Do it for your clients.  Do it for your employer.  Do it for yourself!!! Get your CRIS certification and start differentiating yourself from your competition.

Who Should Take the CRIS Program?

Anyone who designs, sells, buys, or underwrites construction insurance programs should consider taking the CRIS program. You should consider the CRIS continuing education program if you are a(n):

  • Insurance agent or broker
  • Customer service representative (CSR)
  • Insurance underwriter or adjuster
  • Risk manager or insurance manager of a construction company
  • Contractor CFO, controller, or other executive who buys insurance
  • Construction safety professional who wishes to expand your horizons
  • Risk and insurance consultant
  • Construction lawyer
  • Risk manager of another organization with substantial construction activities

What You Gain with a CRIS Certification:

  • Recognition that you are an expert in the industry
  • Information and resources to help you grow in your profession
  • Discounts on conferences, Webinars, and online courses
  • Networking opportunities through our online communities
  • 24/7 access to hot topics and industry trends
  • The ​CRIS Marketing Tool Kit

How You Earn the CRIS Certification

The core curriculum for the CRIS program consists of five courses. You must pass all five courses to qualify as a holder of the CRIS designation. Each course is independent of the others and you may complete them in any order you choose.  Once you earn the CRIS certification, you will have 24 months to complete 7-hours of CRIS CE credit.  After the initial 24-month term, you must complete 7-hours of CRIS CE credit annually to continue using and displaying the CRIS certification.