The Risk Management Module (RMM) program has been a requirement for practising Valuers since 2003, as a collective way to manage professional risk and ensure access to Professional Indemnity (PI) Insurance. 

All API Members who undertake valuations of Australian property (intellectual, personal, real & leasehold property or plant & machinery) must hold a current RMM Certificate. Certificates expire on 31 December of the third year following completion. 

Applicants for Provisional Membership with Residential Property Valuer (RPV) and Associate Membership with Certified Practising Valuer (CPV) must complete a RMM as part of the Future Property Professionals Program. 

RMM 2018 is a blended learning program combining self-paced online Introductory Module, live Interactive Workshop, Online Assessment and online resources. A Certificate is provided on successful completion.

Risk Management Modules are valid for a period of three (3) years and each certificate issued has an expiration date listed on it.

This is the assessment module for RMM 2018 
You complete this module after doing the workshop
Upon passing the assessment quiz you will receive your RMM certificate.

You will have two attempts at completing this quiz. 

 If you fail both attempts we will need to re-set the quiz for you and you will be charged a $55.00 admin fee.Please email education@api.org.au and we will arrange an invoice for payment.



If this is your first time doing RMM then you need to do this module
before the face-to-dace workshop

This is the assessment module for RMM 2018 
You complete this module after doing the workshop
Upon passing the assessment quiz you will receive your RMM certificate.


Revised Version

RMM - Residential will cover the essentials of risk management but with a specific focus on issues for practitioners that spend most of their time dealing with short form valuations to lenders. RMM Residential will cover issues around automated valuations, desktop valuations, short form valuations, the role of panel managers and data aggregators, retainer agreements with clients, common risk areas, relevant APRA regulations and issues relevant to the valuation profession.

Revised Version

This module covers the essentials of risk management but with a specific focus on issues related to commercial mortgage and expert work. This module has been tailored for valuers dealing with assets above $3 million and includes examples relevant to premium residential, rental determinations, expert work, financial reporting and syndicated loans.

Revised Version

This module is prepared to assist valuers that do valuations for government and municipal purposes. The reality of this market, is that the legal risk is low. Claims are almost unheard of, but with recent changes to the market, whereby much of this work has shifted from the public to the private sector, valuers doing this work need to be aware of the fundamentals of risk management set out in the Essentials Paper.

Revised Version

This paper is designed to deal with points that specifically relate to Plant & Machinery valuations, which usually involve valuation of assets for the purposes of: financial reporting; insurance, expert work; insolvency, taxation consolidation, stamp duty amongst other things. The work that Plant & Machinery valuers do is diverse, and traverses a wide range of industries, such as agriculture, mining, construction, manufacturing and aviation. We recommend that Plant & Machinery valuers also review the need Essentials Paper, which details the fundamental of risk management in valuation practice.

This is the standard Risk Management Module that sets out the essentials of Risk Management. It is compulsory for all Members who have not previously undertaken a Risk Management Module and those completing the FPP program.