Demonstrate Your Abilities as a Payments Risk Expert
Our world is changing, and so is what it takes to succeed. It is not enough to master risk management for one payment type. The APRP credential demonstrates that you, or your employees, have mastered the complexities of risk management for ACH, check, wire, debit, credit and prepaid cards, as well as emerging and alternative payments. Effectively managing payments risk is crucial for organizations that provide payment services, such as financial institutions, solution providers and processors, businesses and other end users.
Benefits of Becoming an Accredited Payments Risk Professional
Earning your credential as an APRP has a wide array of benefits. As an individual, your accreditation demonstrates to your employer that you’re committed to the profession, which can provide opportunities for personal career growth. Once you have your accreditation, you’ll become the “go-to” expert in the critical and nuanced areas of risk management across payment types. For a financial institution or company, it validates to regulators and examiners that you are committed to risk management and regulatory compliance.
Become an APRP
Whether you are contemplating taking the APRP exam or are already registered for the exam, NEACH's APRP training program will help reinforce what you've already studied in preparing for the APRP exam. Each session will cover sections of the exam thoroughly. NEACH's APRP Training Program is only available as a complete training program and is not available for single session purchase. Register here.
Maintain Your APRP Accreditation
As an Accredited Payments Risk Professional, you’re required to maintain your status by earning 60 Continuing Education credits within the five-year accreditation period, with no more than 20 credits completed per year. Many of NEACH's webinars, workshops, on-demands, and conferences are eligible for APRP continuing education credits.
Make sure you have all the latest information on registration dates and fees by checking www.nacha.org.