What is a Risk Adviser
Getting in and Qualifications
There are a wide range of specialisms in the field, and many different qualifications can equip students with the skills they require.
It can be useful to complete a HNC/HND or a degree course in the following relevant subjects:
- Actuarial Science
An apprenticeship in Business Skills could help give you the skills and experience to make your CV or course application stand out.
Risk Advisers can also go on to earn specialist industry qualifications when they have secured a job in the industry.
Industry membership with The Institute of Risk Management can also help you to find advice and guidance for a career as a Risk Adviser.