By the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Define Business Continuity Management (BCM).
- Understand the elements sequence of the Business Continuity (BC) lifecycle.
- Apply the elements of ISO 22301 to design a BCM.
- Identify how BC planning can assist an organization in identifying and avoiding potential business disruptions.
- Design, plan and implement your own business continuity management system.
This program is designed for:
Individuals, managers, supervisors and all those who are engaged in protecting the organization against business risk and disruption.
This program is worth 25 NASBA CPEs.
Locations & Dates:
16 - 20 Dec 2012
Crowne Plaza Sheikh Zayed Road
Meirc reserves the right to alter dates, content, venue and trainer with a reasonable notice time.
One extra free place for every 2 paid nominees
Delivery Type: Group-Live
Introduction to Business Continuity Management (BCM)
- Definition of BCM
- BCM Terms
- Benefits and Needs of Implementing a BCM
- Difference between crisis management, disaster recovery and BCM
- Potential Risks to Business and Sources of Risk and Disasters
- What Threatens your Business?
- Five Myths About Business Continuity Planning
- The Black Swan of Planning
Overview of BC Standards
- Why Standards?
- Types of Standards
- Current Regulations/Standards
- ISO 22301 as a model
- Purpose of Implementation
Essential Elements of a BC System
- Scope and Policy
- Implementation and Operation
- Management Review
- BCM Life Cycle
- The Plan-Do-Check-Act
Designing and Implementing a BC System
- Understanding the Organization
- Defining your Organization's Business Continuity Requirements
- Identify Critical Activities
- Perform Business Impact
Analysis (BIA): Risk Matrix
- Evaluate Threats to Critical Activities
- Determine Continuity Requirements
- Determine Business Continuity Strategy
- Developing and Implementing a BCM Response
- Exercising, Maintaining, and Reviewing BC Arrangements
- Defining your Maximum Tolerable Period Of Disruption (MTPOD)
- Overview of Business Continuity Best Practices
- BCM Response and Incident Timeline
- Managing Accountability for the Business Continuity Program
- Launching a BC Project
- Establishing the Business Continuity Teams
- Drafting an Organizational BC Plan
- Case Study and BC Templates
Maintaining your Business Continuity Plan (BCP)
- Testing and Maintaining your BCP
- Types of testing
- Tabletop Exercise
- Tabletop Versus Simulation
- Steps to keep your BCP a high organizational priority
- Critical success factors in a crisis
Personal/Family Continuity Plans