BCM-320: Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plans

1 Day coursework and 2 Hours Assessment for Singaporean and Singapore PR

Course Description

This course is part of a  joint initiative by BCM Institute and SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG). It is the second in a three-part series SSG WSQ BCM courses. This second WSQ business continuity management (BCM) course is a follow up to the assessing risk and business impact requirement course. This course teaches participants the know-how of developing business continuity strategies and plans. It is thus a pre-requisite to compete the BCM-310 course before registering for this course.

As part of the syllabus of developing business continuity strategies and plans, participants would be taught competencies of:

  •  facilitation techniques to support the development of organisational business continuity strategies
  • interpreting the strategies,
  • developing business continuity plans,
  • recommendation refinement techniques to the developed strategies and plans

*Participants who complete the three-part competency-based training series i.e.:

  • BCM-310 Assessing Risk and Business Impact Requirements
  • BCM-320 Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plans
  • BCM-330 Testing and Exercising Business Continuity Plans

will be able to achieve the international recognised  Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification* once they passed the Qualifying BCCS exams.

NOTE: Singaporean and Singaporean PR participants in the Singapore course would also be getting a Statement of Attainment from the Workplace Development Authority at the completion of workshop and passing of assessment.

Certification

BC Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification is awarded to participants who successfully completed the three part series, passed the Qualifying BCCS examination, sends in an application detailing at least 1 year of BC experience, make the application processing fee payment of SGD75 and satisfies and meets the experience requirements of the independent certification body.

Objectives

Objectives

  • To train participants to facilitate the development of business continuity strategies and plans.

* Completion of all three workshops (i.e. BCM-310 Assessing Risk and Business Impact Requirements, BCM-320 Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plans and BCM-330 Testing and Exercising Business Continuity Plans), make payment towards attending the Qualifying Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) Examination @ SGD200, pass the exam and send in your application form to attain the internationally recognised BCCS certification.

NOTE: Singaporean and Singaporean PR participants in the Singapore course would also be getting a Statement of Attainment from the Workplace Development Authority at the completion of workshop and assessment.

Who Should Attend?

Who Should Attend?

* Completion of all three workshops (i.e. BCM-310 Assessing Risk and Business Impact Requirements, BCM-320 Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plans and BCM-330 Testing and Exercising Business Continuity Plans), make payment towards attending the Qualifying Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) Examination @ SGD200, pass the exam and send in your application form to attain the internationally recognised BCCS certification.

NOTE: Singaporean and Singaporean PR participants in the Singapore course would also be getting a Statement of Attainment from the Workplace Development Authority at the completion of workshop and assessment.

Course & Examination Fee

Course Fee

  • 40 years old and older Singaporeans  (after WDA enhanced funding**) $300
  • 30 years and younger Singaporeans (after WDA funding**) $650
  • Public Fee $800
  • Malaysia: RM 1500.00 (HRDF claimable)
  • Lunch will not be provided

** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

* Completion of all three workshops (i.e. BCM-310 Assessing Risk and Business Impact Requirements, BCM-320 Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plans and BCM-330 Testing and Exercising Business Continuity Plans), make payment towards attending the Qualifying Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) Examination @ SGD200, pass the exam and send in your application form to attain the internationally recognised BCCS certification.

NOTE: Singaporean and Singaporean PR participants in the Singapore course would also be getting a Statement of Attainment from the Workplace Development Authority at the completion of workshop and assessment.

Other Information

Follow-up Courses

  • BCM-330 Testing and Exercising Business Continuity Plans

NOTE: It is advisable that the course  BCM-310 Assessing Risk and Business Impact Analysis be done consecutively with BCM-320 Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plans as BCM-310 forms the basis and foundation for the understanding of BCM-320.

Learning Resources

Min no of Pax

5

Venue

Singapore
BCM Institute (6 Ubi Road 1 Wintech Centre #06-09 (408726))

Terms and Conditions

BCM Institute will conduct the course only if there are sufficient participants. BCM Institute reserves the right to alter the course content, alter the course location, cancel or reschedule course at any time without liability. In these circumstances, participants will be offered for deferment to the next run of the same course.

Funding

Singapore
** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

* Completion of all three workshops (i.e. BCM-310 Assessing Risk and Business Impact Requirements, BCM-320 Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plans and BCM-330 Testing and Exercising Business Continuity Plans), make payment towards attending the Qualifying Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) Examination @ SGD200, pass the exam and send in your application form to attain the internationally recognised BCCS certification.

NOTE: Singaporean and Singaporean PR participants in the Singapore course would also be getting a Statement of Attainment from the Workplace Development Authority at the completion of workshop and assessment.