Certification BC Certified Lead Auditor (BCCLA)

The BC Certified Lead Auditor seminar concerns the training of executives as “Lead Business Continuity Management Systems Auditors”. The material and methodology of the training program are defined by the BCM Institute and include deepening in concepts of business continuity, explanation of the requirements of the International Standard ISO 22301, presentation and analysis of methodologies, techniques, and tools for conducting inspections. The theoretical training is accompanied by practical exercises for the full assimilation of the seminar topics.

Certification BC Certified Lead Auditor (BCCLA)

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Certification:
Business Continuity Management Institute (BCMI).

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Material:
Fundamentals of BCM, BCM Lead Auditor Handbook, Dictionary of BCM, A Manager’s Guide to Auditing and Reviewing Your BCM Program

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Material language:
English

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Exam language:
English

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Duration:
28 hours + 4 hours (examination)

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Method of Implementation:
Physical presence

Training target:

The provision of theoretical knowledge and practical training in conducting inspections in accordance with the International Standard ISO 22301, as well as preparation for professional certification Business Continuity Certified Lead Auditor (BCCLA).

Training result:

The acquisition of knowledge and skills for conducting Business Continuity Management Systems inspections against the requirements of the International Standard ISO 22301.

Target audience:

Business Continuity Managers, Risk Managers, Regulatory Officers, and Internal Auditors.

Topics:

  1. Introduction to the BCM Institute
  2. Introduction to ISO Standards for BCM
  3. Business Continuity Management Fundamentals
  4. Risk Analysis and Review
  5. Business Impact Analysis
  6. Recovery Strategy
  7. Plan Development
  8. Testing and Exercising
  9. Introduction to Auditing
  10. Business Continuity Management Systems
  11. The ISO 22301 & ISO 22313 International Standards
  12. Analysis of ISO 22301 requirements
  13. Audit Planning and Preparation
  14. Audit Fieldwork
  15. Audit Review and Reporting
  16. Audit Follow-up
  17. Auditing tools and templates
  18. Auditing workshop