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Important Course Revisions

We’ve recently updated the below courses to reflect the latest industry trends and developments. If you have any questions, please contact The Institutes Customer Success at (800) 644-2101 or CustomerSuccess@TheInstitutes.org.

Course Changes
This course has been updated to incorporate topics such as managing data, artificial intelligence, robotic process automation, and intelligence process automation. Testing on new material (3rd edition) begins on April 15, 2020.
This course has been updated to include current risk analysis techniques and content on simulating risk. Testing on new material (2nd edition) begins on April 15, 2020.
This course has been updated to include tools to help you better understand ethical decision making, business-level strategies focusing on low cost, and new strategies for recruiting and selecting high-quality employees. Testing on new materials (11th edition) begins on April 15, 2020.
The exam and exam-preparation package have been updated to reflect the U.S. federal government's changes to its Flood Insurance Manual. Testing on the new material begins on January 15, 2020.
This course has been updated to reflect technology-driven changes in the risk management landscape and the latest developments in the rapidly evolving field of cyber risk management. Testing on new material (3rd edition) begins on April 15, 2020.
Course Changes
This course replaces ARM 54 as part of the changes to the new ARM designation. Students who have already passed ARM 54 will still receive credit for it in the new designation. Current students have until March 15, 2020, if they want to test on ARM 54.
This course replaces ARM 55 as part of the changes to the new ARM designation. Students who have already passed ARM 55 will still receive credit for it in the new designation. Current students have until March 15, 2020, if they want to test on ARM 55.
This course replaces ARM 56 as part of the changes to the new ARM designation. Students who have already passed ARM 56 will still receive credit for it in the new designation. Current students have until March 15, 2020, if they want to test on ARM 56.
This course has been updated to cover today’s emerging technologies including data privacy and cyber regulations.