Certified Enterprise Risk Manager - (CERM)
The Certified Enterprise Risk Manager (CERM) is a designation for professionals who are actively involved in risk management, strategic planning, corporate governance, project management, controls, auditing, and business consultancy.
The CERM program addresses the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) under 4 main parts as follows:
- ERM: Overview
- ERM: Management, Culture, and Control
- ERM: Tools and Techniques
- Types of Risks
Who can benefit from CERM?
- Risk Management Specialists
- Board Directors
- Corporate Governance Specialists
- Project Managers
- Compliance Officers
- Internal Auditors
- External Auditors
- Business Consultants and Advisors
What are the prerequisites for CERM?
- Hold at least a bachelor degree
- Possess at least two years of experience in fields related to risk management, audit, controls, corporate governance, and/or project management.
- Complete a 30 hours training program of CERM from accredited providers by the IFC.
- Pass one-hour examination by answering at least 70% of the questions correctly.
What are the fees for CERM examination?
The fees for CERM exam are US$ 500.00 and in case of retaking the exam, the fees will US$ 250.00. To request more information about this course, please contact IFC at: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.