Business Continuity Certified Auditor (BCCA)
The Business Continuity Certified Auditor (BCCA) certification is to provide the accreditation for compliance, financial and IT auditors responsible for reviewing and auditing the organisation’s business continuity management (BCM) program. BCM professionals at organisation and business unit level assigned to conduct internal review and audit requirements for their ISO22301 BCM system (BCMS) should be certified with this credential. Middle management, department representatives, business unit coordinators, Business Continuity, Crisis Management and Disaster Recovery managers and planners with auditing and reviewing the ISO22301 BCMS. Candidates should have successfully completed BCM-8030: ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management System Auditor course and had met the necessary requirement for the auditing and BCM experience.
Participants who were awarded BCM Institute’s BCCP, BCCS or BCCE, can be exempted from attending the BCM-200: ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management Systems Planner 1-day course. Candidates must be aware that the fees may not be reduced whether he or she is already certified by the Institute.
How to be Certified
How to be Certified
The individuals should have met and continue to meet the following requirements:
- Successful completion of the BCM-200: ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management Systems Planner (duration 1 day)
- Successful completion of the remaining 2-days of BCM-8030: ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management Systems Auditor (duration 2 days)
- Successful completion of the 2 and ½ hour BCCA examination (duration 1/2 day) with a required passing score of 75% out of 100 Multiple-choice Questions (MCQ)
- At least 1-year of experience in business continuity management (BCM) and/or disaster recovery planning (DRP) auditing and/or reviewing of plans.
- Submit the Certification Application Form to email@example.com