Continuing & Professional Education

Risk and Insurance Management (CRM)

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Courses for everyone 3

  • risk managers
  • insurance professionals
  • project managers

These part-time study courses are designed to enhance current practitioners’ skillsets
Program enrolment is optional – register in a course without applying for admission

This course will focus on risk assessment and treatment. Topics include: root cause analysis, business continuity management, physical property risk, intellectual property and reputation risk, legal and regulatory risk, management liability, human resources risk, environmental risk, cyber risk , and fleet risk.
Not currently scheduled – new schedules announced each June and November.
This course will provide an overview of risk financing. Topics include: estimating hazard risk, transferring hazard risk through insurance, self-insurance plans, retrospective rating plans, reinsurance, captive insurance and contractual risk transfer, transferring financial risk to the financial market, and allocating costs of managing hazard risks.
Not currently scheduled – new schedules announced each June and November.
This course will focus on introducing risk management. Topics include: risk management standards and guidelines, hazard risk, operational, financial and strategic risk, risk management framework and process, risk analysis, identification and treatment, financial statement risk analysis ,capital investment and risk analysis and monitoring and report risk.
Not currently scheduled – new schedules announced each June and November.

  • Tuition is paid on a course-by-course basis as you reg­is­ter for your classes.
  • Cours­es are GST-exempt.
  • Some cours­es require a text­book at an addi­tion­al cost.
  • Eli­gi­ble for the Cana­da-Alber­ta Job Grant.
Bursaries and funding opportunities
Funding source
Apply by
Canada-Alberta Job Grant 

Available for businesses in all sectors across Alberta

Two-thirds of the training costs (up to 100% if hiring an unemployed Albertan)
any time
Canada Training Benefit 

Residents of Canada, 25-65 years old, who have $10,000-150,000 in earnings for work.

income tax return
Skilled Immigrant Micro-Loan 

Whether you intend to work in the same field you trained in outside of Canada, or you wish to apply your transferable skills to a new career, this low-interest loan helps you cover the cost of education and related living expenses.

Up to $15,000 loan
Alumni Professional Development Grant 

Any graduate of the University of Alberta

Up to $500 anually
monthly deadline

Employed by the University of Alberta as Non-Academic Staff (NASA)

$750 annually
Dec / Mar / Jun / Sep

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