Details & Programme
In recent times supply chains have been under increased global pressure and have become more complex due to issues such as the pandemic, border closures, and climate change affects. So, ensuring you build resilience into them is even more vital, now more than ever, for the success of any business.
This one day course comes complete with course slides and a workbook that contains discussion-based activities to be completed throughout the course.
The BCI Supply Chain Resilience course is based on the Good Practice Guidelines 2018 and reflects current International Standards in business continuity.
- Module 1 - The Link to Professional Practice 1 - Policy and Programme Management
- Module 2 - The Link to Professional Practice 2 - Embedding
- Module 3 - The Link to Professional Practice 3 - Analysis
- Module 4 - The Link to Professional Practice 4 - Design
- Module 5 - The Link to Professional Practice 5 - Implementation
- Module 6 - The Link to Professional Practice 6 - Validation
|0945||1100||Module 1 - The Link to Professional Practice 1 - Policy and Programme Management||- Defining the scope of the business continuity programme |
- Supply chain continuity management as part of resilience
- Supply chain management in the business continuity programme
- Legal obligations
- The link to BCM and SCCM
- BIA Dependencies/Priority Suppliers
|1115||1200||Module 2 - The Link to Professional Practice 2 - Embedding||- Cultural layers and boundaries
- Supply chain supplier awareness
|1200||1230||Module 3 - The Link to Professional Practice 3 - Analysis||- Concepts and assumptions
- Criticality, priority, strategic?
- BC requirements in SLAs
- Risk and threat assessment
|1330||1415||Module 4 - The Link to Professional Practice 4 - Design||- 3 steps of a GAP analysis
- Causes and consequences - risk and response
|1415||1500||Module 5 - The Link to Professional Practice 5 - Implementation||- General principles
- Where does supply chain appear in the business continuity plan?
- Business continuity plan detail
|1515||1615||Module 6 - The Link to Professional Practice 6 - Validation||- Supplier performance |
- Supplier performance review
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.
Completing this BCI Supply Chain Resilience course will enable you to:
- Understand the different tiers of supply chain management
- Embed supply chain into your BCM Programme
- Understand the process of outsourcing
- Identify potential supply chain issues
- Validate your supply chain operations
You will receive 8 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points from the BCI on successful completion of the course. Further information can be found on the BCI's website here.
Who Should Attend?
- Business continuity practitioners
- Individuals who source and buy products or services
- Individuals who write procurement contracts and service level agreements
- Supply chain managers
If you would like this BCI Supply Chain Resilience training course delivered privately for your organisation, please contact the BC Training team on 01253 542650 or email email@example.com.
“James [McAlister] was absolutely excellent! Almost felt like being in a classroom. I have completed 2 other virtual training courses and he was head and shoulders above the rest”Lisa Carroll
European Central Bank