Earn the prestigious designation of NAFCU Certified Risk Manager (NCRM) to show that you understand credit union enterprise risk management (ERM) methodology, NCUA regulatory requirements for risk. Being an NCRM means that you're prepared to deal with the unique threats your credit union faces.
This new certification can only be obtained in-person during NAFCU's Risk Management Seminar. At the end of the seminar, attendees may take an optional exam to earn their NCRM designation. The exam will consist of no more than 50 multiple-choice questions that are derived from content that was covered throughout the Risk Management Seminar program. Participants must earn a score of 76% or higher to pass the exam.
Exams may be purchased during your Risk Management Seminar online registration process. Learn more.
Once you earn the NCRM, you may maintain your certification by accumulating 16.5 qualifying Continuing Education Units (CEUs) every two years or by retaking the exam.
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Look for the NCRM logo with NAFCU webcasts and conference sessions that qualify for credits!