Certification BC Certified Planner (BCCP)

Business Continuity is the ability of an organization to recover critical operations after a critical resource loss event. The BC Certified Planner seminar provides an overview of established best practices in business continuity management according to the International Standard ISO 22301. Participants will become familiar with the concepts and definitions of Business Continuity Management (BCM) while understanding the logic and mechanisms that make it an integrated management system. The principal methodologies underlying the BCM presented in detail through practical exercises and examples.

Certification BC Certified Planner (BCCP)

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Material:
Seminar slides, Vocabulary of Terms, other supporting material

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Duration:
8 hours + 1,5 hours (examination)

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Method of Implementation:
Physical presence

Training target:

Understanding the principles of Business Continuity management according to the ISO 22301 standard and preparing for the certification Business Continuity Certified Planner (BCCP).

Training result:

Developing the capacity to contribute to an organization’s Business Continuity Management System.

Target audience:

Business Continuity Managers, Risk Managers, senior business decision makers, regulatory executives, and internal auditors.

Certification:

Business Continuity Management Institute (BCMI).

Topics:

• Basic Concepts of Business Continuity
• ISO 22301 and the design methodology
• Continuity risk analysis and review
• Business Impact Analysis
• Business continuity strategy
• Business continuity plans
• Tests & exercises
• Continuous improvement
• Practical models