Gregory E. Thomas, PMP

Greg is the owner of Your Risk Management Instructor, LLC. Specializing in projects involving the federal government, Greg is well versed in Supply Chain Management, Test and Evaluation, Life Cycle Management, and Lean Maintenance Repair and Overhaul. Coming from a military background, he will provide a foundation for you to translate work experience into a meaningful certification that will propel you headfirst into a new career.


Notable accomplishments:

Master’s Degree in Business Administration

Project Management Professional (PMP®)

Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP®)

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

Achieving PMI-RMP certification is more challenging than you might think.  The exam is very tough, is designed to test your knowledge on the expert level, and is made all the more difficult by a general lack of quality instructional resources.  Greg's course is a "one stop shop" for meeting PMI's educational requirements, which offers an extremely comprehensive review of everything you will truly need to pass the PMI-RMP exam, including some of the most realistic and difficult questions available.  His content is very current, and accurately reflects the complexity and diverse challenges you will face on the exam.  Many of the RMP resources on the market are sub-par: too simplistic, inaccurate, omitting key content, and not representative of the difficulty of the exam.  You will also note that many of the "big names" in PMP prep have thus far avoided developing RMP prep materials due to the general difficulty and ambiguity associated with the exam.  Getting a sense of the exam is quite difficult - much of the information you will find online in blogs and forums about the depth and complexity of the test is inaccurate, and the "free questions" floating around the internet are not very helpful.  Greg's course is quite challenging, but you absolutely need this level of challenge to learn, grow, and pass the exam.  His resources were an important part of my RMP journey, which resulted in my passing on the first try while achieving "Above Target" in all areas of the test.