In this module, participants will be taught the fundamentals of the last phase of the BCM Planning Methodology, Program Management through online learning.
Here they will be able to differentiate between BC Program and BC Management Systems (BCMS), basic level testing and advanced level testing as well as identify the 5 stages of Program Management. They will also be able to understand the processes involved in BC plan maintenance and document management as well as understand the principles behind the design and development of BCM test and exercise activities. They will also be taught on training and the stages in BCM training cycle.
The last chapter of the module would then help them to understand the review, audit and performance evaluation aspects of program management. They will be able to identify what needs to be evaluated in a BCMS and elaborate on performance evaluation.
At the end of the module, participants will be able to:
Understand the concepts and processes involved in the Program Management phase
Understand the processes involved in BC plan maintenance and document management
Understand the additional requirement needed, should an organisation be pursuing its ISO 22301 certification.
Understand how tests, exercises and training are conducted in the BC process
Understand the Review and Audit and performance evaluation process
Participants may pause their learning at any point of the module and resume where they left off. An electronic notepad is also made available for participants to take notes and store them for ease of reference.
Participants are to finish a short quiz that would assess their understanding of the module. Participants would be awarded a Certificate of Completion (COC) upon completing the quiz.