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IRMI Designations

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​​​​Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS) continuing education program was developed by IRMI to make it​ much easier for insurance agents, brokers, CSRs, and in-house risk managers or insurance buyers to gain specialized expertise in construction insurance and risk management. Obtaining the CRIS certificate will increase the competence, confidence, and credibility of insurance professionals who sell or underwrite insurance for contractors.

EARNING AND MAINTAINING THE CERTIFICATION
Completing the five-part curriculum entitles you to the CRIS certification.  Completing the core curriculum qualifies an individual to use the CRIS certificate for 24 months.  To maintain the certification, the CRIS certification holder must complete only 7 hours of CRIS CE credit during the initial 24 months and every 12 months thereafter.  This can be satisfied through just one additional online CE course or by attending approved seminars and conferences.

REQUIRED COURSES
There are five required courses to earn the CRIS certification, which can be taken in any order.  You must complete a multiple-choice exam for each course.cris-logo.png

  • Commercial Auto, Surety, CIPs and Misc. Lines ​
  • Commercial Liability Insurance for Contractors
  • Contractual Risk Transfer in Construction
  • Property Insurance for Contractors
  • Workers Compensation for Contractors

REGISTER.jpgEach course is $99.  CE is available for an additional $15/course.  These classes are available online.  There are no live classes in CO.

TCCO MEMBER DISCOUNT
Contact TCCO to obtain a discount code that will provide a 15% discount per class. 

CE FOR COLORADO LICENSES 
This CE information is applicable to the online CRIS programs only.  You must request CE when you register for each class and pay the $15 fee to get CE.
  • ​Commercial Auto, Surety, CIPs and Misc. Lines: approved for 9 CO PC CE
  • Commercial Liability Insurance for Contractors: approved for 8 CO PC CE
  • Contractual Risk Transfer in Construction: approved for approved for 9 CO PC CE
  • Property Insurance for Contractors: approved for 8 CO PC CE
  • Workers Compensation for Contractors: approved for 10 CO PC CE

REACCREDITATION COURSES
To renew your CRIS certification each year, you can take an online reaccreditation course or attend approved educational events.

OPTIONAL FOUNDATION COURSE
Newcomers to the insurance industry can take this optional introductory course - Fundamentals of Construction Risk Management and Insurance​ - to build a solid foundation for future learning.

HELPFUL LINKS
CRIS Home Page

​​​​​​The Agribusiness and Farm Insurance Specialist (AFIS) continuing education program was developed to provide an opportunity for insurance agents, brokers, CSRs, and in-house risk managers or insurance buyers to gain specialized expertise in agribusiness and farm ins​urance and risk management.  Completing the AFIS certification will ensure that the agent, broker, underwriter, or insurance purchaser understands the most important insurance needs of agribusiness and farms.

EARNING AND MAINTAINING THE CERTIFICATION
To obtain the AFIS certification, you complete five specialized courses on agribusiness and farm risks insurance.  Completing the core curriculum qualifies an individual to use the AFIS certification for 12 months.  To maintain the AFIS certification, you obtain only 6 hours of approved agribusiness risk and insurance continuing education credit every 12 months and every third year, you obtain those 6 hours by attending an Emmett J Vaughan Agribusiness Conference.  

REQUIRED COURSES
There are five required courses to earn the AFIS certification, which can be taken in any order.  You must complete a multiple-choice exam for each course.afis-logo.png

  • Farm Property
  • Farm Liability
  • Farm Auto, Workers Compensation, and​ Umbrella Insurance
  • Special Farm Property Insurance Lines
  • Miscellaneous Farm Insurance Lines

REGISTER_blue.jpgEach course is $99.  CE is available for an additional $15/course.  These classes are available online.  There are no live classes in CO.

TCCO MEMBER DISCOUNT
Contact TCCO to obtain a discount code that will provide a 15% discount per class.

CE FOR COLORADO LICENSES
This CE information is applicable to the online AFIS courses only.  You must request CE when you register for each class and pay the $15 fee to get CE.
  • Farm Property: approved for 9 CO PC CE
  • Farm Liability: approved for 6 CO PC CE
  • Farm Auto, Workers Compensation, and Umbrella Insurance: approved for 9 CO PC CE
  • Special Farm Property Insurance Lines: approved for 5 CO PC CE
  • Miscellaneous Farm Insurance Lines: approved for 7 CO PC CE

REACCREDITATION COURSES
To renew your certification, you must complete 6 hours of approved continuing education credit each year.  You can take an online reaccreditation course or attend an approved educational event.  Every 3 years, AFIS designees must earn their 6 hours of credit by attending an IRMI Emmett J Vaughan Agribusiness Conference.

OPTIONAL FOUNDATION COURSE
​Newcomers to the insurance industry can take this optional introductory course - Foundations of Farm Insurance -  to build a solid foundation for future learning.

HELPFUL LINKS
AFIS Home Page
AFIS FAQs

​The Management Liability Insurance Specialist (MLIS)​​ continuing education program provides specialized expertise in the fundamentals of professional liability insurance and the more specific nuances of directors and officers (D&O) liability, employment practices liability (EPL), and fiduciary liability exposures and insurance.  The MLIS certification will help you stand out from the competition by understanding these specialized lines often called "management liability" or "executive liability" insurance.

EARNING AND MAINTAINING THE CERTIFICATION
To obtain the MLIS certification, you complete five core courses.  Completing the core curriculum qualifies an individual to use the MLIS certification for 12 months.  To maintain the certification, you ob​tain 3 hours of approved professional or management liability insurance continuing education credit during the first 24 months and every 12 months thereafter.

REQUIRED COURSESmlis-logo.png

  • ​Cyber and Privacy Liability Exposures and How to Insure Them
  • EPL: Understanding the Exposures and Insurance Coverage
  • Fiduciary Liability: What You Need to Know About Exposures and Insurance
  • How to Insure D&O Liabilities
  • Understanding D&O Exposures
REGISTER_blue.jpgEach course is $99.  CE is available for an additional $15/course.  These classes are available online.  There are no live classes in CO.

TCCO MEMBER DISCOUNT
Contact TCCO to obtain a discount code that will provide a 15% discount per class.

CE FOR COLORADO LICENSES
This CE information is applicable to the online MLIS courses only.  You must request CE when you register for each class and pay the $15 fee to get CE.
  • Cyber and Privacy Liability Exposures and How to Insure Them: approved for 8 CO PC CE
  • EPL: Understanding the Exposures and Insurance Coverage: approved for 7 CO PC CE
  • Fiduciary Liability: What You Need to Know About Exposures and Insurance: no CE
  • How to Insure D&O Liabilities: approved for 8 CO PC CE
  • Understanding D&O Exposures: no CE
REACCREDITATION COURSES
To renew your MLIS certification each year, you can take one additional online reaccreditation course or attend an approved education event.

OPTIONAL FOUNDATION COURSE
Newcomers to the insurance industry can take this optional introductory course - Professional and Management Liability: Exposures and Insurance Coverage​ - to build a solid foundation for future learning.

HELPFUL LINKS

​​​​The Energy Risk and Insurance Specialist (ERIS) continuing education program was developed to provide an opportunity for insurance agents, brokers, customer service representatives, underwriters, adjusters and in-house risk managers or insurance buyers to gain specialized expertise in energy insurance and risk management.  Completing the ERIS certification will ensure that the agent, broker, underwriter or insurance purchaser understands the most important insurance needs of the energy industry.

EARNING AND MAINTAINING THE CERTIFICATION
Completing the five-part curriculum entitles an individual to the ERIS certification.  Completing the core curriculum entitles an individual to use the ERIS certification for 12 months.  To maintain the certification, the ERIS certification holder must complete 6 hours of ERIS continuing education credit every 12 months thereafter.  

REQUIRED COURSESeris-logo-(300x150).png

  • Understanding the Oil and Gas Industry and Its Risks
  • Contractual Risk Transfer in Energy
  • Commercial Liability Insurance for the Energy Industry
  • Workers Compensation and Maritime Liability for the Energy Industry
  • Control of Well/Operators Extra Expense Risks and Insurance

REGISTER_red.jpgEach course is $99.  CE is available for an additional $15/course.  These classes are available online.  There are no live classes in CO.

TCCO MEMBER DISCOUNT
Contact TCCO to obtain a discount code that will provide a 15% discount per class.

CE FOR COLORADO LICENSES

  • Understanding the Oil and Gas Industry and Its Risks: approved for 8 CO PC CE
  • Contractual Risk Transfer in Energy: approved for 10 CO PC CE
  • Commercial Liability Insurance for the Energy Industry: approved for 11 CO PC CE
  • Workers Compensation and Maritime Liability for the Energy Industry: approved for 8 CO PC CE
  • Control of Well/Operators Extra Expense Risks and Insurance: approved for 7 CO PC CE

REACCREDITATION COURSES
​To renew the ERIS certification each year, you take one additional online reaccreditation course.

HELPFUL LINKS
ERIS Home Page
ERIS FAQs​