Topics addressed in the ERM course include âERM, Strategy, and Exposure Spaces; Integrating Risk Management and Organizational Strategyâ and âERM as a ProjectâBuilding the Business Caseâ. The intensive three-day course, conducted by RIMS, gives participants the opportunity to work with trained instructors and fellow practitioners to learn how to best implement ERM within their organizations.Â
To enhance understanding, participants will be encouraged to complete a self-study component before attending the course. The course will provide networking opportunities, hands-on experience with an ERM toolkit and valuable preparation for the ARM-E designation exam.
Through the course, participants will learn to:Â
Prepare their organizations to meet rating agency requirements by using a practical toolkit to initiate and implement strategic ERM.
Help their organizations make better informed business decisions and optimize risk taking by aligning it with strategic goals.
Position ERM for success by learning how to coach risk owners regarding the implementation of risk management processes within their sphere of responsibility.
Communicate and consult more effectively with critical internal and external stakeholders by sharing internationally recognized ERM guidelines.
âRisk management is the shared responsibility of all employees within an organization, not just one individual,â says Jean-Paul Louisot, senior director of knowledge resources at the Institutes. âThe ERM program will enable seasoned risk management professionals to successfully integrate a functional ERM culture into their existing organizational culture."
âThe spotlight on risk management practices shines brighter than ever before. This advanced ERM course and ARM-E designation will give risk practitioners the tools and skills to raise the bar on ERM within their businesses,â says Mary Roth, executive director of RIMS.
For more information, visit the Institutesâ Web site at www.aicpcu.org.
Note to Editors: The American Institute for CPCU and Insurance Institute of America are not-for-profit organizations offering knowledge solutions and professional development services to the risk management and property-casualty insurance community. The Institutes offer the CPCU designation program; associate designation programs in areas such as claims, risk management, underwriting, and reinsurance; introductory and foundation programs; and online courses, all of which help drive better decision making to propel business success.Â