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Online Courses

RIMS Online Courses incorporate various mediums, case studies, practical exercises and articles. Each RIMS Online Course is worth one credit towards RIMS Fellow.

To register, click the appropriate Online Course title below:

Risk Analysis Forecasting Tools

As claim and exposure data becomes more available, the challenge is knowing how to correctly use and interpret these resources. 
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
  • Identify methods essential for cutting claims costs and improving risk financing
  • Make informed, data-driven risk management decisions
  • Use data to confirm your knowledge
  • Discuss the extended capabilities of any RMIS or MS Excel regarding advanced statistical, modeling, and visualization features
The course is divided into four modules: 
  • Defining
  • Understanding
  • Gaining Insight
  • Presenting
By taking this course practitioners will:
  • Improve their risk analysis skills using MS Office and other statistical software products
  • Utilize the fingerprint technique to apply existing data
  • Perform linear regression forecasts
  • Apply statistical evaluations, including tests of association
Who Should Attend
CFOs, risk, claims and safety managers.

Designing an Enterprise Risk Management Framework

​​Need to get an ERM program started or re-started? This interactive course will enable you to design a successful framework that will help you answer the following typical questions:

  • Before conducting that first risk assessment, what options should be considered?
  • How can you determine what type of risk attitude your organization exhibits?
  • What do you need to do to gain credibility and commitment for the program?
  • What specific design elements need to be in place?
  • How can you overcome certain common ERM obstacles?
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Discuss how to modify traditional approaches to develop a more proactive risk management strategy
  • Analyze your organizations core values and identify how they affect risk taking attitudes, appetites and tolerances
  • Calculate the value added to your organization through implementation of an ERM program
  • Examine how governance drivers determine value in an organizations ERM strategy
  • Analyze the role of international, national and regional standards that insure risks are being managed effectively within your organization
  • Summarize the framework that serves as both a structure and a system to support your organizations strategic and operational ERM objectives
  • Examine the seven essential attributes of a successful ERM along a maturity spectrum
Who Should Attend
Executives, directors, and managers in risk management, strategic planning, finance, audit, legal, security, compliance and consultants contracted to implement ERM

What You Will Cover

  • Stages of the ERM success trajectory model
  • Inherent characteristics of risk
  • Benefits of an ERM program
  • Impact of an organization’s culture on risk management efforts
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Registration rates for the above RIMS Online Courses:
RIMS Members: $395 (USD)  Non-members: $525 (USD)

With travel and education budgets being cut and time becoming scarce, RIMS has developed these remote-learning options to meet the changing needs of today's professionals to be:

  • Flexible—24/7 access to material
  • Portable—downloadable files
  • Manageable—material presented in small manageable segments called modules
  • Interactive—online forum to network with the instructor and other participants

For details regarding these programs, visit the RIMS Online Courses info page.

RIMS Fellow designation A maximum of four online courses can be used for the RIMS Fellow designation. The online courses with the RF designation offer one RF designation credit. If you have any questions on the RIMS Fellow designation, please visit the RIMS Fellow Page.

RIMS Online Course Partners

RIMS has also partnered with other online course providers, found below. RIMS members receive a 10% discount on select third-party online course providers.


The Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS) program is a continuing education curriculum focusing on the insurance and risk management needs of construction projects and contractors. Those who complete the program are entitled to display the CRIS designation to certify their knowledge of construction insurance and risk management as well as their dedication to the construction industry. Enter D823445 when asked for your special promotion code upon checkout.
The Institutes' Online Learning
In this fast-paced and ever-changing industry, you can't afford to have gaps in your technical knowledge—or the consequent gaps in your performance. The Institutes' online learning gives you timely and easy access to technical insurance knowledge that will help you be more productive and perform at a higher level. Use the promotional code RIMS12 at check out or when you call The Institutes’ customer service department at 1-800-644-2101

Management Liability Insurance Specialist (MLIS)
Designed for in-house risk managers or insurance buyers to gain specialized expertise in the fundamentals of professional liability insurance and the more specific nuances of directors and officers liability, employment, and fiduciary liability exposures and insurance. Enter B352233 when asked for your special promotion code upon checkout.


Risk Knowledge is a searchable library of relevant information for today's risk professionals. Available materials include RIMS Executive Reports, survey findings.

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