4.5-Day Professional Business Continuity Management Certification Course (BCLE2000) – CBCP

Who Should Attend?

This course is designed for individuals who are responsible for their organizations’ BCM program. This course serves as a good platform for participants to share and exchange knowledge with the instructors and other participants from various industries, locally and abroad.

Course Outline:

The BCLE2000 course prepares participants for DRI International’s Professional Qualifying Examination.  The curriculum is designed in compliance with the Professional Practices for Business Continuity Planners. The course does vary from the ordering of these practices with the objective of serving the BCM planner to understand the applicability of these practices within their job responsibilities.

SANY0311.JPGThe course is designed to expose the participants to all aspects of a holistic BCM program and to determine the most appropriate requirements for their organization. This is a fast paced interactive course offering that has ten lessons and is completed in four days. In each lesson, the planner’s role, tasks and objectives, planning requirements, tools, techniques, and validation are designed to assist the planner to move through this course and to directly apply these materials to their working environment. The DRI International BCM Qualifying Examination is held at the completion of the course on day 5.


Course Goal:

P1011203.JPGUpon successful completion of this course you will be able to describe and differentiate between the ten Professional Practices for Business Continuity Planners, and will be able to identify the tools used to develop a Business Continuity Program. The completion of this course will also prepare you to complete the Qualifying BCM Examination for **Business Continuity Professional credentials from DRI International.

Course Objectives:

At the end of this course, attendees will be able to:

  • Define the acronyms and terminology utilized in the business continuity industry;
  • Recall the roles of the business continuity planner and the executive management team in the development, testing, and maintenance of business continuity plans;
  • Recognize the business continuity planning stages and their individual requirements;
  • Identify and explain certain trends in the business continuity field;
  • Design effective business continuity/disaster recovery efforts for case studies through the application of the knowledge gained in this class;
  • Complete the DRI Qualifying Examination.

Course Syllabus:

Following the introduction, the course will review each of the ten Professional Practices. This will include:

  • Reviewing the actual Professional Practice
  • The practical application of the practice
  • Classroom exercise for the Professional Practice
  • A review of the key topics from the Professional Practice
  • A knowledge check using questions based on the material from the Professional Practice

DRI ‘s 10 Professional Practices for Business Continuity Professionals:

  1. BC Program Initiation and Management
  2. Risk Evaluation and Control
  3. Business Impact Analysis
  4. Developing Business Continuity Strategies
  5. Emergency Response and Operations
  6. Developing and Implementing BC Plans
  7. Awareness and Training Programs
  8. Plan Exercise, Audit and Maintenance
  9. Crisis Communications
  10. Coordination with External Agencies

BCM Certifications:

P1011303.JPGThe BCLE2000 course prepares participants for DRI International’s Qualifying Examination. One can apply for DRI’s BCM credentials i.e. ABCP, CFCP, CBCP, or CBCV (please log on to https://www.drii.org/certification/index.php for more information) upon passing of the Qualifying Examination and depending on an individual’s working experience in BC Planning and Management.

For more information about the above course offerings, please contact us at +612 8251 0080 or info@dri-anz.org, or Register here


Course Fee:

Please contact us at +612 8251 0080 or info@dri-anz.org for the course fees.

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