Dr. Francisco Zagmutt has an impressive command of the tools used in conducting a quantitative risk analysis which include frequentist and Bayesian probability theories, statistics, mathematics, and programming in Excel, R, WinBugs and @RISK, that go well beyond his formal education. He offered a wide array of references with a degree of technical difficulty that reflects his strong interest in the subject matter and his commitment to stay current. In addition to an impressive knowledge base, Francisco is an excellent teacher. The class contained individuals with diverse backgrounds from professional to academic degrees and he brought us all along with him. He was able to answer all questions and provide hands-on exercises that were relevant to conducting a QRA. I highly recommend the class.