Become an IARCP Authorized Certified Trainer (IARCP-ACT) - Certified Risk and Compliance Management Professional Trainer (CRCMPT) and Certified Information Systems Risk and Compliance Professional Trainer (CISRCPT) Programs
No matter how good the controls are, no matter what risk management framework we have in place, no matter how much capital and liquidity we hold, it is risk awareness, training and culture, that most determines success in identifying and mitigating risks and protecting an organization’s reputation and credibility.
Employees must understand what risk they own and what it means to own that risk. They need risk and compliance management awareness and training.
They need experts that are qualified to train them.
Become an IARCP Authorized Certified Trainer (IARCP-ACT). This is an advantage on your resume, serving as a third-party endorsement to your knowledge and experience. Certificates are important when being considered for a promotion or other career opportunities. You give the necessary assurance that you have the knowledge and skills to accept more responsibility.
A. Become a Certified Risk and Compliance Management Professional Trainer (IARCP-ACT / CRCMPT)
In order to become an IARCP-ACT / CRCMPT you need to:
1. Have the Required Experience.
You must have a minimum of three (3) years cumulative paid full-time work experience in risk management, compliance, audit or a related domain.
You may receive a one year experience waiver with a four-year college degree, or regional equivalent, thus requiring two (2) years of direct full-time professional work experience in risk management, compliance, audit or a related domain.
2. Become a Lifetime Member of the Association and pass the CRCMP Exam.
3. Subscribe to the Code of Ethics for IARCP Authorized Certified Trainers, as described below.
The Code of Ethics for IARCP Authorized Certified Trainers sets forth the principles that underlie their conduct. It consists of a Preamble and 6 Canons.
Code of Ethics for IARCP Authorized Certified Trainers
The Certified Risk and Compliance Management Professional Trainers (CRCMPTs) and the Certified Information Systems Risk and Compliance Professional Trainers (CISRCPTs) recognize that such certification is a privilege that must be both earned and maintained.
CRCMPTs and CISRCPTs who intentionally or knowingly violate any provision of the Code of Ethics for IARCP Authorized Certified Trainers, may be subject to action by the Association, which may result in the revocation of their certified status.
Strict adherence to this Code of Ethics is a condition of certification.
A. Advance and protect the profession of risk management and compliance management.
B. Provide diligent and competent services to your employer, your colleagues and to all other risk and compliance management professionals.
C. Act honorably and stand firm for what is honorable.
D. Strive to maintain the highest levels of competence in your work.
E. Recognize the limitations of your expertise and undertake only those tasks for which you are qualified by education, training, or experience.
F. Recognize the need for ongoing training in order to remain professionally competent.
4. Send an email to Lyn Spooner.
The title of your email must be the following: Application to Become an IARCP-ACT / CRCMPT.
Please attach your CV (we prefer Microsoft Word or Adobe Acrobat format). Be specific about your work experience, educational background and skills. Write a few words about your plans for the future. Why do you want to become an IARCP Authorized Certified Trainer?
You must also write that you subscribe to the Code of Ethics for IARCP Authorized Certified Trainers.
We reserve the right to reject applications that are incomplete. Applicants that do not have the necessary knowledge or experience will not be accepted as IARCP Authorized Certified Trainers, and they will receive their money back, if they have purchased the CRCMP program or lifetime membership in order to become IARCP Authorized Certified Trainers. We reserve the right to ask for more information or evidence about degrees, certificates etc.
We reserve the right to reject any applications that contain language or material that we consider offensive, discriminatory or otherwise inappropriate.
By submitting your application you are declaring that the information you have provided is accurate and correct.
All submitted information is confidential and will never be disclosed without your approval.
Three to five days after we receive your email, we will contact you.
If you meet the above requirements (you are a CRCMP, you are a lifetime member, you have sent your CV and we have decided that you have what it takes to become a good trainer, you have subscribed to the Code of Ethics for IARCP Authorized Certified Trainers), we will send you an email informing you that you have been accepted as an IARCP Authorized Certified Trainer, Certified Risk and Compliance Management Professional Trainer (IARCP-ACT / CRCMPT).
You will receive your IARCP-ACT / CRCMPT printed and stamped certificate at your office or home p after 4 - 6 weeks. We will update your dedicated webpages after 4-6 weeks too.
5. Maintain the CRCMPT Certification
Recertification is required every two years.
CRCMPTs must sit for the CRCMP exam again, to provide evidence that they stay current.
The all-inclusive cost is $148 every two years (50% of $297, lifetime members always have a 50% discount).
You will receive your new IARCP-ACT / CRCMPT printed and stamped certificate at your office or home p after 4 - 6 weeks.
Why should you become an IARCP Authorized Certified Trainer (IARCP-ACT)?
1. This is an advantage on your CV / resume, serving as a third-party endorsement to your knowledge and experience. Certificates are important when being considered for a promotion or other career opportunities. You give the necessary assurance that you have the knowledge and skills to accept more responsibility.
2. You are authorized to train managers and employees inside your company or organization, using the official CRCMP presentations, provided that at least 6 delegates sit for the CRCMP exam after each training class.
The all-inclusive cost for each of the delegates that will sit for the exam is $297.
Terms and Conditions
2A. The IARCP-ACT / CRCMPT ("Trainer") can organize and promote Certified Risk and Compliance Management Professional (CRCMP) instructor-led classes inside his/her organization (in-house instructor-led training), including branches and subsidiaries. The Trainer can lead these classes, using the official CRCMP presentations.
2B. The IARCP will not receive any compensation for the instructor-led classes, provided that at least 6 delegates will sit for the CRCMP exam after each training class. The all-inclusive fee for the CRCMP exam is $297 per delegate.
Up to 3 exams per delegate are included in the price. If someone fails, he/she must study more and sit for the exam again, at no extra cost, up to 3 times.
2C. The IARCP, as the copyright owner, gives permission to the Trainer to do the following:
a. To reproduce the copyrighted work in copies and distribute inside his/her organization.
b. To prepare derivative works based upon the copyrighted work and distribute inside his/her organization.
2D. The Trainer is not a representative or employee of the IARCP and shall have no claim against the IARCP hereunder or otherwise for vacation pay, sick leave, retirement benefits, social security, worker’s compensation, health or disability benefits, unemployment insurance benefits, or employee benefits of any kind, or any other reason. The IARCP is not accountable under any circumstances for any legal issues caused by the Trainer.
2E. The Trainer is expressly free to perform services for other parties or associations, while performing services in accordance with this agreement.
3. You may be invited to lead classes outside your organization.
The IARCP organizes instructor-led classes in large cities or financial centers around the world (3-5 days), and Exam Prep classes (1 day). Although the IARCP-ACTs are not paid as employees or contractors to lead these classes, they do receive $2,000 per day to cover their expenses.
Experienced Trainers that already work in major firms or organizations may have more invitations. This is not an opportunity for employment. The IARCP has no obligation to invite all IARCP Authorized Certified Trainers to lead instructor-led classes. Only some Trainers (that can use their life experiences and knowledge to talk with others and motivate them to take action) may be invited.
You may be introduced to Approved Training and Certification Centers (IARCP-ATCCs) to lead CRCMP classes around the world. This is not necessarily an opportunity for employment. The IARCP has no obligation to invite all IARCP Authorized Certified Trainers to lead instructor-led classes.
4. You may be invited to speak in meetings, events or conferences.
5. The association develops two web pages dedicated to lifetime members (example: www.risk-compliance-association.com/Your_Name.htm).
We will add to both pages that you are an IARCP Authorized Certified Trainer / Certified Risk and Compliance Management Professional Trainer (IARCP-ACT / CRCMPT).
A. Verification that you are an IARCP Authorized Certified Trainer / Certified Risk and Compliance Management Professional Trainer (IARCP-ACT / CRCMPT).
B. Online reputation management. The global marketplace is an intensely competitive environment, where specialized knowledge is a matter of survival. You have to develop a personal competitive advantage. A personal brand.
The Qualified Employee / Median Employee Pay Ratio has changed dramatically. A personal brand could be as important as a company brand.
B. Become a Certified Information Systems Risk and Compliance Professional Trainer (IARCP-ACT / CISRCPT)
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