CCRM Exam Fees and Enrollment
To take the CCRM exam, you must first enroll then pay the Program Fee. Within 2-3 business days of paying the Program Fee, you will receive access to the Digital Handbook and authorization to take the CCRM exam at a Pearson VUE testing center. Your exam authorization is valid for 12 months after purchase.
Important notice about COVID19 and PRMIA examinations
As you prepare to schedule and take your examination at a Pearson VUE test center, learn more about Pearson VUE's country-based guidance to ensure your health and safety as well as the safety of employees at the Pearson VUE testing centers.
|CCRM Program Fee
|Sustaining Member Price
|Contributing Member Price
Discounts available to groups, contact [email protected] for more information
Enroll in CCRM
The CCRM exam is proctored by Pearson VUE with secure testing centers in approximately 6,000 locations in more than 170 countries. Find a testing center near you.
ALERT: Beginning 18 Feb 2018, you will no longer need to use a voucher number to schedule your exams. PRMIA will authorize you to schedule and take your exam. If you experience difficulty scheduling your exam, please Contact Us here.
Exams are offered on every business day of the year.
Candidates may only sit for the same exam once every 90 days.
How to Register for the CCRM Exam
Become a PRMIA Member
Enroll and pay program fee
Once you receive your authorization to test via email, click through to Pearson VUE to create an account and schedule your exam
IMPORTANT Exam scores will not be visible on the PRMIA website if you do not follow this. When creating an account with Pearson VUE you will be asked for your PRMIA username. This will become your Pearson VUE "client question". If you do not replicate your PRMIA username in this field your exams scores will not associate properly to your PRMIA member page. Additionally, please do not create multiple accounts at Pearson VUE as this can also create difficulties in reporting exam results.
Pearson VUE will send you confirmation of your scheduled exam.
On the date of your appointment, arrive at the testing center at least 15 minutes before the scheduled start time. You must bring two forms of identification with you. The first must be a current government-issued ID with your photograph and signature. A digital signature using a signature pad and a digital photograph will be taken during the admissions process at the testing center. Candidates must sign-in and sign-out of the testing center.
|Examples of Acceptable Forms of Government Issued ID
||Examples of Acceptable Forms of Supplemental ID
||Examples of Unacceptable Forms of ID
National Identity Card
Employee ID Card
Social Security Card
Exam Cancellations/ Changes
In recognition of the busy and changing schedules of risk managers, you may change your exam appointment without charge through the Pearson VUE system. Please note that all change requests must be made at least one business day before the testing date or the entire exam fee will be forfeited.
Because of the flexibility in rescheduling, exam fees are non-refundable.
Testing Facility Policies
Arrive On Time
It is very important that you leave enough time to arrive at the testing center early. Candidates that arrive late to the test center may not be permitted to test. The full charge for the exam will be made if you are not admitted for any reason. As these centers offer exams for other organizations as well, not everyone in the room will be taking the same exam, so no assumptions should be made about when other candidates enter or leave the testing center.
Each testing center has an administrator who can assist candidates with any questions that they may have. In the event of any incident (computer failure, inadequate supplies, excessive noise, or any other circumstance) which the candidate believes is not compatible with good examination conditions, this must be brought to the attention of the examination proctor immediately upon the incident being noticed – without continuing the exam. Failure to inform the proctor in this manner will invalidate any subsequent candidate incident reporting which cannot be substantiated by the test center.
The Associate PRM exam is conducted under secure conditions. Any attempt by candidates to copy questions, by any means including organized memorizing, and to distribute these questions to other individuals, will be treated as unethical behavior and may result in penalties against the candidate which could include forfeit of any PRMIA certifications, vouchers, and possible expulsion from PRMIA. Incitement to copy, and usage of copied questions may also result in the same penalties.