Certified School Risk Managers Program Launched in Calif.

October 2, 2007

The Certified School Risk Managers (CSRM) Program, which originated in Texas in 2005, has expanded into California, with several CSRM courses scheduled in the Los Angeles and San Francisco areas in coming months.

The CSRM education and designation program, specifically for school risk management education specialists, has been developed by The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research.

CSRM is a five-part program that emphasizes practice over theory. By completing the entire CSRM course of study within a three-year period, including the successful completion of examinations for all five courses, individuals can earn the title of “Certified School Risk Manager.” “The CSRM designation was developed to promote the success and professionalism of school risk managers,” said Dr. William T. Hold, president of The National Alliance. “This is fundamental, practical risk management knowledge that will help California’s risk professionals manage school-related risks. We look forward to conferring the first California CSRMs in the near future.”

For information on course dates, contact The National Alliance at 800-633-2165, or www.TheNationalAlliance.com.

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