BCM-5000: ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management Expert Implementer
One (1) E-learning | Six (6) 3 hour sessions + Assignment
Business Continuity Management Blended Learning Course (BL-B-5)
This holistic business continuity management (BCM) course is primarily designed for BC professionals or anyone interested in implementing or managing business continuity for their organisation.
The course is divided into 4 modules where each module allows you to understand the BCM fundamentals, practice and implement an actual risk assessment, business impact analysis, business continuity strategy and plan as well as in-depth discussion on how to engage management and the BCM team when the BCM plan has been implemented. Participants would also be able to have a fundamental knowledge of crisis management and command centre management.
The course would put more emphasis on pandemic management and how it relates to business continuity.
It is expected to be completed within 8 weeks.
Module 1 – BCM E-Learning Courses
Sign up to our BCM Fundamentals E-learning via the link below:
Note: Participant is expected to complete Module 1 within 2 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.
These are to be done after pre-reading materials and guidance are disseminated. Participants are to attempt the templates for each concept per stage.
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. This would be done via our online facilitated workshops.
Note: Participants are required to submit their assignment for each stage and will be assessed at the end of each stages’ session (there are a total of 4 sessions for Module 2). The assignments are expected to be completed and submitted to the facilitator within 2 days after each session.
Module 3 & 4 – Facilitated Online Workshop
In Module 3, participants will explore their role as BCM manager for the organisation. An in-depth explanation of RAR, BIA, BCS and BC Plan and how it relates to engaging their team as well as fundamental knowledge on crisis management as well as command centre management would be explored as well.
Similar to Module 2, pre-readings and guidance notes would be shared before participants join a two (2) 3-hour facilitated online workshop on different days.
It would then be followed up by Module 4 work where participants are tasked to present on RAR, BIA, BCS and BC Plan and how it relates to an organisations’ BCM. The presentation would be a mock-up presentation to the senior management (facilitator) and BCM steering committee (your fellow participants).
Participants would be provided pre-readings and guidance notes before they present in the two (2) 3-hour facilitated online workshop.
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SGD150 (Certification Fees are to be paid during application after participants has passed their Qualifying BCCE exam)
|Estimated Duration||Lapse period of 8 weeks|
|Certificate||8 Certificate of Completions (COC)|
1 Business Continuity Certified Planner (BCCP) Certificate*
*Upgradable to Business Continuity Certified Expert (BCCE) subject to proof of 3 Years of BCM Experience
Please choose your preferred batch wisely to ensure your availability for the dedicated web-training session.
How Do I Sign Up?
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Dr Goh Moh Heng
President of BCM Institute, the Managing Director of GMH Continuity Architects
His primary areas of expertise include Business Continuity Management (BCM), Disaster Recovery Planning (DRP), ISO22301 BCM Audit and Crisis Management. Since 2011, Dr Goh had served as global head for Standard Chartered Bank and tthe Government of Singapore Investment Corporation, now known as GIC. Moh Heng has assisted more than 100 organisations, particularly those operating in the Asia-Pacific and Middle-East Region in their successful implementation of their Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) and achieving their BS 25999/ SS 540 / ISO 22301 organisation certification.
Vice President, GMH Continuity Architects
She has more than 10 years of BCM experience including regional BCM planning and program implementation for the banks’ offices in Asia: Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, India, Korea and South-East Asia. Her BCM experience includes Business Impact Analysis, recovery strategies development, alternate sites implementation and business continuity/crisis management exercises. Her other BCM involvement includes risk mitigation planning for DBS Bank for the S2006 event (IMF/World Bank meetings), planning and conduct of the Financial Industry-wide Business Continuity Exercise as well as Avian Flu pandemic response planning.
Business Continuity Certified Planner (BCCP) Certification is awarded to all who complete all the 4 modules of the BCM-5000 Blended Learning course.
Business Continuity Certified Expert (BCCE) Certification is awarded to participants who successfully completed all Blended Learning sessions and passes the live assessments and pass the Qualifying BCCE examination (for Singaporean and Singapore PR participant) or the end of module assessment, sends in an application detailing at least 3 year of BC experience, and satisfies and meets the experience requirements of the independent certification body.
This course will provide participants with the concept and knowledge, which will enable them to:
- Identify possible threats that may disrupt critical business functions in the organisation.
- Strengthen organisational resiliency to counter major incidents and disaster.
- Identify and analyse business requirements to recover critical business function.
- Develop business continuity and recovery strategies.
- Develop and implement comprehensive BC plans.
- Create and develop BCM awareness and training programme.
- Conduct exercises and tests.
- Implement BCM audit and assessment programmes to ensure BC plan effectiveness.
- Drive organisation-wide BCM program.
- Ensure effective program management on an ongoing basis.