Are you completely confident in your organization’s ability to continue operating despite a major interruption? Loss of IT is the most common interruption suffered by organizations, regardless of size or sector, but how would you fare with other problems, such as severe weather, disease outbreaks, terrorist attacks on critical infrastructure or crowded places, flooding, fraud, fire, theft, transport system failure, major industrial accident, any other threat particularly relevant to your organization?
Incidents can disrupt an organization at any time and applying ISO 22301 will ensure that organizations can respond and continue its operations. Incidents take many forms ranging from large scale natural disasters and acts of terror to technology-related accidents like large scale cyber-attacks and environmental incidents. However, incidents may appear small but could have a significant impact and that makes business continuity management relevant at all times. This has led to a global awareness that organizations in the public and private sectors must know how to prepare for and respond to unexpected and disruptive incidents. When it comes to your business success, don’t get ready, stay ready. The CBCM course will empower you with practical skills you need to formulate a robust business continuity and disaster recovery plan from start to finish and transform your career.
Module 1: Introduction to ISO22301 Standard
Topic 1; Background to ISO22301 and mapping of ISO22301 to the BCM Planning Process
Topic 2: Introduction to BCM Programme Elements.
Topic 3: Understanding BCM concepts – RTO, MTD, RPO etc.
Topic 4: Explain Terminologies and BCM Body of Knowledge (BoK)
Module 2: Risk Analysis and Review
Topic 5: Understand risk management terminologies referencing to ISO 31000
Topic 6: Identify and determine threats and risks to strategic objectives and mission critical process and assets.
Topic 7: Understand and implement ISO 22301 in context of organization
Module 3: Business Impact Analysis
Topic 8: Identify critical business functions and process
Topic 9: Determine prioritized activities and quantify impact of outage
Topic 10: Identify minimum resources and tolerable downtime
Module 4: Business Continuity Plan
Topic 11: Understand the purpose of BCP Plan development
Topic 12: Identify alternate processing capability and Response readiness
Topic 13: Develop strategy for units and corporate level
Module 5: Plan Development
Topic 14: Identify emergency responses
Topic 15: Determine major BC plan component and its design
Module 6: Testing and Exercising
Topic 16: Develop test plan scenario and evaluation criteria
Topic 17: Determine exercise requirement and program,
Topic 18: On-going assessment and update
Module 7: communicating the BCP/DR Strategy – A toolkit for leaders (contains PPT presentations to the board and staff)
Module 8: Implementing BCP/DR In-house – a training handbook – contains posters and relevant case studies for champions.
Module 9: Automating the BCM program to facilitate responsiveness
Module 10: BCP/DR implementation checklist.
Duration: 10 days
1. Boot Camp – Starting 1st week of the month, Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
2. Evening Classes – Tuesday to Thursday, 6pm to 9pm
3. Weekend Classes
-Satuday 9am to 5pm and Sunday 9am to 1pm