Certified Practising Risk Manager or CPRM® (5+ years’ experience in risk management)
CPRM® certification has been developed to meet the demand for qualified risk professionals with a depth of relevant experience. Organisations are placing greater reliance on having competent risk managers to guide the design and implementation of the risk management framework. A CPRM® is to have knowledge of how to integrate risk management into business processes and systems within an organisation. Further, they need to demonstrate the application of risk across a broad range of risk management fields, for example, governance, people, customers and markets, operations, supply/procurement etc.
Five Reasons Why You Should Consider Becoming a Certified Practising Risk Manager (CPRM®)
It is not a CPRM® Competency requirement to develop and implement risk management enterprise-wide or for a portfolio of projects, though it would be advantageous if a CPRM® candidate had this experience.
The CPRM® exam will be offered three times per year in Australian capital cities. A pre-requisite of the new CPRM® exam is either attending RMIA’s 2 day Management of Enterprise Risk course or recognition of prior learning (by RMIA approved institutions).
Proficiency Statement – Certified Practising Risk Manager v1 6 – to be re-evaluated and added in.
The following CPRM® application must be completed and uploaded with a copy of your resume as part of the online application process.
Please note that the RMIA CPRM® Examination Application Form must be completed prior to applying. You must also provide a most recent copy of your resume.
As part of the examination process for CPRM®, candidates need to be familiar with RMIA’s Risk Management Body of Knowledge (RMBoK). Please review the documents below prior to the exam:
2018 EXAM DATES:
CPRM: Locations TBC
26 September 2018 (All States)