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Expand your supply chain management credentials 

Measuring your progress toward the APICS Risk Management Education Certificate

APICS offers a comprehensive, forward-looking program that will prepare you to participate in the development of a global risk mitigation strategy. By earning this certificate, you demonstrate your commitment to protecting your employer from supply chain risk and your ability to balance rewards and risks in the decision-making process.

Earning the APICS Risk Management Education Certificate

To earn the certificate, you must complete 12 total contact hours of APICS education 7 from the core topics and 5 from the elective topics. To earn the APICS Risk Management Education Certificate, you must complete 1 contact hour in each of the following core required topics: 

  • RMC1 Basics of risk management* 

  • RMC4 Assessing risk*

  • RMC5 ERM framework*

  • RMC6 Risk organizational structures*

  • RMC7 Governance, risk and compliance*

  • RMC8 Controlling risk*

  • RMC9 Risk and supply chain management*

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    Plus 5 contact hours in elective topics. 

    Five or more contact hours of elective topics for the Risk certificate will be presented at APICS 2016. Qualifying sessions will be noted in the conference program materials.

    *Content for these hours is covered in the APICS Risk Management Seminar


    Ways to complete educational hours: 

    • APICS Risk Management Seminars
      These 7-hour events give you a comprehensive look at managing, mitigating, and planning for your organization. One APICS Risk Management Seminar gives you all 7 of the required core topics toward the APICS Risk Management Education Certificate.
    • APICS 2017 
      Earn 1 credit hour for each Risk session offered (five sessions total) at APICS 2017.
      Register today!

    Tracking your progress toward earning the 
    APICS Risk Management Education Certificate

    Download the APICS Risk Management Education Certificate transcript to log core and elective educational sessions for the certificate. Once you have completed the requirements, submit the transcript to pdadmin@apics.org for processing.

    Additional Resources

    Interested in learning more? Watch this brief narrated presentation by Gregory L. Schlegel CPIM, CSP, Adjunct Professor at Villanova University and Lehigh University, to learn how to manage and mitigate risk in your supply chain.

    Office Closure

    In observance of Memorial Day in the United States, APICS operations will be closed on Monday, May 29, and will reopen on Tuesday, May 30, at 8:00 a.m. CT.
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