Certified School Risk Manager
TASBO and The National Alliance Bring Risk Manager Training to Texas Schools
School professionals working in the risk management field know that it is vitalto have a solid understanding of every angle of school risk. TASBO has partnered with The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research to offer the Certified School Risk Managers Program (CSRM).
The five-part education and certification program gives participants in-depth knowledge of the risk management process and is recommended for school risk managers, school business managers, human resources personnel, insurance representatives and anyone else who may perform risk management functions within the district.
About the CSRM Curriculum
Participants will learn to effectively manage school district risks using the following step-by-step process:
- Risk Identification
- Risk Analysis
- Risk Control
- Risk Financing
- Risk Administration
The five courses required to earn the CSRM designation are:
- Fundamentals of Risk Management
- Measuring School Risks
- Handling School Risks
- Funding School Risks, and
- Administering School Risks
Use CSRM Courses for TASBO Certification
Through an agreement with The National Alliance, TASBO course equivalencies may be granted for any two of the three CSRM courses listed below; however, TASBO courses do not satisfy CSRM certification requirements.
The maximum number of CSRM courses that may be used toward TASBO certification is two. Additionally, individuals seeking TASBO credit must complete the CSRM course tests.
|CSRM Course||TASBO Risk Management Course|
Fundamentals of Risk Mgt
RMG101: Fundamentals of the Risk Management Process
Funding School Risks
RMG202: Risk Financing Alternatives and Methods
Handling School Risks
RMG303: Procedures/Techniques of Risk Mgmt Safety/Loss Control
Find CSRM Training In-Person or Online
We coordinate events with The National Alliance to bring CSRM training to different parts of Texas. They also provide their curriculum online.