Interested in earning the Associate in Risk Management (ARM) designation, but don't know where to start or don't want to study on your own? To achieve your ARM designation, you must complete three core courses with an exam and an ethics exam:
ARM 400 – Risk in an Evolving World
ARM 401 – Holistically Assessing Risk
ARM 402 – Successfully Treating Risk
URMIA members can take advantage of a virtual study program: an 8-week program for each of the three core courses that are a part of the credential curriculum taking place on Tuesday nights. The sessions will be recorded. Erike Young, risk manager at CIRA, who has taught the ARM courses for many years, will be your instructor.
ARM 400 is the foundational course and provides an excellent introduction to risk management and how it has evolved from focusing on hazard risk to enterprise-wide risks that are often not insurable.
There is no cost for the class, but you will be responsible for the fee for the ARM materials ($365 for the online textbook and $225 for the exam).
Interested students may register here.