Details & Programme
This course provides the business continuity and resilience professional with the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the Design stage of the BCM Lifecycle. The Design stage builds on the outcomes from the Analysis stage.
During this course students will use a case study and take part in group discussions and exercises.
This course is based on the BCI Good Practice Guidelines 2018.
|0920||1035||Module 1 - Design Options||Strategies and Tactics|
Insurance and Finance
Maximum Survivable Incident
|1050||1205||Module 2 - Recovery Point Objectives and Recovery Time Objectives||Setting RPOs|
Issues to consider
|1305||1420||Module 3 - Preparing for Implementation||Consolidation|
Checking Design solutions
|1435||1550||Module 4 – Incident Response Structure||Incident Response Structure |
Please note timings are indicative as the exact timings for each day may change due to students interest and experience in certain subjects. The course may finish earlier than 5.00pm if all topics have been covered.
- Understand and explore the options for designing business continuity solutions
- Set recovery point objectives and recovery time objectives
- Prepare for the Implementation stage of the BCM Lifecycle
- Design an effective incident response structure
Completing this course will contribute 8 hours towards your Continuous Professional Development (CPD).
Who Should Attend?
- Business continuity and resilience professionals who require in-depth knowledge and an understanding of how to design business continuity solutions appropriate for their organisation.
- It is recommended that students have a minimum of a CBCI or equivalent credential with experience working in a continuity and resilience related role.
MA DipBCM DipEd Hon FBCI FICPEM
Please contact the BC Training team on 01253 542650 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, should you wish to discuss options for delivering this course in-house at your organisation.