Principles of Risk Management is usually the first course participants take. It gives an overall knowledge of the risk management process. Analysis of Risk teaches participants to analyze and measure exposures and loss data Control of Risk builds proficiency in safety, alternative disppute resolution, employment practices liability, and crisis management.
Financing of Risk compares and studies various financing options and helps attendees learn to deliver the message to management in present value dollars. Practice of Risk Management consolidates all aspects of risk management, including implementing and monitoring the risk management process in an organization.
To earn the CRM designation, participants must complete all five courses and pass the examinations within five calendar years. To maintain the CRM designation, designees must fulfill an annual continuing education requirement. The CRM Program is conducted by The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research.
The certified risk manager designation is fairly new to the insurance risk management world. Currently there are more than 2000 CRMs worldwide. Risk Management is an ever growing field of endeavor, and it's a pragmatic extension of the domain of insurance.
The risk management process is, usually, five-layered:
In order to secure the a professional designation in this area (CRM: Certified Risk manager)one needs to complete the prescribed coursework offered by The National Alliance for Insurance Education and Research.