ERP Part 2
The highest professional designation for energy risk management.
The Energy Risk Professional (ERP) is the first globally recognized designation for energy market professionals. The ERP designation signals a mastery of the knowledge and tools required to successfully navigate the challenges of the rapidly changing energy markets. ERPs are employed globally by oil and gas companies, crude oil refinders, power generators, electric and gas utility companies, commodity trading firms, investment banks, consulting firms with energy practices, and regulatory agencies.
EARNING THE DESGINATION:
The ERP Certification signifies an energy professional’s ability to identify and measure risk across the energy value chain. Developed by leading energy practictioners, the course links practical, real-world knowledge of energy commodity markets with an understanding of price formation, financially traded energy products, and tools used to assess and manage energy risk
ENERGY OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE MEMBERS:
Comprised of senior practitioners and academics in the field, Energy Oversight Committee oversees the creation of the Exam and program content.
To learn more about becoming a Certified ERP, visit www.garp.org/erp
BY THE NUMBERS:
There are currently more than 1,400 practicing ERPs across 75 countries
Nearly 1,800 candidates have registered for the ERP exam in 2016.
ERPs are employed by more than 140 companies around the world.
More than 90% of candidates who sat for the ERP Exam since 2009 have indicated they would recommend the ERP Program to a friend or colleague.