PRMIA Learning Catalog


PRMIA sets international standards for graduate-level education and demonstration of competency in risk management. In conjunction with leading Academic Partners, PRMIA offers training and development programs in finance and risk management worldwide.

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Choose from an array of virtual learning courses offered throughout the year.  Each Tuesday of the course's schedule, pre-recorded lectures and lessons launch on our interactive online learning platform.  Each week consists of lectures, resources, and knowledge checks. Students also have an opportunity to submit questions to the instructor and interact with classmates.

NEW COURSE! The transition from LIBOR to alternative risk-free rates is approaching fast. Over $300 Trillion in loans and derivative contracts globally are tied to LIBOR and its sunset will affect borrowers, lenders and intermediaries alike. This comprehensive self-paced offers 30 on-demand modules spanning from the fundamentals through advanced studies and applications.

When: October 13 - January 29, 2021

Where: Virtual Course

NOW SELF-PACED! In this popular course, we aim to bring clarity to how AI and machine learning are revolutionizing financial services. We will provide an intuitive understanding to machine learning with just enough mathematics and basic statistics. Python knowledge required.

When: October 27 - January 31, 2021

Where: Virtual Course

REVISED & UPDATED!  Join us for our popular course on Enterprise Model Risk Management. This five-part virtual course will guide you and your team through the key concepts required for a robust Model Risk Management program.  Bonus lesson included--AI & MRM in volatile times of Covid 19 and Climate Change.

When: November 3 - December 15, 2020

Where: Virtual Course

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