As a trusted broker partner, you’ve asked us for more and better communication on how to connect with your clients on the value of the Schinnerer School of Risk Management. We’ve listened, putting together this online toolkit and
action item list to help you in your conversations with our mutual clients about all that the School of Risk Management has to offer.
What is the School of Risk Management?
The School of Risk Management is our continuing education program designed for design professionals by design professionals. Your clients can find resources about
managing their projects,
running their firms, and
critical industry events.
Firms can use our course/curriculum guides
as the basis for their own in-house risk management programs. We have
two available, with additional disciplines coming soon.
Stream Broker Webinars
Navigating the School
We've put together this
Navigation Guide to help your clients locate risk management resources throughout the School of Risk Management and successfully use and edit their user accounts on our continuing education platform.
Creating Your User Account
step-by-step guide will walk you through the process.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Have questions about the School of Risk Management? We have answers. Please
read our in-depth FAQ. You can also
download a printer-friendly version.
The School of Risk Management is available at no additional cost to current Schinnerer policyholders. Find out what that means in terms of
commercial value for continuing education costs.
Large Firm Policyholders
Your large firm clients (with more than $5 million in annual billings) can designate a firm manager to help colleagues complete continuing education courses. Review the
manager manual for more information.
Firm managers can follow the steps in our Large Firm Assignment Guide to start assigning courses to employees.
Stream our special large firm webinar on the School of Risk Management for overview of the School of Risk Management, including manager functions for large firms.
For further assistance or questions about the School of Risk Management, please email our