What is AARM?
The AFRICAN ACREDITED RISK MANAGERS (AARM) Program provides the foremost education available in the field of risk management and real-world answers for today’s difficult risk management questions. The curriculum, developed by leading risk management practitioners, is presented by the best risk management experts that the industry has to offer.
The AARM Program is comprised of five comprehensive, rigorous, and practically oriented courses in the fast-growing, exciting discipline of risk management. Each seminar is 3 days of instruction and presentations always reflecting the most current laws, policy changes, and risk management best practices.
The AARM Program is also a continuing education opportunity. Participants may attend classes without taking the examinations or working toward the AARM qualification. Earning the AARM qualification requires the successful completion of the five seminars within a period of 3 years.
The AARM Certificate is awarded to participants as a confirmation of professionalism and knowledge in all areas of managing risks, exposures, perils, and hazards.
The AARM Program is conducted by The African Risk Governance Institute (ARGIN) which is an independent organization committed to facilitating the comprehension and the management of risks that make Africa’s economic development uncertain.