Risk management tools allow planners to explicitly address uncertainty by identifying and generating metrics, parameterizing, prioritizing, developing mitigations and tracking risk. These capabilities are very difficult to track without documentation or a software application. Simple risk management tools provide with ease of documentation while more sophisticated tools provide a visual display of risks. Most cutting edge tools are further capable to aggregate risks into a coherent picture. This course aims at providing hands on experience on how to use these cutting edge tools to manage risk.