The Nonprofit Risk Management Center is proud to present a new educational offering for the nonprofit community! This immersive, intensive learning experience is designed for current employees of nonprofits, regardless of size or mission. The ideal candidates will be interested in honing their risk management know-how and confidence. No prior risk management training or experience is required.

About the Program

Small cohorts will convene together for three, 3 hour virtual workshops to develop essential risk management skills. Learning objectives for this program include:

  • Increasing confidence regarding risk management 
  • Learning how to use different risk identification and unpacking techniques 
  • Meeting and networking with other nonprofit leaders with interest and responsibility in risk management 
  • Completing a risk-themed project to support and evolve risk management at your nonprofit 

The cost to participate is $395 (non-members) and $158 (leaders from current Affiliate Members of NRMC).

First Cohort – Session Dates

  • September 15, 2022 – 1-4 pm Eastern
  • October 6, 2022 – 1-4 pm Eastern
  • October 25, 2022 – 1-4 pm Eastern

Enroll today! The first cohort is limited to 25 participants.

Download a flyer on the program to share with decision-makers at your nonprofit or as back-up for your registration.

Program FAQs

Q. How is this program different from the Risk Leadership Certificate Program (RLCP)? 

A. The program is different in three key ways. First, the Emerging Risk Leaders Certificate Program, is ideal for any nonprofit staff member who wants to deepen their skills and knowledge in risk management. NRMC’s RLCP is designed for senior risk leaders with demonstrated experience and risk responsibility. Second, the Emerging Risk Leaders Certificate Program is entirely virtual, while RLCP is an immersive, in-person experience hosted at NRMC headquarters in Leesburg, VA. Third, the program requires 9 hours of participation in virtual workshops with homework in-between sessions. RLCP consists of 40 hours of in-person instruction and learning in addition to homework assignments and required reading.