Certified School Risk Managers Designation Program

The Certified School Risk Managers Program (CSRM) will provide you with the in-depth knowledge of the risk management process and terminology based on the philosophy and theory of school risk management. The CSRM curriculum and national designation are provided by The National Alliance for Insurance Education and Research. There are five8-hour courses required for CSRM designation. The benefits of the CSRM Designation include:

  • Skill in identifying potential sources of loss
  • Trust and credibility within the school system
  • Ability to maintain budget integrity in tough economic times
  • Opportunity to network with other school business officials about risk management

WASBO is thrilled to bring this opportunity to Wisconsin school district professionals employed as risk managers, employee benefits or safety coordinators, and administrative or other positions that oversee the risk management function. Service Affiliates who work with school risk managers are also encouraged to attend. 

See the Certified School Risk Managers Program Brochure



The National Alliance requires each individual holding the CSRM designation to attend one of the courses specified in its entirety every 12 months. (The update or 12-month period is determined by the CSRM designee's birth month.) These courses include:

  • Bullying & Liability - April 11, 2019, Best Western Premier, Oshkosh
  • Any of the CSRM designation sessions (above)

Why Earn Your CSRM?

Scholarships for the CSRM Program are offered through the National Alliance for classroom sessions. Apply at https://www.scic.com/the-national-alliance-scholarship. Eligible candidates are those who have not previously participated in the CSRM Program and intend to attain their designation. You do not have to be nominated. Anyone may apply.  

Please contact Kristin Hauser at 608.729.6641 for more information regarding CSRM Online courses and if you intend to take them for Viterbo Credit.