Reaccreditation

Once you earn the right to use the Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS®) certification, you must engage in an ongoing continuing education process to maintain it.

This involves obtaining 7 hours of approved construction risk and insurance continuing education credit during the 24 months following initial receipt of the certification and every 12 months thereafter.

You may obtain this CE credit in one of two ways:

  1. Completing online CRIS reaccreditation courses, or
  2. Attending webinars, seminars, conferences, or other educational events that have been approved for CRIS reaccreditation (and notifying us that you have completed them).

CRIS Reaccreditation Courses

The CRIS Learning Center offers a number of construction risk and insurance courses designed to increase your expertise. In most cases, one of these courses is all that is necessary to satisfy your 7-hour CE requirement, and most also qualify for insurance CE if you need it. Here is a list of the currently available courses:

  • 101 Commercial Lines Coverage Gaps and How to Close Them

  • Additional Insured Issues

  • Captives as Risk Retention Mechanisms

  • Captives as Risk Transfer Mechanisms

  • Contractors Pollution Liability

  • Contractual Risk Transfer in Construction

  • Controlled Insurance Programs

  • Design-Build Risks and Insurance

  • Political Risk Insurance

  • Principles of Fraud Detection: Construction

  • Umbrella Liability Insurance for Contractors

  • Understanding Construction Insurance Rates and Premiums


These courses are now available in the CRIS Learning Center’s Course Catalog. Simply go to the CRIS Learning Center, select “CRIS Courses for Reaccreditation,” and then click on the “Reaccreditation” tab at the top of your screen. We will periodically add more courses in the future to build a library of courses focused on the risk and insurance issues faced by contractors.

 

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