Career tracking training through DRI-ANZ

Raise your hand if you want a successful career! Many would readily agree that it is important to be both competent and adaptive in your work in all sectors of professional activity; and in business continuity and disaster recovery in particular. You stand to benefit as an individual. You learn more, know more and become eligible for different positions and responsibilities. Your employer benefits too by having a flexible, higher-performance workforce able to propel the organisation in the right direction at the right speed. Hence the importance of career tracking: knowing your own value, your value to your enterprise and what your next career steps can be. Career tracking training from DRI-ANZ is there to help structure these aspects and thus benefit you and your employer.

Logically, career tracking training for business continuity and disaster recovery should be organised in a way that maps onto common career progressions. This includes progressions for professionals specialising in these areas, as well as executives for whom such training can round out and consolidate the rest of their management capabilities. This is how DRI-ANZ organises its range of courses. They cover full length business continuity training and one-day management overviews, as well as courses on specific aspects such as business impact analysis, pandemic preparedness, and emergency planning and response.

More than this however, DRI-ANZ also offers the possibility of professional certification in business continuity. According to the examination taken, successful candidates are attributed DRI certificates that are recognised internationally. Each exam benefits from suitably aligned training course material. Certification includes both classroom theory and assessment of practical experience in business continuity. Career tracking training from DRI-ANZ therefore offers attendees clear ‘markers’ that confirm their progress and allow them and their organisations to see a clear return on the investment of attending the courses concerned.

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