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Make sure your BCM team members are familiar with the latest standards and best practice. There is no one-good-way to implement BCM into your organisation. Every organisation is different and has to do what’s right for them.
Depending on background, for example in IT, Risk management, Compliance, Cyber security, Facility Management, Security, COO, HR or front-office, people often have very different ideas on what BCM is or should be, and how to approach it. Being BCM-certified assures a broader view and familiarity with standard and good practices, so that you can then make a well-informed decision on how to best manage BCM in your organisation.
Our senior trainers are not only certified themselves, but also have decades of professional practical experience, working in a variety of organisations.
Business Continuity Certification CBCI
Based on the BCI Good Practices Guidelines (GPG2018)
Passing the Certificate of the Business Continuity Institute (CBCI) is the first step to proving your industry knowledge and joining the BCI’s global network of business continuity and resilience professionals.
By taking the CBCI Certification course you’ll learn not just the ‘what’, but also the ‘why’, ‘how’, and ‘when’ of good business continuity practice. No previous knowledge of business continuity is required. Starting with the basics, the course progresses through Business Continuity Management (BCM) processes & practice and provides a solid foundation for further study and a career in BC.
You’ll join a class of fellow Business Continuity professionals, and have chance to share experiences and build your network. All of our instructors are industry professionals that will supplement the course with real world examples.
The CBCI credential is an assurance that professionals have the full knowledge and understanding of the theory of global good practice BC. This theory is based on the Good Practice Guidelines (aligned to ISO 22301) the global guide to good practice in Business Continuity. It is also ideal for professionals who wish to begin or move into a career where they must demonstrate knowledge and understanding of good practice in BC.
The CBCI credential is an internationally respected certification. This gives you a professional edge with employers around the world recognising the value of your credentials. Employers also have the added benefit of having certified practitioners which can help towards achieving alignment or certification to ISO 22301, or to demonstrate enhanced levels of resilience which can give them the edge over their competition or help them to meet industry regulations.
The CBCI is a certified grade of BCI membership which recognises your professional status. Upon passing the examination at the appropriate level, and subject to proof of professional experience, you will be entitled to progress to the grade of Member of the BCI (MBCI) or an Associate Member of the BCI (AMBCI). BCI Membership unlocks a whole suite of benefits that help you advance in your career.
Business Continuity Certification CBCI
The 3 – 5 days training course is based on the BCI Good Practice Guidelines (GPG2018 version), the independent body of knowledge for good Business Continuity (BC) Practice and is aligned to ISO22301.
Continuity Group Ltd is a licensed training partner of the Business Continuity Institute (BCI), which is the world’s leading institute for business continuity. Founded in 1994, the BCI has established itself as the leading membership and certifying organisation for business continuity professionals worldwide. With 8,000 members in more than 100 countries worldwide, the BCI truly is the world’s leading institute for business continuity. The BCI stands for excellence in the business continuity profession and its statutory grades provide assurance of technical and professional competency in business continuity. For more information, visit http://www.thebci.org
This course is ideally suited to BCM Practitioners and aspiring individuals who intend to take BCM as a career, or those in adjacent areas of expertise. The course requires no specific level of prior knowledge or pre-training, however, passing the exam will require dedication and commitment from the candidates to study, learn and engage in discussions.
Although the course is intended to meet the technical and professional needs of BC and resilience professionals working in organisation of any type and size, in any industry or sector worldwide, the benefit of an in-house course is that we can focus on specific examples more relevant to the industry in which you operate.
Continuity Group Ltd is the only BCI licensed training provider in Hong Kong and Macau for this training. We have delivered several successful CBCI training programs, with an exceptional track record of passing rate. Our BCI approved trainers are experience and well-qualified to bring your team through the CBCI exam.
Passing the Certificate of Business Continuity Institute (CBCI) Examination is the first step to getting BCI-certified. The examination comprises of 120 multiple choice questions and candidates will have two hours to complete. The Certificate of the BCI (CBCI) Examination is entirely based on the BCI’s Good Practice Guidelines. The pass mark for the exam is set at 70%. A candidate scoring 85% or above will receive a Pass With Merit in their exam. The CBCI certification is valid for 3 years and is subjected to an annual membership fee which is set at the same level of Associate Member (AMBCI). Higher levels of membership such as Member (MBCI), Associate Fellow (AFBCI) and Fellow (FBCI) are also available.
6 modules define the CBCI training course
Module 1 : Policy and Programme Management (PP1)
- Determining BCM Program Scope
- Implementing a BCM Program
- Managing Outsourced Activities & Supply Chain Continuity
Module 2: Embedding Business Continuity (PP2)
- Skills and Competence Requirements for Business Continuity
- Managing a Training Program
- Managing an Awareness Campaign
Module 3: Analysis (PP3)
- Purpose and Impact of Business Impact Analysis
- Developing Business Impact Analysis
- Methods and Outcomes of Evaluating Threats
Module 4: Design (PP4)
- Continuity and Recovery Strategies and Tactics
- Threat Mitigation Measures
- Incident Response Structure
Module 5: Implementation (PP5)
- Developing and Managing Business Continuity Plan
- Importance of Communication Plans
- Requirements of Tactical and Operational Plans
Module 6: Validation (PP6)
- Developing an Exercise Programme
- Assess Maintenance Activities Required Within the BCM Program
- Methods of Review of the BCM Program
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