This 3-day course enables delegates to increase their understanding of the BS25999 Standard and Business Continuity implementation. From beginner right through to advanced level, this popular course will give delegates an in-depth understanding of all the relevant aspects of BS25999 and Business Continuity.
If you are responsible for ensuring that your organisation responds to and survives any form of disaster – from an IT service discontinuity to a major act of nature – this course covers all the key steps in using BS25999 best practice for your business continuity arrangements.
Delegates are taken through every aspect of the BS25999 Implementation process, in clear sequential steps, including Business Impact Analysis, Risk identification, assessment and management, and embedding the BCM process within an organisation. The knowledge and skills acquired are easily transferred into their own organisation.
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This training course follows the cycle, which is a best-practice model for implementing Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery processes in your organisation.
At the end of this course you will be able to:
This course is designed for anyone involved in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery planning, management and projects. It is relevant to all industries and sectors from SME to larger corporates. Typical attendees include:
|Day 1:BCM FoundationThis one-day course provides an introduction to Business Continuity Management and the relevance of BS25999.
Foundation Course, you will learn:
|Days 2 & 3:BCMS Lead Implementer MasterclassThese two days build on the knowledge introduced in Day 1 and provide comprehensive and practical coverage of:
|BCM Audit Preparation (1 day)||Contact|
|Business Continuity Management
& Disaster Recovery Course (3 days)
|Both courses (4 days)||for Fees|
Available In-house only, contact ALC to enquire about suitable dates.
While there are no formal entry requirements, a basic knowledge of business continuity planning – gained through practical experience or reading around the subject – will be useful.