How it works
Once we have received your enquiry, you will be assigned an Account Manager who will discuss your requirements with you. This includes what you are looking to achieve from the training, your timescales and how you would like the training to be delivered. We can deliver bespoke training either live online or in person at your premises.
Following the initial discussion, your Account Manager will put you in touch with a tutor to discuss the technical side. The meeting usually takes place via phone call or video conference. The tutor will then create an overview of the proposed training and your Account Manager will send a proposal over to you, including the course overview and costings.
For a full list of our tutors, please click here.
What you will get
BC Training’s tutors work as consultants in the business continuity industry, as well as delivering courses and consultancy for BC Training. This ensures they are up to date with the latest business continuity theory and practices. With their vast experience, they ensure clients have a unique insight into the real-life scenarios they might encounter outside the classroom.
You will also receive support from our outstanding team of Account Managers, who will take you through our award nominated customer journey.
The cost of bespoke training is determined on a case by case basis and we will provide a proposal specific to your enquiry.
“ 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 ”
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