It is vital as an organisation to fully identify the critical activities with an organisation. The range of risks an organisation could be exposed to and how to optimize Business Continuity in the event of an incident or disaster being realised. In the past BCM was seen in a one-dimensional way in that there was no link to Business Continuity being thought of as providing competitive advantage to an organisation. However, this view has changed over the last 40 years. This course explores the methodology and practices of effective Business Continuity Management and is aimed at those persons responsible for BCM within their organisation or on a wider scale.
Whether embarking on a new career or looking to enhance your career, then the need to find relevant and quality training is paramount. It is always worth speaking to any course provider so that you can ascertain the level of quality assurance linked with the organisation and the qualification itself.
Our training team have membership to the Business Continuity Institute and have many years experience working in Risk Management and Business Continuity roles.
COURSE AIM & LENGTH
To provide the required skills and knowledge to become a competent Business Continuity Management professional.
150 learning hours through e-learning
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This course is for those that wish to embark on a career as a Business Continuity professional and those that are already working within a BCM role.
The course is delivered via e-learning. This means you can undertake your studies in your own time and at your own pace.
You will also have assignments to complete, which must be submitted to your tutor and these will be assessed before gaining your qualification.
UNIT 1: Modern Business Continuity Management for Business
This unit is designed to show how Modern Business Continuity Management should be integrated within an organisation. There is an ever-increasing need today to properly understand the role and capabilities of a Modern Business Continuity Management Professional and how Business Continuity can best support the business or client.
UNIT 2: Threats of Today and Tomorrow
This unit covers current and emerging Business Continuity and resilience threats facing organisations.
UNIT 3: What is Business Continuity Management?
This unit describes the extensive Business Continuity Management (BCM) and resilience measures available for reducing Business Continuity risks.
UNIT 4: Business Continuity Management Risk Mitigation
Business Continuity Management Risk Mitigation introduces the BCM Risk Assessment methodology and how to reduce Business Continuity risk through the implementation of Business Continuity Management measures.
UNIT 5: Business Continuity Management and Convergence
Business Continuity Management and Convergence (working with other security functions) introduces the modern approach of security convergence, which is essential for the effective and efficient mitigation of Business Continuity risk in the complex world of today.
UNIT 6: Business Continuity Management and Incident Management
This unit introduces the role that BCM has when a breach of security, an incident or crisis occurs and additional Business Continuity measures are required.
UNIT 7: Business Continuity Management being Modern
This unit explores the topic of Business Continuity Management with a truly innovative set of ideas and measures to reduce Business Continuity risk and enhance an organisation’s success.
UNIT 8: Research Management and Dissertation
This final unit will explain how to conduct primary and secondary research and the basic principles of Harvard style referencing in order to complete the final report. You will also complete a final essay on what you have learnt on this course.
Once you enrol on one of our training courses then you will automatically be enrolled in the ASTA Mentor program for 12 months free of charge, you then have the option to continue your membership to ASTA Mentor each year so that you can continue to receive the benefits.
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