Certified Risk Manager (CRM) designation program

The Certified Risk Managers (CRM) designation demonstrates that you are knowledgeable in all areas of managing risks, hazards, and exposures.  The courses provide you with an in-depth knowledge about today’s highest priorities – identifying, analyzing, controlling, financing, and administering operational risks – as well as political risks, catastrophic loss exposures, third-party exposures, fiduciary exposures, employee injury exposures, juridical risks, legal risks, and more – whether insurable or not. The skills you learn will make you more proactive and valuable to your organization in discovering how risks can interrupt the flow of earnings and how to protect against it.

Upcoming CRM Programs in Colorado                                           
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October 23-25, 2019 - Principles of Risk - Denver​

The five CRM courses are:
Each course is 2 days of instruction followed by an optional exam the morning of the third day.  All programs in CO follow this schedule:
Day 1: Registration 7:30a; Class 8a - 5:15p, Exam Briefing 5:15p - 5:30p
Day 2: Class 8a - 5p
Day 3: Exam 8a​ - 10a

All CRMs are approved for state continuing education.  Colorado CE for each program is detailed below.  For CE for other states, call TCCO - (303) 512-0627 or The National Alliance - 1 (800) 633-2165 for details.​​
Colorado CE
  • Principles of Risk Management - CE for 16 hour format will be posted soon​
  • Analysis of Risk - CE for 16 hour format will be posted soon
  • Control of Risk - approved for 16 PC CE credits
  • Financing of Risk - CE for 16 hour format will be posted soon​
  • Practice of Risk Management - approved for 16 PC CE credits

Visit The National Alliance CRM Main Page for additinal information.  Click here​ for information regarding online CRM.

Visit your PROfile page to check your progess in obtaining the CRM or to update your information with The National Alliance.

Electronic Devices are now allowed at CRM.  Click here​ for additional information.

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