Institute of Risk Management (IRM) Digital Risk Management Certificate
The IRM’s Digital Risk Management Certificate is an introductory qualification designed to equip individuals with the knowledge and skills to apply digital risk management to the workplace.
For detailed information on the qualification, please visit theirm.org/digitalrisk
Candidates must first enrol on the qualification with IRM before booking the exam centre with Pearson VUE.
Candidates must sit the examination at the session for which they are enrolled. Deferment or cancellation of an IRM exam is not permitted.
Scheduling and Exams Delivery
Exam centre registration will open 6 months before the examination session and the exam centre can be booked up to 24 hours before the examination session, subject to availability.
Candidates should book at the earliest opportunity to secure their preferred location as exam centres are assigned on a first come, first served basis. Candidates wishing to change the location of their exam centre after booking must do so via the candidate website or call centre at least 48 hours before the scheduled appointment.
The exam is provided on-screen as a computerised test at Pearson VUE’s worldwide network of testing centres. Candidates will be given access to Pearson VUE’s test centre locations when they register for their exam.
The testing time limit noted on Pearson VUE web pages reflects the total appointment time, including an NDA, a 10-minute tutorial and the exam time of 90 minutes.
Candidates who wish to have a special accommodation should contact the IRM BEFORE booking their exam centre.
Special Needs and Access Arrangements
The Institute of Risk Management will wherever possible provide exam arrangements that take into account a candidate's special needs, such as extra exam time. If you have a special need and wish to have a special accommodation, you must notify the Institute prior to booking your assessment exam centre by sending the completed application form to the following address: email@example.com
Exam Re-Sit Policy
Candidates are permitted a maximum of three attempts to pass the exam. Unsuccessful candidates will be notified with their exam result of the date they can apply to re-sit. The re-sit application form must be completed and the fee paid before booking the test centre for the next examination session.
IRM takes the security of its examinations seriously and requires all candidates to confirm that they will maintain the confidentiality of the exam by signing a non-disclosure agreement before sitting the examination. A candidate who breaks the confidentiality agreement will be deemed to be in breach of the IRM’s Code of Conduct, which may result in disciplinary proceedings.