Alarm Registered Risk Practitioner (RRP) scheme

The Registered Risk Practitioner scheme offers a means by which professional standing and CPD in risk management can be recognised and rewarded.


Developed by Alarm in conjunction with AIRMIC and the IRM, the RRP scheme is open to risk practitioners from the private, public and not-for-profit sectors. View the list of Alarm Registered Risk Practitioners.

The scheme is a register that awards RRP status to corporate risk practitioners who can demonstrate that they have:

  • A risk management or related qualification
  • A minimum level of professional experience
  • Continuing professional development.

What are the benefits of achieving RRP status?

Achieving the designation of Registered Risk Practitioner provides a recognised competency level for risk practitioners, which:

  • Demonstrates competency levels for the purposes of internal / external audit
  • Enhances candidate‚Äôs profiles with employers, prospective employers, clients and other stakeholders
  • Improves status and recognition amongst your professional peers
  • Encourages individual professional development.

Apply for / renew RRP accreditation

Risk practitioners holding any of the eligible qualifications or an appropriate level of professional experience, and can demonstrate continuing professional development in the field of risk management are eligible to apply or renew their Registered Risk Practitioner accreditation.

Apply for RRP accreditation.

Renew your RRP accreditation.