ARM Courses

 ARM Courses

The Associate in Risk Management (ARM) designation is nationally recognized as a cornerstone for many risk Management positions.  In order to receive this designation, individuals must pass 3 tests in the following areas:

  • Risk Assessment (ARM 54)
  • Risk Control (ARM 55)
  • Risk Financing (ARM 56)
  • Enterprise Risk (ARM 57)

The Oregon RIMS chapter sponsors the graduate level courses to prepare students to take the exams.  Typically, ARM 54 is offered in the fall and winter terms, ARM 55 is offered during the winter term and ARM 56 is available during the fall term.  Courses do not need to be taken in a specific order.

Contact Troy Hall, Oregon RIMS Education Chair via email for more information.
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Associate in Risk Management (ARM) is a nationally recognized designation

75% of ARM designees said completing the program resulted in faster career progression – AICPCU.org

 

~ COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ~

 

 

ARM 54: RISK MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES

Focuses on risk management programs and process; operational, financial and strategic risk management; and risk identification, analysis and treatment. LENGTH OF COURSE: 11 weeks.  INSTRUCTOR:  Eva LaBonte, MS, ARM, (503) 846-4476, Eva_LaBonte@co.washington.or.us  TIME AND LOCATION: Live online course, 5:00 – 6:30 PM on Tuesdays, January 16 to March 20, 2018.

 

ARM 55: RISK ASSESSMENT & TREATMENT

Focuses on root cause analysis, business continuity, property risk, legal and regulatory risk, management liability, HR risk, environmental risk, crime and cyber risk, and fleet risk. LENGTH OF COURSE: 11 weeks. INSTRUCTOR: Victoria Nolan, ARM, CSP, (503) 681-3626, nolanv@cleanwaterservices.org  TIME AND LOCATION: Live Online Course on Tuesdays from 5:00 – 7:00 PM, May 1st – July 17th, 2018 (No class July 3rd)


Early Bird Registration ends April 1, 2018.  Registrations after that date may not be accepted.  No refunds will be given after the first two weeks of the course. Please send checks or credit card information payable to “RIMS Oregon Chapter” as requested below.  RIMS Oregon Chapter reserves the right to make alternative study plans or cancel a class if a minimum registration is not met.

 

Books need to be ordered online at www.aicpcu.org.  RIMS Oregon Chapter does not provide books.  An IIA/CPCU ID Number is required to register if you do not have one please visit the above website.  Please ensure your AICPCU “My Profile” information is listed as NOT CONFIDENTIAL as RIMS Oregon Chapter and your instructor would like to access your contact information. 

Spring ARM Class Flyer