Maintaining PRMTM Certification

Earning the PRM signifies to the world that you have the knowledge, skills, and qualifications that risk managers must bring to today’s fast-changing financial environment.

Continued Risk Learning (CRL)

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PRM Designation holders are required to submit 20 CRL credits annually to maintain the PRM Designation, and remain a PRMIA Sustaining member.

As a PRMIA Sustaining member, you have access to:
  • up to 24 Thought Leadership webinars each year, and
  • the CRL Program tab in your member profile.

PRM Holders certified in the 2015 program and after are required to meet these recertification requirements. Details on the recertification requirements and how to track CRL credits can be found in the PRM Guidebook.

You Have Identified Yourself as a Risk Leader. Now Let Your PRM Designation Work for You!

Take advantage of this opportunity to be recognized for your achievement and make the most of the advantages that PRM Designation provides.

Tell Your CRO, CEO, Supervisor, and HR Manager About Your New Credential

Your digital certificate is easily shared with employers through a unique certificate URL in your Accredible profile, and publicly displayed in the PRM Public Directory.

Inform your employer about the continuing education requirement to maintain your certification, and showcase your commitment to continuously learning and growing in your field.

The CRL Program provides the ability for you to share reports for CRL activities completed.

Use 'PRM' After Your Name

As a current PRM Holder, you are now able to add PRM after your name and use the PRM Designation logo on your business card.


Only current PRM Designation holders may use this valuable designation.
Download the logo today to add to your business cards.

Add the 'PRM' Designation to your:

  • Email Signature
  • Letter Signatures
  • Resume
  • Business Cards
  • Personal Web Site or Company Staff Directories
  • Name in Published Articles in Professional Publications
  • Certificates, Diplomas, Name Plates, Badges
  • Bios
  • Corporate Photo ID

Include a brief synopsis of what certification means, what is required to get and maintain the certification, and why it sets you apart from others in the profession.

Display Your Credential and Connect with Other PRM Certified Professionals on Social Media

Add the PRM credential to your profiles on LinkedIn, Facebook, and other social media sites. Connect with other PRM Certified Professionals by joining the PRMIA Online Communities , our LinkedIn group and by following us on Facebook.

Announce Your New Credential to Your Professional Community

Encourage your employer to send an announcement to industry publications and a press release to the business section of your local newspaper. Include a brief synopsis of what certification means, what is required to get and maintain the certification, and why it sets you apart from others in the profession. PRMs with digital certificates should also include their unique certificate URL in the announcement.

Spread the Word About PRM Certification*

Talk to your colleagues and contacts about the PRM and the positive impact it has had on your career.

  • Encourage your colleagues to earn the PRM. They can improve their effectiveness and knowledge while elevating the level of professionalism among risk practitioners.
  • Give a presentation or make yourself available to answer questions about the PRM process at a local chapter meeting or training session.
  • Give a testimony about your experience with the PRM. PRMIA welcomes testimonials that can be used on the PRMIA website and in marketing materials.

Start a Study Group*

Join the PRMIA Online Community study group or start a study group through a local PRMIA Chapter. These are a great way to offer your expertise to those studying for the exam.

Become a PRM Advocate for Your Local Chapter.*

Volunteer to distribute PRM material to local members, at chapter events and meetings, and be available to members for questions about the PRM process.

Recognize the PRM Designation when Hiring

Include the PRM certification as a requirement or preference for any hiring that you do.

Become a PRMIA Mentor*

Join PRMIA Mentor Connect and join the risk manager mentor program that connects you with people in your own town or across the globe. Be connected with individuals looking for mentors based on experience, personality profile, and needs.

Since you recognize the value of PRM certification and the respect it commands in the industry, mentor others who might benefit by becoming PRM certified. Pass on the power of certification by becoming a mentor. Explain what professional certification can mean. Offer encouragement, answer questions, and share information about available resources to prepare for the exam. For details on how other mentoring programs can be submitted for CRL credits, visit the CRL Program.

Volunteer.*

PRMIA has many volunteer opportunities around the world that are open only to PRMIA Sustaining members and PRM Designation holders. Visit the PRMIA Volunteer Leaders and Committees page for details.


*Some of these activities may qualify for CRL credits. See CRL Program Eligible Activity Guidelines .

For more information, or to get started with any of these activities, please contact certificate@prmia.org.


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