One (1) E-learning | Four (4) 1-hour sessions + Assessment

Course Description

Business Continuity Management Blended Learning Course (BL-B-3.1)

This intermediate ISO 22301 BCMS business continuity management (BCM) course is primarily designed to manage a pandemic flu. It will equip business continuity (BC) professionals to understand pandemic flu preparedness BCM fundamentals. They will also be given the opportunity to practice and implement an actual risk assessment, business impact analysis, business continuity strategy and plan under a realistic environment.

The course is divided into 2 Modules which is expected to be completed within 10 weeks.


Module 1 – BCM E-Learning Courses

Sign up for the following BCM Fundamentals E-learning package:

Note: Participant is expected to complete Module 1 within 4 weeks after registering before pursuing Module 2

Module 2 – Facilitated Online Workshop

Participants will 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.  Participants are expected to complete an actual RAR, BIA, BCS and BC Plan templates using your organisation examples.

The course prepares the participants with the framework and guidelines for companies, large or small, to move to a higher level of preparedness to lessen the impact of an infectious disease disruption. BCM Institute uses experiential training by experienced instructors who expound BC best practices, via assessments and instructor-led discussions in times of an infectious disease outbreak such as Ebola, H5N1, H7N9, H3N2, H1N1, HA1, Mers-CoV, Zika and the latest outbreak of the Coronavirus which was declared as global health emergency by WHO.

The course equips Business Continuity Planners to assist the Organisation to develop and implement its pandemic flu business continuity plan.

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

Note: Participants are required to submit their assignment and will be assessed at the end of each session (there are a total of 4 sessions for Module 2). The assignments are expected to be completed and submitted to the facilitator within 3 days after each session, failing which, shall disqualify the participant from receiving the BCCS certification.

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PriceSGD2,400 (Inclusive of BCCS certification application fee)
Estimated DurationLapse period of 10 weeks
Certificate8 Certificate of Completions (COC)
1 Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) Certificate

How Do I Sign Up?

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If you are joining live, make sure the date is in your diary. Email us for the latest schedule on the blended learning offering for 2020!


BC Certified Specialist (BCCS) Certification is awarded to participants who successfully completed all Blended Learning sessions and satisfies the facilitator during the live assessments, sends in an application detailing at least 1 year of BC experience, and satisfies and meets the experience requirements of the independent certification body.


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.
  • Understand the characteristics of an infectious disease and how it would affect an organisation’s BC Plan
  • Activate, respond and resume operations during an infectious disease outbreak.