The Largest Business Continuity Management (BCM) and Resilience Training and Certification Organisation in the Asia Pacific

Upgrade Your Organisation BCM Plan and Staff Competency with HRD Corp Claimable Course

We are an HRD Corp Registered Training Provider. Our training courses are HRD Corp claimable and we offer a comprehensive suite of three one-day for organizations (or 6 half-days via blended online learning) to train its personnel assigned to BCM responsibilities.  It is methodically and professionally aligned such that a novice can be trained to update and maintain your BCM initiatives.  Do speak to us if you would like to implement your BCM plan via training-led implementation specifically for your organisation.

There is a continuous need to prepare for COVID-19 endemic phase with loss of access to personnel due to the Omicron variant and other emerging variants.  Planning for the other business disruptions that may impact organizations of any size in any location is imperative. BCM is not the responsibility of just one to two people in the organization but a team.  The challenge is to implement it in the most cost-effective manner and yet achieve the learning to implement and sustain the BCM programme.

BCM Institute has trained more than 5000 professionals and certified over 2,000 professionals from 40 countries which come from companies in industries ranging from SMEs, Multinational and government agencies.

Malaysians will be paying only RM1,500 per course per person

Original course fees are Singapore Dollar SGD 800 or MYR 2,500 Per Person.  Malaysians will enjoy RM1,500 per course per person and if you attend these three courses as a group to allow your organization to implement or update its BC plans, you can save more with the HRD Corp funding (please check with your respective training division/human resource for funding available).

These three-competency based BCM training courses allow participants to complete the five phases of the ISO22301 aligned BCM methodology to implement their plans within their organization.

For a limited time, BCM Institute will award the Business Continuity Certified Planner (BCCP) certification upon completion of the three courses.

Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plans


Testing and Exercising Business Continuity


If you have attended all the above courses, what is next?

Are you the designated person in your organization in charge of BCM embarking on the BCM implementation using a combination of training with specialized advisory support to develop, implement and finalize its BCM program for an organisation?  We would recommend the two to three persons designated to head this program be train to setup the project and review the program. 


This BCM project initiation course or BCM-410 course is also claimable for HRD Corp.  This is a 2-day course (four 1/2-day online sessions) aimed to train the participants to be able to initiate their organization’s Business Continuity Program.  It includes the development of policy, framework, risk matrices and project plan for your organisation.


It is targeted at management with BCM responsibilities, designated BCM managers and anyone responsible for implementing the framework, policy, structure and commitment to enable effective BCM project management.


Public Price: RM 3,950 per person


Public Price

RM 2,500 (SGD 800) Per Course Per Person

Malaysia Price (Malaysians residing in Malaysia)

RM 1,500 Per Person

Saving Of

RM 1,000 Per Person

Assessing Risks and Business Impact Requirements


Developing Business Continuity Strategies
and Plans


Testing and Exercising Business Continuity


Why BCM Institute?

Dedicated team of leading industry practitioners as instructors with over 20 years of industry experience among them

Largest Business Continuity Management and Resilence training and certification organization in Asia Pacific

Learned by professionals, practitioners, consultants and auditors from over 1000 organizations and MNCs across 40 countries

What Do We Do?


We provide the most comprehensive BCM, CC, CM, DRP and BCMS Audit training and certification with most experience practitioners in the Asia Pacific


It is governed by independent Advisory Board, Education, Examination & Certification Committees


Our certifications are recognized by professionals, practitioners, consultants, auditors, officials over 850 organizations and MNC across 40 countries


Conduct and administer both WSQ competency-based courses and certification examination

Thought Leadership

Organize conferences and seminar events, publish technical and research papers. You are invited to attend our Meet-the-Expert webinars at least 10 times per year.

Certification & Professional Development

We provide career path and a common body of knowledge for BCM, CC, CM, DRP and BCM Audit professionals. These WSQ competency courses will served to equip all other staff to manage the existing initiatives at an acceptable budget.

Our Facilitators

Besides being academically qualified, all our facilitators possess professional BCM certification from all international institutions

As the 3rd largest BCM Institute in the world, our certifications are internationally recognized.

Misconception About Business Continuity Management

"Our people will know what to do in an emergency."

Even the best employees cannot be expected to know what to do when disaster strikes. Leaving each to respond in his or her own way only adds to the confusion of an event.

"We have insurance to cover our losses."

Proper insurance coverage is important, however it may not fully cover some of the peripheral damages from an event, like loss of customers, loss of market share, or setbacks in development or release of a new product.

"We do not have the time to develop a business continuity plan."

Your fixed cost will continue after an even happen, whether or not you are open. Therefore, the time spend on developing and maintaining BCM plan will help you to return your operation to normal.

"Business continuity and disaster recovery planning are the same."

Business continuity is a proactive plan to avoid and mitigate risks associated with a disruption of operations. Disaster recovery on the other hand is a reactive plan for responding after an event.

Think Your Business Can Withstand a Disaster? Think Again


Twenty-five percent of businesses do not reopen following a major event.

Source: Insurance Institute of Business & Home Safety;

BCM Institute's Qualified Facilitator Profile

Murugan Munisamy

Dr. Goh Moh Heng

Rose Lam

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