Recordings: ARM 54 Risk Management Principles and Practices

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ARM 54 Risk Management Principles and Practices is one of multiple courses needed to earn the Associate in Risk Management designation. ARM 54 is considered an intermediate course.

Immediate Access Class Lectures

Live class begins 9/11/17 and ends 11/13/2017 Mondays at 7:00pm ET for 1 hour

If you are joining the live weekly class, please make sure you read the first chapter, watch the lecture recording, and complete your course guide BEFORE class. The 1 hour class time will be student interactive application exercises. If you do not do the prep work prior to class, you will be lost.

Updated Recordings with New Course Content:

Chapter 1 – Introduction to Risk Management
Chapter 2 – Risk Management Standards and Guidelines
Chapter 3 – Hazard Risk
Chapter 4 – Operational, Financial, and Strategic Risk
Chapter 5 – Risk Management Framework and Process
Chapter 6 – Risk Identification
Chapter 7 – Risk Analysis
Chapter 8 – Risk Treatment
Chapter 9 – Big Data Analytics for Managing Risk
Chapter 10 – Capital Investment and Financial Risk
Chapter 11 – Monitoring and Reporting on Risk


These recordings (combined with textbook and course guide study) will help to prepare you to take the ARM 54 exam at Prometric or at an Onsite testing center. Books and exam fees are not included in the cost of the class. The fee to access the recordings is $279.

Learn more about the Associate in Risk Management designation.


ARM 54 – Risk Management Principles and Practices will help:

  • Enhance your contribution to your organization’s value by learning to design a risk management program for hazard, operational, financial, and strategic risks
  • Increase your effectiveness by applying risk identification, risk analysis, and risk treatment techniques
  • Improve your ability to quantify risk through application of statistical analysis techniques
  • Make better financial decisions by applying cash flow analysis to hazard and financial risks