Approved Events

You can maintain your Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS®) certification by attending an approved webinar, seminar, or conference providing at least 6 hours of credit.

Approved CRIS Events

The following seminars, conferences, and webinars have been approved for CRIS reaccreditation.


       
Event CRIS Credit Sponsor Dates
5th Annual California Construction Law 7 hours The Seminar Group March 6–7, 2019
Santa Monica, CA
Insurance in the Construction Industry  7 hours The Seminar Group March 12–13, 2019
Atlanta, GA
9th Annual Eminent Domain in Washington 6 hours The Seminar Group May 10, 2019
Seattle, WA
Preventing or Minimizing Future Construction Defect Litigation 6 hours The Seminar Group

May 15, 2019
Miami, FL

What You Need to Know About the Next Wave of Construction Defect Litigation 6 hours The Seminar Group May 16, 2019
Portland, OR
Avoiding, Prosecuting, and Defending Construction Defect Claims and Related Topics 6 hours The Seminar Group May 17, 2019
Atlanta, GA
Bidding Public Works and Construction Contracts
4 hours The Seminar Group

June 5. 2019
Seattle, WA

Eminent Domain: Current Developments in Condemnation, Valuation & Challenges 6 hours The Seminar Group June 6–7, 2019
Portland, OR
3rd Annual Insurance in the Construction Industry 6 hours The Seminar Group August 13–14, 2019
Miami, FL
24th Annual Oregon Construction Law
6 hours The Seminar Group September 12–13, 2019
Portland, OR
26th Annual Washington Construction Law
6 hours The Seminar Group September 19–20, 2019
Seattle, WA
Eminent Domain in Georgia
6 hours The Seminar Group October 4, 2019
Atlanta, GA
8thAnnual Construction Law and Government Contracting
6 hours The Seminar Group October 8-9, 2019
Atlanta, GA
Northwest Insurance Law
6 hours The Seminar Group November 14–15, 2019
Seattle, WA
Condominiums, HOA’s and the Future of Construction Defect Claims
6 hours The Seminar Group December 17, 2019
Seattle, WA
2nd Annual Insurance in the Construction Industry
7 hours
The Seminar Group
August 17, 2018
Miami, FL
25th Annual Washington Construction Law
7 hours
The Seminar Group
September 14, 2018
Seattle, WA
23rd Annual Oregon Construction Law
7 hours
The Seminar Group
September 27–28, 2018
Portland, OR
7th Annual Construction Law in Florida
7 hours
The Seminar Group
October 4–5, 2018
Miami, FL

7th Annual Important Topics in Construction and Government Contracting

7 hours
The Seminar Group
October 9–10, 2018
Atlanta, GA
Northwest Comprehensive Insurance Law
7 hours
The Seminar Group
October 25–26, 2018
Portland, OR
Changes to AIA Contract Documents
7 hours
The Seminar Group
October 24, 2018
Seattle, WA
Preparing for Construction Defects in the Future
7 hours
The Seminar Group
December 11, 2018
Seattle, WA
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Get CRIS Credit

If you recently attended a conference, seminar, or webinar that pertains to construction risk management and insurance, and you would like to obtain CRIS reaccreditation credit, follow these steps.

  1. Attend webinars, seminars, conferences, or other educational events that have been approved for CRIS reaccreditation. You must attend the events after receiving your CRIS certification.

  2. The sponsor will provide you with a Certificate of Completion containing a unique and nontransferable Completer Code number.

  3. If a single event provided the 6 hours needed for reaccreditation, go to the Voucher/Promotion/Completer Code Redemption page in the CRIS Learning Center to report your attendance and pay the reaccreditation fee. You will need the Completer Code number from the Certificate of Completion you received when you do so. The fee for this reaccreditation option pays the costs of administering this part of the CRIS program.

  4. If you are attending multiple events to satisfy the 6-hour requirement, follow the procedures below.

    • Once you have completed the required 6 hours for reaccreditation, please submit a CRIS Reaccreditation Certification Form and evidence of completion certificates to continui[email protected] or fax to Continuing Education at (972) 371–5120.

    • Once IRMI has received and verified course attendance, an email will be sent providing

      • a link to the website to report attendance and

      • a Voucher Code, which is used to certify completion of the required 6 hours.

If you have any questions or issues with this process, please call (800) 827–4242 and ask to speak with a CE coordinator.

Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the reaccreditation process and pay the reaccreditation fee. When asked to sign in, it is important that you enter the same ID and password used when taking the CRIS certification courses. If you do not remember your login information, you may contact WebCE at (877) 488–9313 during normal business hours.

Get Your Event Approved

If your organization sponsors webinars, seminars, conferences, or other educational programs (Programs) that focus on construction law, accounting, risk management, insurance, surety, or safety topics, consider having them certified for CRIS reaccreditation. In addition to this focus, they must meet the following criteria to qualify:

  1. The duration of instruction must be at least 1 hour.

  2. The program content must provide a level of instruction that will advance the knowledge and competence of someone who has completed the CRIS core curriculum.

  3. You must have a satisfactory method of monitoring attendance or completion of the course.

  4. You must agree to certain administration, notification, and record-keeping requirements.

Obtaining CRIS reaccreditation approval will make your seminar or conference more attractive to those potential participants who have obtained the CRIS certification. We may also provide a link from our listing of approved programs in the CRIS website to your promotional page in your website.

If you are interested in having your seminar or conference approved, please contact the Director of Training and Education at IRMI.

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