Construction Risk Management – Enhancing Project Success Through The Conduct Of Risk Management Processes

Estimated read time 3 min read

30 September – 1 October 2024

9:00am – 5:00pm

Online Workshop via Zoom

Fee: Php 8,000.00 / person plus 12% VAT

  • Early Registration Payment: Ten-Percent (10%) Discount if  PAID thirty (30) days before the training date
  • Group Discount: Five-Percent (5%) on Three (3) or More Participants

Course description

The Construction Risk Management (CRM) is a two (2) days training with CPD Credits and also a part of the 5 training series prerequisite module for Enhanced Construction Managers’ Training And Certification Program (E-COMTCP).

A number of projects fail during execution because of risks that were not considered during the planning stage. Whether it is a case of poor planning or poor execution, the practice of conducting risk management in construction projects is not commonly exercised because of less or no knowledge of its processes. This course is designed to provide a well-defined approach to identifying, assessing and monitoring risks that may affect project objectives on scope, schedule, cost and quality, as well as outlining appropriate responses to eliminate or mitigate adverse effects to business operations, company property, resources, reputation, and the environment. This will cover the processes of conducting risk management from planning to execution to enhance the probability of meeting project goals and deliverables.


The main objective of this course is to enhance the competency of Project Engineers / Managers in handling projects by teaching them how to conduct risk management in construction projects. A structured approach to identifying risks, ranking through qualitative and quantitative analyses, monitoring and control, and defining risk treatment options will be covered in the topics to protect the project scope, schedule and cost baselines from slippage and enhance project success.

Course outline

  • Risk Management: Identifying Risks; Performing Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Analyses; Planning Risk Responses; and Monitoring / Controlling Risks.
  • Risk Response Scheduling: Defining Activities; Sequencing Activities, Estimating Activity Resources; Estimating Activity Durations; Preparing the Schedule; and Controlling the Schedule Baseline.
  • Identifying External and Internal Stakeholders having different influences on the Risk Response.
  • Risk Response Scoping: Collecting Requirements; Defining the Scope; Creating the Work Breakdown Structure; Validating and Controlling the Scope Baseline.
  • Risk Treatment Cost: Cost Estimating; Creating the Budget; Controlling the Cost Baseline.
  • Preparing the Detailed Risk Response Execution Plan.

About the Facilitator:

Engr. Ernesto R. Gagto, Jr. is a Registered Civil Engineer and a Certified Project Management Professional (PMP).  He obtained his PMP certification from the Project Management Institute based in Pennsylvania, USA, and has earned his diploma course in project management from the Ateneo Center for Continuing Education.  He currently runs a project management consulting firm that was accredited by PRC as a CPD Provider. He has thirty-six (36) extensive years of experience in various Geothermal Fluid Collection and Reinjection Systems, Mine Tailings Dam and Spillway Construction, Hydroelectric projects, Off-shore and On-shore Port Facilities, Roads and Bridges projects, Wind Farm Site Development, Solar Power Installations, Buildings and Grounds, Geotechnical Investigation and Exploration Works, Slope Stabilization Projects, and Materials Testing and Quality Control.

Bank details

Banco de Oro (BDO)
Account Name: Aguila Group Companies (AGC) Development Corporation
Account Number:
00 543 801 3291
Swift Code:

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