In light of the risks associated with the coronavirus, Cheetah has developed the following Risk Response Plan.
First, we identified the five risks Cheetah students face preparing to take Cheetah’s Accelerated Exam Prep related to the Coronavirus
- A student gets ill from the Coronavirus before class starts and has to postpone taking the class.
- A student gets ill from the Coronavirus during class.
- A student is quarantined outside of class because of Coronavirus but is not ill.
- The class is being held in an area that is quarantined because of the Coronavirus.
- Their Pearson Vue Test center where they have their exam schedule is impacted.
Then we did a qualitative and quantitative risk analysis based on the following research:
1. Lifestyle factors that boost your immune system and reduce the probability of getting Coronavirus and reduce it’s severity if you do.
The good news here is that Cheetah students getting ready to come to class learn and practice every single aspect mentioned in this MD’s research that shows how to boost your immune system. They are also in a cohort of society that is less likely to be severely impacted by this virus. See 2 below.2. Based on research from Wendy Mariner and Michael Ulrich in the SMU Law Review in 2018, “Populations with good nutrition, high literacy rates, adequate income, and access to appropriate medical care, social services, and sources of reliable information are better prepared to understand the meaning of an outbreak and what to do in response.” They are also less likely to suffer severe illness if the infection spreads to them. It is highly likely the vast majority of Cheetah students will be able to do their course work to be prepared to take the PMP exam within the time frame required to meet their objectives.