Risk Management Certificate

Course Description

Risk management involves a comprehensive study and review of the loss exposures facing an organization. It deals with the management and with the treatment of accidental and business losses which can seriously affect an organization's normal operation if not handled in an effective manner. Three courses are required in order to obtain the Canadian Risk Management (CRM) designation. On successful completion of these courses, students can take copies of their grades to the Global Risk Management Institute Inc. with an application. On verification of completion, students will receive their CRM designation. It is generally understood that student will progress through the certification in the order outlined below.

Please note that students are required to purchase textbooks for these courses. Textbook costs are additional to the course fees.

The Global Risk Management Institute Inc.

The Global Risk Management Institute is the governing body that determines standards, sponsors education programs and controls the professional designations for the Canadian Risk Management Certificate. Today, the institute has more than 400 members who include risk management professionals, insurance brokers, and insurance adjusters as well as business leaders interested in increasing their risk management knowledge and understanding.

2012/2013 Course Schedule

Risk Assessment

This course entails the following topics:

  1. Risk management techniques
  2. Risk identification and analysis
  3. Property, Income,.Liability, Probability, and Personnel Loss Risks
  4. Risk management decision-making
  5. Capital budgeting methods

Risk Control

Topics in this course include:

  1. Criteria for decision-making
  2. Accidental causes and costs
  3. Controlling personnel losses
  4. Loss control motivation
  5. Interactive approaches to risk control
  6. Non-insurance transfers
  7. A framework for the management of risk control

Risk Financing

Topics in this course include:

  1. Criteria for risk financing technique selection
  2. Insurance as a risk financing technique
  3. Net income and personnel losses
  4. Accounting and some income tax aspects of accidental losses
  5. Insurance pricing and selection of insurers and their representatives
  6. Implementing risk retention, risk cost allocation

Workshop Cost: $900

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