Certified Risk Management Professional certification is offered by The American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Moreover, RIMS certificate helps you gain competitive knowledge and experiences. Also, it provides you with prestigious professional reputation. Read more about our best management certifications here. Or check out our related certifications: Project Management Professional (PMI-PMP), Talent Management Practitioner (TMP), and Certified Innovation Leader (CIL).
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
American National Standards Institute ANSI is a nonprofit organization that gives Institutes international recognition and certify E-learning programs. Also, ANSI gives the the standard for risk management competency globally.
Also, to enroll the course, you have to get one of the following:
- A bachelor degree and one- year work experience in risk management. or
- A bachelor degree in non- risk management study and three years of full-time experience in risk management.
- Seven years experience of risk management
- Possessing the Associate in Risk Management (ARM) and/or Canadian Risk Management (CRM) designation is considered as two years experience.
RIMS Study Material
You can download the the RIMS-CRMP-FED Study Guide to help you prepare for the core RIMS-CRMP exam (part 1) and FED exam (part 2).
Certainly, you can register for the certification online through the website.
- Members: 350$
- Non- members: 500$.
- Members: 250$
- Non- members: 400$
Exam extension fee:
- Members: 150$
- Non-members: 250$
Hand score fee: 25$
That is to say, the exam discusses several topics which you will learn in the study material. Also, below you can read the details of the exam.
- Exam Format: the exam consists of 120 questions of multiple choice
- Exam Duration: 2 hours
- Mode: Computer Based Test
- Location: PearsonVue testing sites
- Retaking the exam: candidates who didn’t pass the exam, must pay a retest fee.
Certificate replacement fee: 20$