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About Overview

Business Continuity Training Ltd is a UK based training organisation with a Business Continuity Institute (BCI) Global Training License. Established in 2008, BC Training has risen to become global leaders in business continuity training.

BC Training runs courses a wide range of courses, ranging from introductory courses such as the Introduction to Business Continuity and the ISO22301 masterclass, through the industry standard Good Practice Guidelines (CBCI) course to advanced courses including the Advanced Business Impact Analysis (BIA) course. Our public courses are run throughout the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe, while we run in-house and bespoke courses all around the world.

Our offices in Lytham St. Anne's in the North of England are based on the site of a former Sawmill and are manned by 7 full time administrative, sales and operational staff, while our tutors and consultants are located in a variety of locations including UK, Ireland, Switzerland, Singapore and the USA.

BC Training Directors have a solid background in Business Continuity Management and training - Director of Training Charlie Maclean-Bristol is an industry renowned consultant and tutor. Managing Director Lauchlan Maclean-Bristol, has 20 years of experience in education and training. Our tutors include the current Chair of the BCI (James McAlister) and former Chair (James Royds).

BC Training has been shortlisted for many awards over the years, most recently being runner up in the BCI European Awards for Continuity and Resilience Provider/Product 2017.

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When is an ISO not an ISO?

Charlie looks at the accreditation side of ISO certification and the importance of knowing which companies are selling 'fake' ISO's. 

17 November 2017

“ The course was very stimulating and I enjoyed every part of it. James [McAlister]'s knowledge and experience is very impressive. ”

Gosia Leszcynska
European Banking Authority
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