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BCM-300: ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management System Implementer

2 Day Coursework + 2 1/2 Hour Qualifying BCCS Examination to be taken on the following day

Course Description

This is a 2-day intermediate business continuity management (BCM) course that incorporates the BCM-200 ISO 22301 BCMS Planner course on its 1st day.

Participants will follow be given the opportunity to practice the fundamental concepts of risk analysis and review (RAR), business impact analysis (BIA), business continuity strategy (BCS), Plan development (BC Plan), testing and exercising via hands-on and interactive sessions with fellow participants from various industries on the 2nd day of the course.  Participants are expected to complete an actual RAR, BIA, BCS and BC Plan templates using your organisation examples.

This hands-on practice would be facilitated by industry practitioners that include current BCM managers, consultants and vice presidents from renowned banks and higher institutions.

At the end of the course, participants will have to attempt the  2 1/2 hour Qualifying Business Continuity Certified Specialist exam. The exam is a 100-Multiple Choice Question (MCQ).

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Certification

BC Certified Specialist (BCCS) Certification is awarded to participants who successfully completed and passed the Qualifying BCCS examination attached to the course, 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

Attending the course will provide the participants with the pertinent skills and knowledge, empowering them to:

  • Assist the business head in determining and implementing the BC project and plan.
  • Identify possible threats that may disrupt critical business functions in the business units and organization.
  • Identify and analyze business requirements to recover the business unit’s critical function.
  • Develop effective functional response and recovery plans.
  • Conduct tests and exercises as part of the organizational requirement.
  • Strengthen organisational resiliency to counter major incidents and disasters.