BCI Introduction to Business Continuity (Live Online)
- Electronic course slides
- Electronic certificate of attendance
This course provides delegates with the basic knowledge and understanding of the building blocks required for developing or maintaining a business continuity management (BCM) programme.
This one day course comes complete with course slides and a workbook that contains exercises to be completed throughout the course. The course is based on the Good Practice Guidelines 2018 and reflects current International Standards in business continuity.
This BCI training course is delivered as a one day, live online training course by an approved BCI tutor. Scheduled breaks will be provided throughout the training. During the course, delegates will be able to use their microphones to take part in discussions and ask the tutor any questions, there is also the option to use a webcam too. Interactivity features used during the training may include the use of breakout sessions for group work, polls and quizzes. The course is delivered via GoToTraining.
Delegates will require a copy of the Good Practice Guidelines 2018 for this course, as it is the required reading. Pre-reading prior to attending the course is advisable.
The timings for this training are 9:30am-4:30pm UK time.
Module 1 - What is business continuity?
This module aims to provide delegates with an understanding of what business continuity is and how it adds value to organisations.
Module 2 - An overview of the business continuity management lifecycle
This module aims to provide delegates with an understanding of the business continuity management lifecycle.
Module 3 - Policy and Programme Management
This module explores the business continuity policy as described in the Good Practice Guidelines 2018 and ISO 22301.
Module 4 - Embedding
This module looks at how to embed business continuity into your organisation.
Module 5 - Business Impact Analysis
This module describes how the BIA helps to work out prioritised activities.
Module 6 - The Design Stage
This module explores how to design and select solutions.
Module 7 - Implementation
This module looks at how to develop incident response and business continuity plans.
Module 8 - Validation - Part 1
This module looks at how to deliver an exercise to ensure business continuity plans will work as anticipated.
Module 9 - Validation - Part 2
This module looks at how to review the business continuity programme.
Module 10 - Bringing it all together
This module aims to provide delegates with a summary of what has been covered on this introductory course.
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09:30 - 09:45
09:45 - 10:15
Module 1 - What is business continuity?By the end of this module, delegates will: - Be able to define which is meant by the terms BC and BCM - Understand how business continuity complements other resilience capabilities
10:15 - 10:30
Module 2 - An overview of the business continuity management lifecycleBy the end of this module, delegates will: - Be able to state the six elements of the BCM lifecycle - Understand how business continuity relates to other resilience disciplines
10:30 - 11:00
Module 3 - Policy and Programme ManagementBy the end of this module, delegates will: - Understand the role of the business continuity policy - Be able to differentiate between Policy and Programme
11:00 - 11:15
11:15 - 11:45
Module 4 - EmbeddingBy the end of this module, delegates will: - Know why a training and awareness programme is required to promote the business continuity programme - Be able to identify what indicators they might find to show that business continuity is being embedded into their organisation
11:45 - 12:30
Module 5 - Business Impact AnalysisBy the end of this module, delegates will: - Be aware of the importance and role of the BIA - Be able to analyse the different types of BIA - Be able to discuss methods for undertaking a BIA
12:30 - 13:30
13:30 - 14:15
Module 6 - The Design StageBy the end of this module, delegates will: - Understand ways to determine solutions and strategies appropriate to the RTOs identified in the BIA - Be able to mitigate risks to prioritised activities
14:15 - 15:00
Module 7 - ImplementationBy the end of this module, delegates will: - Understand what make an effective business continuity plan - Be able to describe the contents of the business continuity plan
15:00 - 15:15
15:15 - 15:45
Module 8 - Validation: Part 1By the end of this module, delegates will: - Understand why business continuity plans need to be tested - Be able to describe the five types of exercises listed in the Good Practice Guidelines 2018
15:45 - 16:00
Module 9 - Validation: Part 2By the end of this module, delegates will: - Be aware of the types of reviews used in the validation stage
16:00 - 16:15
Module 10 - Bringing it all togetherThis module goes through a summary of what has been covered on the course
16:15 - 16:30
Please note, timings are indicative and exact timings may vary due to delegate experience and their interest in certain topics. The course may finish earlier if all topics have been covered.
By the end of the BCI Introduction to Business Continuity course, delegates will be able to:
- Explain the key elements of Policy & Programme Management (objectives, scope, governance, roles and responsibilities)
- Describe the challenges of embedding business continuity and methods to raise awareness
- Describe the four types of BIA and risk and threat assessments
- Explain the five types of design solutions and strategies
- Discuss how the agreed solutions can be implemented and documented in business continuity plans
- State the five types of exercises used to validate business continuity plans
Completing this course will contribute towards your BCI Continuing Professional Development (CPD). Further information can be found on the BCI’s website here.
Who Should Attend?
- Business continuity and resilience newcomers looking for a solid foundation to their learning in the subject of business continuity.
- Individuals with a full time or part time role or responsibility that requires an understanding of business continuity.
If you would like this BCI Introduction to Business Continuity training course delivered privately for your organisation, either live online or in person, please contact the BC Training team on 01253 542650 or email email@example.com.
“I find it slightly amazing how well structured the session was & how Gillian [Logie] managed to get everything covered in time. There was an appropriate mix of lecture, discussion and group activity. I will be recommending the course to my colleagues.”
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