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WSQ-BCM-320: Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plans

1 Day (2 Hours Assessment for Singapore Based Courses)

Duration Day

Course Description

register

A joint initiative by BCM Institute and the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA). This is the second in a three-part series WSQ BCM workshops and a follow up to the BCM-310 module. This module in turn, focusses on developing business continuity strategies and plans. Participants who complete the three part series will be able to achieve a Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification*.

The workshop covers applying facilitation techniques to support the development of organisational business continuity strategies and interpreting the strategies, assisting in developing business continuity plans, as well as recommending refinements to the developed strategies and plans in consultation with relevant stakeholders.

* Completion of all three workshops with a $200 Qualifying BCCS examination fees.

Certification

bccs

The Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification is awarded to participants who successfully completed the three part series.

Objectives

  • To train participants to facilitate the development of business continuity strategies and plans.

Who Should Attend?

Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plan
Course & Examination Fee

Course Fee (Applicable to Citizens)

  • Singapore Citizens and PRs sponsored by SMEs (after WDA enhanced funding**) SGD 500
  • Singapore Citizens and PRs sponsored by non-SME (after WDA funding**) SGD 650
  • Public Fee SGD 800
  • Malaysia: RM 1500 (HRDF claimable)
  • Lunch will not be provided

** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

Follow-up Courses

  • BCM-330 Testing and Exercising Business Continuity Plans

Learning Resources

Min no of Pax

  • 5

Funding

Singapore
** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

 

WSQ-BCM-320: Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plans

1 Day (2 Hours Assessment for Singapore Based Courses)

Duration Day

Course Description

register

A joint initiative by BCM Institute and the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA). This is the second in a three-part series WSQ BCM workshops and a follow up to the BCM-310 module. This module in turn, focusses on developing business continuity strategies and plans. Participants who complete the three part series will be able to achieve a Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification*.

The workshop covers applying facilitation techniques to support the development of organisational business continuity strategies and interpreting the strategies, assisting in developing business continuity plans, as well as recommending refinements to the developed strategies and plans in consultation with relevant stakeholders.

* Completion of all three workshops with a $200 Qualifying BCCS examination fees.

Certification

bccs

The Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification is awarded to participants who successfully completed the three part series.

Objectives

  • To train participants to facilitate the development of business continuity strategies and plans.

Who Should Attend?

Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plan
Course & Examination Fee

Course Fee (Applicable to Citizens)

  • Singapore Citizens and PRs sponsored by SMEs (after WDA enhanced funding**) SGD 500
  • Singapore Citizens and PRs sponsored by non-SME (after WDA funding**) SGD 650
  • Public Fee SGD 800
  • Malaysia: RM 1500 (HRDF claimable)
  • Lunch will not be provided

** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

Follow-up Courses

  • BCM-330 Testing and Exercising Business Continuity Plans

Learning Resources

Min no of Pax

  • 5

Funding

Singapore
** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

 

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WSQ-BCM-310: Assessing Risk and Business Impact Requirements

1 Day (2 Hours Assessment for Singapore Based Courses)

DurationDay

Course Description

register

A joint initiative by BCM Institute and the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA). This is the first in a three part series WSQ BCM workshops. Participants who complete the three part series will be able to achieve a Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification*.

The workshop covers assessing the inter-dependencies that can affect a business unit, analysing and quantifying the impact of internal and external influencing factors and reporting findings of risk factors and their impact as well as recommending solutions and / or mitigating strategies to relevant stakeholders.

* Completion of all three workshops with a $200 Qualifying BCCS examination fees.

Certification

bccs

The Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification is awarded to participants who successfully completed the three part series.

Objectives

  • To train participants to analyse organisation’s dependencies that may impact on the organization and an individual’s work role.

Who Should Attend?

Course & Examination Fee

Course Fee (Applicable to Citizens)

  • 40 years old and above Singapore Citizens and PRs sponsored by any organisations (after WDA enhanced funding**) $300
  • 39 years old and below Singapore Citizens and PRs sponsored by MNC or Government agencies (after WDA funding**) $650
  • Public Fee $800
  • Malaysia: RM 1500.00 (HRDF claimable)
  • Lunch will not be provided.

** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

Follow-up Courses

Learning Resources

Min no of Pax

  • 5

Funding

Singapore
** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

 

WSQ-BCM-320: Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plans

1 Day (2 Hours Assessment for Singapore Based Courses)

Duration Day

Course Description

register

A joint initiative by BCM Institute and the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA). This is the second in a three-part series WSQ BCM workshops and a follow up to the BCM-310 module. This module in turn, focusses on developing business continuity strategies and plans. Participants who complete the three part series will be able to achieve a Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification*.

The workshop covers applying facilitation techniques to support the development of organisational business continuity strategies and interpreting the strategies, assisting in developing business continuity plans, as well as recommending refinements to the developed strategies and plans in consultation with relevant stakeholders.

* Completion of all three workshops with a $200 Qualifying BCCS examination fees.

Certification

bccs

The Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification is awarded to participants who successfully completed the three part series.

Objectives

  • To train participants to facilitate the development of business continuity strategies and plans.

Who Should Attend?

Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plan
Course & Examination Fee

Course Fee (Applicable to Citizens)

  • Singapore Citizens and PRs sponsored by SMEs (after WDA enhanced funding**) SGD 500
  • Singapore Citizens and PRs sponsored by non-SME (after WDA funding**) SGD 650
  • Public Fee SGD 800
  • Malaysia: RM 1500 (HRDF claimable)
  • Lunch will not be provided

** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

Follow-up Courses

  • BCM-330 Testing and Exercising Business Continuity Plans

Learning Resources

Min no of Pax

  • 5

Funding

Singapore
** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

 

WSQ-BCM-320: Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plans

1 Day (2 Hours Assessment for Singapore Based Courses)

Duration Day

Course Description

register

A joint initiative by BCM Institute and the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA). This is the second in a three-part series WSQ BCM workshops and a follow up to the BCM-310 module. This module in turn, focusses on developing business continuity strategies and plans. Participants who complete the three part series will be able to achieve a Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification*.

The workshop covers applying facilitation techniques to support the development of organisational business continuity strategies and interpreting the strategies, assisting in developing business continuity plans, as well as recommending refinements to the developed strategies and plans in consultation with relevant stakeholders.

* Completion of all three workshops with a $200 Qualifying BCCS examination fees.

Certification

bccs

The Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification is awarded to participants who successfully completed the three part series.

Objectives

  • To train participants to facilitate the development of business continuity strategies and plans.

Who Should Attend?

Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plan
Course & Examination Fee

Course Fee (Applicable to Citizens)

  • Singapore Citizens and PRs sponsored by SMEs (after WDA enhanced funding**) SGD 500
  • Singapore Citizens and PRs sponsored by non-SME (after WDA funding**) SGD 650
  • Public Fee SGD 800
  • Malaysia: RM 1500 (HRDF claimable)
  • Lunch will not be provided

** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

Follow-up Courses

  • BCM-330 Testing and Exercising Business Continuity Plans

Learning Resources

Min no of Pax

  • 5

Funding

Singapore
** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

 

,

WSQ-BCM-310: Assessing Risk and Business Impact Requirements

1 Day (2 Hours Assessment for Singapore Based Courses)

DurationDay

Course Description

register

A joint initiative by BCM Institute and the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA). This is the first in a three part series WSQ BCM workshops. Participants who complete the three part series will be able to achieve a Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification*.

The workshop covers assessing the inter-dependencies that can affect a business unit, analysing and quantifying the impact of internal and external influencing factors and reporting findings of risk factors and their impact as well as recommending solutions and / or mitigating strategies to relevant stakeholders.

* Completion of all three workshops with a $200 Qualifying BCCS examination fees.

Certification

bccs

The Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification is awarded to participants who successfully completed the three part series.

Objectives

  • To train participants to analyse organisation’s dependencies that may impact on the organization and an individual’s work role.

Who Should Attend?

Course & Examination Fee

Course Fee (Applicable to Citizens)

  • 40 years old and above Singapore Citizens and PRs sponsored by any organisations (after WDA enhanced funding**) $300
  • 39 years old and below Singapore Citizens and PRs sponsored by MNC or Government agencies (after WDA funding**) $650
  • Public Fee $800
  • Malaysia: RM 1500.00 (HRDF claimable)
  • Lunch will not be provided.

** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

Follow-up Courses

Learning Resources

Min no of Pax

  • 5

Funding

Singapore
** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

 

WSQ-BCM-320: Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plans

1 Day (2 Hours Assessment for Singapore Based Courses)

Duration Day

Course Description

register

A joint initiative by BCM Institute and the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA). This is the second in a three-part series WSQ BCM workshops and a follow up to the BCM-310 module. This module in turn, focusses on developing business continuity strategies and plans. Participants who complete the three part series will be able to achieve a Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification*.

The workshop covers applying facilitation techniques to support the development of organisational business continuity strategies and interpreting the strategies, assisting in developing business continuity plans, as well as recommending refinements to the developed strategies and plans in consultation with relevant stakeholders.

* Completion of all three workshops with a $200 Qualifying BCCS examination fees.

Certification

bccs

The Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification is awarded to participants who successfully completed the three part series.

Objectives

  • To train participants to facilitate the development of business continuity strategies and plans.

Who Should Attend?

Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plan
Course & Examination Fee

Course Fee (Applicable to Citizens)

  • Singapore Citizens and PRs sponsored by SMEs (after WDA enhanced funding**) SGD 500
  • Singapore Citizens and PRs sponsored by non-SME (after WDA funding**) SGD 650
  • Public Fee SGD 800
  • Malaysia: RM 1500 (HRDF claimable)
  • Lunch will not be provided

** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

Follow-up Courses

  • BCM-330 Testing and Exercising Business Continuity Plans

Learning Resources

Min no of Pax

  • 5

Funding

Singapore
** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

 

WSQ-BCM-320: Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plans

1 Day (2 Hours Assessment for Singapore Based Courses)

Duration Day

Course Description

register

A joint initiative by BCM Institute and the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA). This is the second in a three-part series WSQ BCM workshops and a follow up to the BCM-310 module. This module in turn, focusses on developing business continuity strategies and plans. Participants who complete the three part series will be able to achieve a Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification*.

The workshop covers applying facilitation techniques to support the development of organisational business continuity strategies and interpreting the strategies, assisting in developing business continuity plans, as well as recommending refinements to the developed strategies and plans in consultation with relevant stakeholders.

* Completion of all three workshops with a $200 Qualifying BCCS examination fees.

Certification

bccs

The Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification is awarded to participants who successfully completed the three part series.

Objectives

  • To train participants to facilitate the development of business continuity strategies and plans.

Who Should Attend?

Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plan
Course & Examination Fee

Course Fee (Applicable to Citizens)

  • Singapore Citizens and PRs sponsored by SMEs (after WDA enhanced funding**) SGD 500
  • Singapore Citizens and PRs sponsored by non-SME (after WDA funding**) SGD 650
  • Public Fee SGD 800
  • Malaysia: RM 1500 (HRDF claimable)
  • Lunch will not be provided

** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

Follow-up Courses

  • BCM-330 Testing and Exercising Business Continuity Plans

Learning Resources

Min no of Pax

  • 5

Funding

Singapore
** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

 

,

WSQ-BCM-310: Assessing Risk and Business Impact Requirements

1 Day (2 Hours Assessment for Singapore Based Courses)

DurationDay

Course Description

register

A joint initiative by BCM Institute and the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA). This is the first in a three part series WSQ BCM workshops. Participants who complete the three part series will be able to achieve a Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification*.

The workshop covers assessing the inter-dependencies that can affect a business unit, analysing and quantifying the impact of internal and external influencing factors and reporting findings of risk factors and their impact as well as recommending solutions and / or mitigating strategies to relevant stakeholders.

* Completion of all three workshops with a $200 Qualifying BCCS examination fees.

Certification

bccs

The Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification is awarded to participants who successfully completed the three part series.

Objectives

  • To train participants to analyse organisation’s dependencies that may impact on the organization and an individual’s work role.

Who Should Attend?

Course & Examination Fee

Course Fee (Applicable to Citizens)

  • 40 years old and above Singapore Citizens and PRs sponsored by any organisations (after WDA enhanced funding**) $300
  • 39 years old and below Singapore Citizens and PRs sponsored by MNC or Government agencies (after WDA funding**) $650
  • Public Fee $800
  • Malaysia: RM 1500.00 (HRDF claimable)
  • Lunch will not be provided.

** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

Follow-up Courses

Learning Resources

Min no of Pax

  • 5

Funding

Singapore
** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.

 

WSQ-CC-350: Implementing Crisis Communication Plan

2 Days (2 Hours Assessment for WSQ Funded, Singapore Based Courses)

Duration 2 Days

Course Description

register

This 2-Day course is a unique competency-based Crisis Communication course designed uniquely for participants who are business continuity managers/implementers that have no crisis communication background.  The emphasis is to assist his/her crisis communication counterparts as part of their role as an emergency and incident management, crisis management and business continuity management team member.

Completion of the 2-Day competency-based crisis communication course also allows participants to achieve an internationally recognised Crisis Communication certification, i.e. the Crisis Communication Certified Planner (CCCP)* certificate.

Certification

The Crisis Communication Certified Planner (CCCP) certification is awarded to participants who successfully completed the 2-Day CC-350 Implementing Crisis Communication Plan course and pass the Qualifying CCCP examination.

Objectives

  • To train participants who do not have a crisis communication background and are in the emergency and incident management, crisis management and business continuity management team, to have the competency to establish crisis management plan for their organisation.

Who Should Attend?

Examination

There is no examination attached to the course, but a WSQ Competency Assessment needs to be attempted and passed for Singaporean and Singapore PR to obtain his/her WSQ Statement of Attainment  (SOA).

Examinations are only applicable if participants opt to attempt the Qualifying CCCP examination at SGD150.

The CCCP Examinations is 1.5 hours, 50 online Multiple Choice Questions done in an invigilated room either at BCM Institute’s designated exam venue.

Course Fee

  • SGD 1,500 (for non-Singaporean, Singapore PR)
  • SGD 600 for Singaporean and Singapore PR who are 40 years old and older (after WDA enhanced funding 1)
  • SGD 1,300 for Singaporean and Singapore PR who are 39 years old and younger (after WDA funding 1)
  • All course fees include courseware and two tea breaks.

Certification Fee

  • Not Applicable

Examination Fee

  • SGD 150 for the Qualifying CCCP examination fee.

Follow-up Courses

  • CC-450 Executing and Managing Crisis Communication Plan
    Download Executing and Managing Crisis Management Plan Brochure Here
    Price: SGD 1,600 (before funding)
    Inclusive of courseware and two tea breaks
  • CM-360 Implementing Crisis Management Plan
    Download Implementing Crisis Management Plan Brochure Here
    Price: SGD2,400 (before funding)
    Inclusive of courseware and two tea breaks

Learning Resources

Min no of Pax

  • 5

Funding

Singapore
** For more information on funding, please visit www.skillsconnect.gov.sg for eligibility details and WSQ application.