Chapter Resource Center
Welcome to the RIMS Chapter Resource Center. Here you will find tools that will help you communicate with your chapter members, manage chapter administration, and plan successful events. If you have questions about your chapter or the Chapter Resource Center, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The RIMS Chapter Toolkit
Introducing the RIMS Chapter Toolkit, a new archive of templates, procedures, processes, and best practices for chapters to use in helping to build a more robust member community. Created by the RIMS Member and Chapter Engagement Committee, this toolkit is a living resource where chapters can access materials without having to reinvent the wheel.Learn more
Chapter Reports, Resources & Tools
Chapter officer tools provide chapter officers with useful handbooks, templates, and resources that they can use in the day-to-day management of their chapters.
The most important resource a chapter has is it's members. Having accurate data on your membership and effective engagement is vital to long term chapter success.View Reports
RIMS provides valuable tools through which chapters can communicate with their members about events, membership drives, or continue discussions from chapter meetings.View Tools
Running a successful chapter often comes down to operations and finance. Is your chapter in-sync with the Society? Is your chapter in good financial health?View Resources
Local RIMS Chapters hold regular innovative events to bring the latest developments in risk management and best practices to their members. Organized by local risk communities, these meetings are a great opportunity to meet fellow risk managers in your area!Find an Event
The RIMS Professional Exchange of Risk Knowledge (PERK) program is a free educational program offered to RIMS chapters who are looking for innovative programming at their next chapter meeting.
Ensure Successful Events with Free Chapter Programming!
- Sessions generally include a 60-to-90 minute presentation followed by opportunities for interaction.
- Sessions are available to all North American chapters unless otherwise noted in the session description.
- The sessions can found on the PERK 2022 Session Request Form FINAL and can be tailored to fit your upcoming Educational Day, Information day, Regional Conference or other chapter events.
- Multiple sessions can be held in one day, and there is no limit to the number of sessions that can be held per year.
How to Schedule One
Scheduling a session is EASY—complete the PERK 2022 Session Request Form FINAL by clicking the link the document and completing the online request form. Sessions are free for chapters, unless otherwise noted on the session request form.
Further questions? Send your inquiries to PERK@RIMS.org.
All PERK Sessions should be requested at least four weeks before the meeting is scheduled to take place. For special arrangements please email PERK@RIMS.org.
Scheduled PERK sessions must be canceled more than two weeks (10 business days) in advance of the presentation date. After that deadline, chapters will be responsible for covering any non-refundable travel expenses incurred by the PERK Partners.
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