This certificate program is based on and addresses the new families of ISO, ANSI and NIST standards dealing with risk management and responds to new federal regulatory requirements dealing with public safety.
The solution to managing complexity and volatility is enterprise risk management (ERM). The Harvard Business Review (HBR) focused on risk management and concluded:
“I think we now live in an era when many of the concerns in running organizations are being reframed in terms of risk, which suggests that risk professionals are likely to rise to the top.”
Source: October 2009, Harvard Business Review
The Enterprise Risk Manager Certificate is a risk management certificate based on ISO, ANSI and NIST standards. The purpose is to provide professionals in enterprise risk management and risk-based problem solving a formal recognition of their skill. The certificate fills a void in the market for engineers, quality, supply management, purchasing and operations professionals to manage operational and project complexity.
Individuals who complete the following courses will earn the certificate:
IIE member: $3,180 | Non-member: $4,580 (fee for courses if paid for individually)
IIE member: $2,385 | Non-member: $3,435 (discounted fee with prepayment)