Certified Members can use the designation CMIRM and the title of Certified Risk Professional, giving them a universally recognisable badge of professionalism that signifies technical competence, broad experience and a commitment to professional development. As a Certified Member, IRM professionals commit to meeting the highest standards of behaviour, integrity and ethics by following our global Professional Code of Conduct and abide by the requirements of our Continuing Professional Development scheme.
Eligibility : There are two routes to Certified Membership:
A. IRM Level 3 (GradIRM) and work experience
You should have completed IRM's Level 3 examination in India [GradIRM] with minimum of three years' practical experience in a risk role
A minimum of 30 hours per year of CPD activities in the year leading up to the application
B. Senior executive exemption route to Level 4
If you hold a senior strategic and decision-making risk role and have a minimum of 8 years' relevant experience, you may be eligible to directly apply for CMIRM by experience via the senior executive route.
Examination : None
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) : 30 hours per year
CPD refers to the process of tracking and documenting the skills, knowledge and experience that you gain both formally and informally as you work, beyond any initial training. It enables learning to become conscious and proactive, rather than passive and reactive.
To know more, download IRM’s CPD Guide
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