This partnership also involves a collaboration with PARIMA, the Pan Asia Pacific Risk and Insurance Management Association, who have launched the same programme for their members.
The series of online courses is divided into bite-size micro chapters to assist learning and is available free of charge for Airmic members from 1 March 2023. How to join this programme will be available on the Airmic Home Page.
The programme aims to provide a fundamental understanding of the scientific principles behind climate change, biodiversity collapse, and natural resource depletion, as well as how these issues impact our lives and organisations.
By completing the Climate Risk Management School programme, up to 6.5 hours of CPD can be earned.
“A unique but simple to use tool, provided free of charge to Airmic members, who are eager to learn the essentials about what will surely be the defining risk of the future,” said Julia Graham, CEO of Airmic.
“Completing the programme will help risk professionals to understand climate-related risks and associated opportunities, as we move towards a low carbon global economy. We have been delighted to collaborate with PARIMA on this important development” Julia added.