Are you confident with your organization’s business continuity and disaster recovery response? Between the unpredictability of natural disasters, IT security and data breaches, and numerous incidents, preparedness can help your organization anticipate, predict and better manage possible incidents.
Take this course to learn from a practical “how to” guide built to make you explore all important aspects of a Business Continuity Management Programme (BCMP), for all types of organizations. You will then learn how you can help your organization grow securely by using proven frameworks.
By achieving this course, you will :
• gain a comprehensive understanding of the best practices of Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) in compliance with ISO 22301
• learn how to establish a framework that allows your organization to continue efficiently during disruptive events
• master the key concepts related BCMS procedures
You will also have the opportunity to get your ISO 22301 Lead Auditor credentials. You can afterwards use it to showcase your knowledge, distinguish your expertise and prove your commitment to professional development.
Acquire the knowledge to support an organization from planning, to implementing, to managing, to monitoring and to improving a BCMS. Based on implementation best practice and ISO 22301 requirements, this course will give you an understanding of the founding blocks of business continuity management system and how to interpret and implement it in specific organization.
2000.1 - Leadership & Governance : Learn the fundamental business continuity principles and concepts : the BCMS purpose and value, the leadership commitment, the roles, responsibilities and authorities as well as the BCM policy.
2000.2 - Planning & Program Management : Explore requirements such as project management, setting the scope and objectives, managing change and the program Maintenance as well as documentation.
2000.3 - The Business Impact Analysis : Discover the purpose, types, methodology, analysis, reporting and communicating processes of the Business Impact Analysis (BIA).
2000.4 - The Risk Assessment : Deepen your knowledge on purpose, types, methodology, analysis, reporting and communication processes of the risk assessment.
2000.5 - Determining & Documenting the Strategy : Expand your understanding on risk appetite, protecting prioritized activities, determining resource requirements and documenting the strategy.
2000.6 - Implementing the Procedures : Learn to implement documentation requirements, incident response structure, communication procedures and business continuity and recovery procedures.
2000.7 - Checking the Procedures : Validate your procedures with awareness needs, competency requirements and exercise program.
2000.8 - Performance Evaluation : Conclude monitoring, measurement, analysis, and evaluation, evaluating BC procedures, internal audits and self-assessment as well as management review.
Included in the course materials are case studies, multimedia, small group activities, games, and takeaways such as sample policies, a BIA/Risk assessment tool, case study, open for business toolkit, templates that meet ISO 22301 requirements, and more. You will also have access to content from ISO 22313, 22317, 22318, 22320, 22398, and 31000.
This course is designed for any professionals responsible for developing and for maintaining conformity with BCMS requirements within an organization:
For the ICOR ISO 22301 : Implementing ISO 22301, no prior knowledge is required.
The ISO 22301 Lead Implementer certification exam is included. The certification exam can also be challenged online without taking a course.
Exams are a combination of multiple choice and short-answer problem solving. To earn the certification requires a score of 75% or higher in each competency area. 2.1 CEUs
The Business Continuity Institute (BCI) offers world-class, high-quality, award-winning education services, delivered in partnership with BCI Licensed Training Partners and Approved BCI Instructors located around the globe. Each of them is highly experienced and a respected Business Continuity and resilience professional, bringing a wealth of expertise to enhance your learning experience. All BCI courses have been designed to build on the management and technical practices as described in the BCI Good Practice Guidelines (GPG).
The International Consortium for Organizational Resilience (ICOR) is a non-profit and competency-based global leader in organizational resilience. It offers many programs, training and certifications to empower individuals with a quality education and credentialing programs to increase the resilience of the organizations they work for and within the communities they reside. Dedicated to make its participants resourceful leader, the ICOR courses are offered globally, through authorized and highly qualified training partners. The Model for Increasing Organizational Resilience is based on ISO 22316: Security and Resilience – Organizational Resilience Principles and Attributes.
A leader in Business Continuity, Premier Continuum helps worldwide organizations increase their organizational resilience through state-of-the-art of consulting and training services, supported by ParaSolution, its world-class BCM software. As a certified training partner of the Business Continuity Institute (BCI) since 2008 and of ICOR since 2014, we have offered hundreds of classes in Canada, USA and Europe and trained more than 500 professionals. We share our an unparalleled knowledge of the standards and best practice in various industries, and take pride in sharing their practical field-experience and their complete vision of resilience with the PCI students.