Overview of Business Continuity Management
This course is a good course for senior management to gain a broad introduction to business continuity management (BCM) as an organisational discipline.
The need for BCM is first established followed by an overview of the BCM planning methodology. Each phase of the methodology is explained together with the de facto standard for BCM, ISO 22301.
Key terminologies are defined and examples of business continuity situations are provided to reinforce understanding.
At the end of the module, participants would be able to:
- Understand the basic concepts of BCM
- Align BCM initiatives to Top Management’s goals
- Identify the benefits and key success factors of BCM – Understand main clauses in ISO 22031 Standard
- Identify the BCM Planning Methodology, framework and phases in the BCM Planning cycle.
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.
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|Estimated Duration||1 hour|
|Certificate||1 Certificate of Completion|