BCM-8030: ISO 22301 BCMS Auditor

One (1) E-learning | Four (4) 2-3 hour sessions + Assessment

Course Description

BCM Auditor Blended Learning Course (BL-A-5)

The BCM Auditor Blended Learning is a comprehensive Crisis Management course equivalent to the international certification BCMS Auditor.  The combination of both online and face to face interaction allows busy auditor and interested auditors to study with minimal disruption to their schedule.

The course is divided into 4 modules where each module allows you to understand BCM fundamentals,  ISO 22301 BCM audit fundamentals and internal auditor fundamentals. All participants would be provided access to the ISO 22301 standard so that they can simulate live auditing.

It is expected to be completed within 6 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 to 3 – Facilitated Online Workshop

There will be pre-readings before each state of the module. After which a facilitated discussion would be conducted with fellow participants and facilitated by industry practitioner instructors.

While module 1 would concentrate on ensuring participants are competent in their BCM fundamentals,  Module 2 would introduce them to audit fundamentals as well as an introduction to the requirements of ISO 22301 BCMS Standards.

For information on what is covered in module 2, you may like to look into course details here.

Module 3 would then take them through what is expected of an ISO 22301 BCMS auditor. They will be taken through the steps of how to conduct audit fieldwork and present their findings.

To know more about what module 3 covers you can read more via this link.

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SGD150 (Certification Fees are to be paid during application after participants has passed their Qualifying BCCLA exam)
Estimated DurationLapse period of 6 weeks
Certificate1 Business Continuity Certified Planner (Audit) (BCCP (Audit)) Certificate*
*Upgradable to Business Continuity Lead Auditor (BCCLA) subject to proof of 1 Years of BC Experience

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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.


Business Continuity Certified PlannerBusiness Continuity Certified Planner (BCCP) Certification is awarded to all who complete all the 4 modules of the BCM-8530 Blended Learning course.

Business Continuity Certified Lead Auditor (BCCLA) Certification is awarded to participants who successfully completed all Blended Learning sessions and passes the live assessments and pass the Qualifying BCCLA examination  (for Singaporean and Singapore PR participant) or the end of module assessment, sends in an application detailing at least 1 year of BCM 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.