Developing Business Continuity Strategy
September 20, 2022 - September 22, 2022
Schedule via Zoom:
September 20 & 22, 2022
Tuesday & Thursday
1:00 – 5:00 PM
Early Eagle Rate:
September 06, 2022
This is a 1-day course that describes the essential elements of developing a Business Continuity Strategy and planning for its implementation. It covers Business Impact Analysis, Risk Assessment, and Key Business Continuity Strategies for various industries like Manufacturing, Finance, Retail, BPOs, etc.
It starts with initiating the right policies to enable the business to get the support of the leaders and stakeholders for business continuity. Then, followed with the right approach to assessing the risks that may cause the company to cease operations. Since investments may be limited, the business impact analysis (BIA) would help to prioritize the processes or services and determine the functional requirements of the business continuity management program. Emphasizing class participation and team ideas, you'll learn to plan and successfully conduct a Business Impact Analysis project.
Topics include the business continuity management program and a proven planning methodology.
It will also cover Risk Assessment, a top priority in all sectors, from supply chain to cyber security. As a professional in this field, you must be at the top of your game to truly identify your organization's threats multiple and how to protect against them. You need to be able to perform risk assessments, reduce organizational vulnerabilities, select cost-effective risk controls, and obtain buy-in from upper management. This course focuses on teaching those skills and many more. This workshop combines theory with actual world practices to give you instruction and tools you can use in creating a Risk Management program.
Finally, the workshop will describe various business continuity strategies for various industries. It will utilize the output of Business Impact Analysis and Risk Assessment to develop an effective and efficient approach to ensure the continuity of critical business processes.
Who should attend
Business Continuity Managers, Risk Managers and other professionals responsible for continuity of business operations.
After the course, you will:
Examine the role of the business impact analysis (BIA) within the functional requirements phase of a proven business continuity management (BCM) planning methodology;
Conduct risk assessment
Explain the steps to successfully conduct a BIA within the scope of a BCM program;
Provide the participants with instruction and tools for implementing business continuity management risk evaluation and control;
Delineate the skills, knowledge and procedures business continuity professionals need to develop and manage risk as part of BCM program;
Recommend various strategies for the continuity of businesses; and
Develop implementation of Business Continuity Plans.
- Program Initiation and Management
- Business Impact Analysis
- Risk Assessment
- Developing Business Continuity Strategies
- Implementation of Business Continuity Plans
Business Continuity Managers Association of the Philippines (BCMAP) was formed in 2006 with the goals to organize forums, conduct certification classes, and promote the best practices and standards of Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery. BCMAP aims to address the needs of enterprises from various sectors in the country and ensure the protection of human lives and assets in the event of any disruption or crisis in business.
The group started to organize forums thru the sponsorship of companies like IBM, Citibank, ADB, BSP, ePLDT, Symantec, Meralco and Zuellig. They have also approached Disaster Recovery Institute International (DRII) from the US and the Business Continuity Institute (BCI) from UK to provide subject matter experts on the professional
practices of business continuity. The forum continues to evolve and collaborate with various government agencies like NDRRMC, BFP, DOH and NGOs like WHO, Red Cross, Zuellig Foundation, among others to continue to promote the practice of Business Continuity in the country. They also encouraged and mentor practitioners to get certified as Business Continuity practitioners with DRII or The BCI to ensure implementation of best practices in the country.
The courses are delivered by seasoned practitioners on BC/DR. Some of their certified instructors are listed below:
• Mel Cabodil, CBCP, AMBCI, ITIL Professional
• Jaycee dela Cruz, CBCP, AMBCI, CBE, MBA
• Sebastian Puache, CBCP
• Carol Atido, CBCP
• Eugene Daga, CBCP
• Jeffrey Jardin, CBCP
• Joselito Capinpin, ABCP, PMP
• Eric Ugaddan, ABCP, NEBOSH Certified