The ICRM does not provide blanket approval for programs that are given
Each time a course is given they must be submitted for pre-approval by the
Why? because each course/session/seminar/program is assigned a unique
identifier associated with the date that the course/session/seminar/program
These programs should also provide each CRM with a certificate of completion
or attendance that the CRM then submits with their application for credits.
If a program is not pre-approved the CRM must submit materials describing
the program along with the certificate of completion/attendance. The
pre-approval process negates the need to submit materials describing the
It is my understanding that if an individual has already attended the
Practitioner and Specialist courses and has received credits for both of
those courses they would NOT receive credit for the full 26 hours of the
Master course since it is composed of the Practitioner/Specialist courses. I
think that would be double-dipping.
more information about the certification maintenance program can be found on
the ICRM website http://www.icrm.org or by contacting the Regent for
On Fri, Jun 12, 2009 at 11:14 AM, CWEISE <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Many CRMs are looking to gain certification maintenance credits to maintain
> their CRM certification.
> I have worked through the ICRM Activity Credit Pre-approval process to
> inform the institution about AIIM's classroom ERM courses. I have been told
> that the content of these courses satisfy the requirements for certification
> maintenance credits.
"The agenda for the ERM Practitioner course covers a full two-days providing
13 hours of learning. The same is true for the ERM Specialist course. The
agenda for the ERM Master course, which is made up of both the Practitioner
and Specialist courses, covers a full four-days providing 26 hours of
learning.The agenda for the ERM Practitioner course covers a full two-days
providing 13 hours of learning. The same is true for the ERM Specialist
Peter Kurilecz CRM CA
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