively easier to pass when compared to other certification exams in the field of project management. Candidates taking up RMP Training offered by Unichrone in United States can clear the exam in the first attempt.

Individuals willing to be certified as Risk Management Professionals in United States need to take the following steps.
  • Meet the prerequisites set for PMI RMP Certification
  • Attend the RMP Training offered by Unichrone
  • Schedule and take up RMP Exam
  • Clear the exam with the necessary score to obtain RMP Certification

PDUs or Professional Development Units helps measure the professional development of a PMI Certification holder. These are divided into two categories – Education PDUs and Giving Back to the Profession PDUs. Candidates can fulfil the PDUs requirement for maintaining their respective PMI certificates either by logging their Education PDUs only or by using a combination of both Education and Giving Back PDUs.

The PMI Talent Triangle® in the CCR program assists PMI Certification holders to register their PDUs under three important knowledge and skills sections. These are categorized into – technical, leadership, and strategic & business management. This will help organizations looking to hire project management professionals having a PMI Certification know that they have the sufficient knowledge and skills mentioned in the PMI Talent Triangle®.

Candidates can begin recording their PDUs for PMI-RMP® recertification immediately after earning the credential.

PMI-RMP Exam in United States is available in both CBT and OPT. CBT format allows candidates to take the exam on a computer at a designated testing center. OPT format allows candidates to take exams from home or the office.

With RMP Certification, professionals can pursue the role of risk manager, senior risk analyst, project risk specialist, and program risk manager.

There are 115 questions in the PMI RMP Exam focusing on 5 major domains of risk management. Out of these 115 questions, there are 15 pretest questions for which candidates will not be scored.

Yes. Candidates can transfer their PDUs to the next 3-year cycle if they have more than the required number of PDUs, but they must have been earned within the last year of the current cycle.

After earning the required PDUs, candidates can log into their PMI account and register their PDUs in the CCRS (Continuing Certification Requirements System).

No. PMI does not ask for any supporting documents whilst recording PDUs, however, it recommends candidates to maintain them in case of a PMI audit.

Yes, employing RMP-certified professionals improve the project success rate. Since these professionals have the ability to identify and assess risks, mitigate threats, and capitalize on opportunities.


Be up-to-date

Individuals taking up RMP Certification offered by PMI master the latest skills of managing project-related risks. Certified Risk Management Professionals in United States get a chance to apply the latest skills in identifying and mitigating risks arising out of different projects.


Wider capabilities

Project Management Institute’s RMP Certification is designed to offer a wide range of opportunities for professionals in risk management field. Acquiring the certification helps professionals in United States to get recognized by large corporations that are in need of Risk Management Professionals.


Build your status

There are several individuals pursuing a career in the field of risk management which makes it difficult for businesses to recruit professionals. Obtaining PMI’s RMP Certification in United States makes it easier for certified professionals to build their identity among their peers.


Comprehensive understanding

Risk Management Professional (RMP) Certification in United States is designed to assist professionals in gaining a comprehensive understanding of risk management. Professionals pursuing RMP Certification can easily interpret the latest tools and techniques applied in risk management as per industry standards.

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7 Tricks to Crack PMI-RMP Certification Exam In United States

The Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) credential is given to project managers by the Project Management Institute (PMI). The planning process of identifying, analyzing, and preventing potential risks from impacting the project is known as risk management. Project managers are in charge of the risk management process. They must have a thorough understanding of risk management in order to avoid any potential project risks.

PMI-RMP Certification promotes one’s ability to recognize and analyze project risks, minimize threats, and seize opportunities. This credential helps candidates stand out to employers, stakeholders, and peers. In addition, an individual's career as a qualified professional in the project management field can be enhanced with advanced skills.

Ascertain The RMP Exam Format

Before preparing for the RMP Exam, candidates should be familiar with the exam format. This further helps in acquiring a better understanding of the exam and preparing better. The format of the PMI-RMP Exam is as follows.

  • The exam has 115 questions out of which 15 are pretest questions.
  • The time duration is 2.5 hours
  • The passing score is determined by Psychometric analysis.
  • Candidates can take the exam three times a year

Here, is a step-by-step guide to get through the PMI RMP Exam in United States.

Understand the five risk management domains:

PMI-RMP Exam Content is divided into five risk management domains. These are:

  • Risk Strategy and Planning
  • Risk Identification
  • Risk Analysis
  • Risk Response
  • Monitor and Close Risks

Comprehend the risk techniques:

Candidates should be able to evaluate threats and opportunities using both quantitative and qualitative risk techniques. Threats to a project's success can be minimized by responding to them. Having the ability to respond to opportunities can assist in increasing the project's value. Quantitative risk techniques include studying sensitive analysis, expected monetary value, Monte Carlo simulation, integrated cost and schedule, multi-factor regression analysis, and bowtie analysis. On the other hand, qualitative risk techniques include probability-impact analysis and planning of scenarios.

Refer to the handbook:

Candidates can prepare with the PMBOK Guide and other reference books suggested by PMI, as it is a great resource for all exam topics. Individuals should learn further chapters from the PMBOK 6th handbook to understand each of the processes, their inputs, tools and techniques, and outputs. The chapters that can be referred to are:

  • Quality Management(Chapter 8)
  • Communication Management(Chapter 9)
  • Human Resource Management(Chapter 10)
  • Stakeholder Management(Chapter 13)
  • Procurement Management (Chapter 12)

Know the stakeholders :

Knowing how a stakeholder approaches risk, as well as researching the information's history, is the best technique to evaluate the organization's risk approach. These are the two most important factors to consider when determining an appropriate risk threshold for any project.

There are three aspects to the risk approach:

Risk attitude - how much risk is a person willing to take in exchange for a certain reward.

Risk tolerance - the extent to which a person is willing to accept the risk

Risk threshold - the point beyond which additional risk is intolerable

Master the art of communication:

Candidates should be familiar with the risk management communication process. As a result, the project manager should be able to explain management strategy and risk to both stakeholders and the entire organization. The project manager's main role is to keep stakeholders and the project team up-to-date on the status of project risks.

Attend the RMP Training program:

Before attempting the PMI-RMP Exam, aspirants may enroll in PMI-RMP Training courses offered by training providers. Sessions for the PMI-RMP are held both online and in-classroom mode. As a result, the applicant will be able to prepare at home. All facets and domains of risk management are covered in these courses.

PMI Audit

It is a procedure that examines whether a candidate meets the PMI-RMP requirements. A candidate’s application will be chosen randomly by PMI. Additionally, candidates selected for the PMI Audit are notified through email. Each candidate will be given 90 days to fulfill audit requirements. On clearing the process, candidates are allowed to schedule and pay for the exam.

What is the PMI- RMP Examination process?

  • Candidates must check PMI's eligibility requirements for RMP before applying for the PMI-RMP exam.
  • Applicants need to create an account on
  • Enter the details as required on the PMI-RMP Exam application.
  • Candidates will get an application confirmation email from PMI within 5-10 days.
  • If the application is selected for audit, PMI will offer the applicant 90 days to submit audit materials.

Candidates can pay the necessary fees and choose the exam appointment date as per their convenience.

The most important things for a candidate to remember are to make an appropriate exam preparation plan and to select appropriate resources. They can obtain PMI RMP Certification in United States with the help of these resources. Candidates can easily open the door to opportunities in the field of risk management with the esteemed PMI RMP Certification.

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