A risk management certification is an industry-standard credential that measures a candidate's experience and background knowledge. You must pursue a certification before beginning a career in risk management.
Risk management professionals are responsible for identifying, investigating, and measuring risk for an organization.
Certified risk management professionals also focus on:
• Helping organizations adapt to a fluctuating market’
• Keeping track of legal compliance.
• Creating strategies for better operational efficiency.
• Generating programs to gain public relations for an organization.
• Providing organizations guidance about modifying economic changes.
A few types of risk management certifications are:
• RIMS-CRMP (The Risk and Insurance Management - Certified Risk Management Professional) certification
• CRM (Certified Risk Manager)
• PMI-RMP (Project Management Institute - Risk Management Professional)
• ERM (Enterprise Risk Management) certificate.
• CERA (Chartered Enterprise Risk Analyst)
• FRM (Financial Risk Management)
• PRM (Professional Risk Management)