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Sunday, October 11 • 9:00am - 5:00pm
Associate in Risk Mangement Review Session - ERM (ARM-E)

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(Additional fee) Kick off your trip to Minneapolis by taking the next step on your professional development path. Don't miss this chance to review for the Associate in Risk Management - Enterprise Risk Management (ARM-E) track. URMIA will offer this pre-conference workshop to provide a comprehensive review session for the Associate in Risk Management - ERM exam. The ARM is a nationally recognized educational program for dedicated professionals. Learn how enterprise risk management (ERM) applies across various functions of an organization, including strategic planning, governance and process management.

Note that this will be a review session in ERM 57 concepts. The Institutes’ suggested self-study time is 7-9 weeks. Attendees should purchase their own study materials and plan to begin studying before the conference depending on when they plan to sit for the exam. Study materials can be purchased directly from the Institutes' website. URMIA offers a FREE online study course through the ARM Study Group as well, please take advantage of this. Erike Young, the instructor for the ARM Study Group, will be leading this session. Erike is the former Deputy Director of ERM and Director of EH&S for the University of California, Office of the President.

The following courses are required to earn the ARM designation: ARM 54—Risk Management Principles and Practices, ARM 55—Risk Assessment and Treatment, and ARM 56—Risk Financing. Completing the ERM 57 test in addition to these earn you the ARM-E designation. For more information, visit the Institutes' ARM website.

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Erike Young

Global Safety Manager, Google
Erike Young currently serves as the global safety manager for Google, supporting 70 offices in over 40 countries and over 60,000 Googlers. | | Prior to joining Google, he was the director of environment, health and safety at University of California, Office of the President, and was responsible for providing system-wide direction, coordination and assistance to the campuses, hospitals and national laboratories in the development... Read More →


Sunday October 11, 2015 9:00am - 5:00pm
Directors Row 4 Hilton Minneapolis