Risk Managers are in high demand! Distinguish yourself from the crowd and get the credential that sets you apart—Certified Risk Manager (CRM).

Risk Managers don’t leave anything to chance! Participate in the program that gives you a dependable advantage in the demanding field of risk management—the CRM Program.

Risk management is one of the many responsibilities of a variety of professionals, including accountants, attorneys, financial and insurance professionals, and specialists in loss control. If you are one of these practitioners, you may be ready to take courses or pursue your CRM designation. If you:

  • are a risk manager, financial or insurance professional, licensed agent, broker, accountant, or solicitor,
  • have at least two years of full-time experience in the insurance industry or in risk management,
  • have taken a CRM course through the UACRM program, or
  • have served as a full-time risk management or insurance faculty member at an accredited college or university,

You’ll benefit from attending CRM courses—gaining expertise and credibility with your organization and in the risk management community.

Earning the CRM designation demonstrates your expertise and shows that you are a part of an international network of respected and dedicated risk management professionals.

These are the times clients and colleagues need you the most.

Risk management is one of the many responsibilities of a variety of professionals, including accountants, attorneys, financial and insurance professionals, and specialists in loss control. If you’re one of these practitioners, you may be ready to take courses or pursue your instructor-led CRM designation online.

CRM Courses

*To help you provide the very best coverage information, this online course includes NEW COVID-19 content as it relates to insurance and risk management.

 

Analysis is a vital step in the risk management process— using risk data to analyze the frequency and severity of losses, the potential for future losses, and cost-benefits of control solutions.

You’ll acquire a facility with the analysis and measurement of exposures and loss data that is fundamental to risk management. It’s recommended that you take this Analysis of Risk course before Financing of Risk.

This 16-hour course includes application exercises.

Topics

  • Types of Risk Analysis
  • Quantitative Analysis: Tools
  • Quantitative Analysis: Forecasting
  • Time Value of Money Concepts
  • Risk Management Decisions
  • Risk Modeling
  • Risk Analysis Practical Application

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*To help you provide the very best coverage information, this online course includes NEW COVID-19 content as it relates to insurance and risk management.

 

Learn to take action by focusing on solutions that will prevent, reduce, avoid, or eliminate risk.

Take this 16-hour course to gain proficiency in the application of risk control techniques—safety, alternative dispute resolution, employment practices liability, and crisis management. It centers on the latest trends in risk control for cyber, fleet, and ergonomic risks and provides crisis management, disaster planning, and claims management concepts.

This 16-hour course includes application exercises.

New and Updated! Topics covered:

  • Risk Control and Mitigation – Human Resources
  • Risk Control and Mitigation – Property & Liability
  • Crisis & Disaster Planning
  • Claims Management

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*To help you provide the very best coverage information, this online course includes NEW COVID-19 content as it relates to insurance and risk management.

 

Risk financing options can solve the various needs of an organization based on its risk-taking appetite and ability.

Financing of Risk is often an intricate and complex task. In this course, you will compare various financing options: non-insurance transfer, guaranteed cost plans, retro plans, dividend plans, pools, and various types of captives. You will learn how to deliver the message to management in present value dollars. We recommend that this course be taken after Analysis of Risk.

This 16-hour course includes application exercises.

Topics Covered:

  • Risk Financing Fundamentals

  • Risk Financing Program Decision Making
  • Methods for Risk Financing
  • Risk Financing Team
  • Alternative Risk Transfer

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*To help you provide the very best coverage information, this online course includes NEW COVID-19 content as it relates to insurance and risk management.

 

This course give you an understanding of the daily managerial and organizational requirements of risk managers and how an organization utilizes the risk management process.

This updated and revised course consolidates what you have learned in other CRM courses. For this reason, it is suggested that you take this course last. Practice of Risk Management also helps you tackle the daily managerial and organizational requirements of risk managers and consultants. New topics include International and Multinational Risks and Compliance and Governance.

This 16-hour course includes application exercises.

New and Revised! Topics Covered:

  • The Risk Manager
  • The Risk Management Network
  • Information Technology for Risk Managers
  • Total Cost Of Risk
  • Due Diligence
  • Managing the Risk of Intangible Assets
  • Executive Risk
  • International & Multinational Risks

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This course provides a solid foundation in risk management essentials that give you the tools to properly identify exposures.

This 16-hour course lays a solid foundation by giving you the tools to properly identify exposures—the first and most important step in the risk management process. It is suggested that you take this course first.

This 16-hour course includes application exercises.

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction to Enterprise Risk Management
  • Risk Management and the Organization
  • Introduction to Risk Identification
  • Risk Identification Methods I – Self Administered Tools
  • Risk Identification Methods II – Loss Data Analysis
  • Risk Identification Methods III – Financial Statement Analysis
  • Risk Identification Methods IV – Internal and External Review

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Learning Options

Instructor-Led Online

*In-Person Classroom

Designation

Earning the CRM designation demonstrates your expertise and dedication to the risk management industry.

Earning the Designation

To earn the designation, take all five CRM courses and pass the corresponding exams within five calendar years after you pass your first CRM exam.

Earning Multiple Designations

You can also achieve the CIC designation by completing any four CIC courses plus one CRM course. This option allows you to earn both the CRM and CIC designations by completing only nine courses—the four CIC courses of your choice, plus all five CRM courses.

How to Keep Your Designation

After receiving the CRM designation, no further examinations are required. To keep your designation current, you’ll need to complete any one of these yearly update options.

  • James K. Ruble Seminar
  • PROFocus Series Seminar
  • MEGA Seminar
  • Dynamics of Selling
  • Dynamics of Sales Management
  • Dynamics of Company/Agency Relationships
  • Certified Risk Manager (CRM) course
  • Certified Personal Risk Manager (CPRM) course
  • Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) course

Benefits

What's in it for
Your Clients?

  • Practical, real-world information that provides best-in-class knowledge and best-in-class protection.
  • A well-designed and thorough profile of complex exposures and coverage remedies
  • Your in-depth knowledge of current approaches in both personal and commercial lines

What's in it for Your Agency or Company?

  • A professional and competitive advantage with a solid risk management plan in place
  • A skilled and prepared risk manager leading the charge in protecting an organization’s assets and bottom-line
  • Aggregated value of implementing ERM programs covering the downside and upside of risk

What's in it for You?

  • An internationally recognized risk management designation
  • Curriculum developed by practicing risk professionals and educators
  • A comprehensive education in qualitative and quantitative tools
  • An instructive overview of the 5 steps of risk management—identification of exposures, analysis of risk, risk control techniques, financing of risk, and administration
  • The ability to identify and manage emerging and evolving risks
  • Put-it-to-use-now risk management skills and solutions
  • Real-life examples and experiences shared by instructors who are active in the field
  • Implementation of the universal application of risk management concepts

Try something new.
Keep earning your CE and continue your professional development.

The knowledge and skills you develop in any one of our online courses or designation programs can be put to use immediately, helping you thrive even in uncertain times. Whether you’re new to your career or a seasoned professional, The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research is here to help you keep learning and succeeding.