Business Continuity Management courses in Calgary, AB, Canada on 14-18 January

Can you continue your operations when your key location is unavailable?

Bad things happen: Natural or industrial disasters, fires, floods, power failures, telecommunications failures, data-processing malfunctions, hacking, malevolence, terrorism...

In a context of globalization ruled by "just-in-time" principles, organisations are in constant competition. The ability to deliver services and products to customers represents a major challenge.

A disruption to the operations, even for a short period of time, can threaten the market share and, even, the survival of an organisation. We believe it is of the greatest importance for all organisations, small or large, to develop a Business Continuity capability that enables facing all situations.

You are invited to join us for our upcoming Business Continuity Management training events in Calgary, AB, Canada in January.

BCM FOUNDATION TRAINING  14-16 January >

BUSINESS IMPACT ANALYSIS  17-18 January >

Location
Regus - Sun Life Building
144-4 Avenue SW, Suite 1600
Calgary, AB, T2P 3N4

Dates
BCM FOUNDATION  14-16 January
BUSINESS IMPACT ANALYSIS  17-18 January

Registration
https://www.continuitylink.com/public/en/location.php?id=22

BCM Foundation

The BCM foundation training will initiate you to the recognized BCM professional best practices as well as the Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) implementation cycle.

This course is based on a comprehensive and thorough model providing you with a solid BCM knowledge base, the methodology and the tools required to understand, implement and maintain a complete BCMS.

Complete training description >

Business Impact Analysis

The Business Impact Analysis (BIA) is the foundation on which to build an organisation-wide Business Continuity Management System. The instructor will walk you through all the steps associated to completing a BIA.

This course is designed around a tried and true BIA model providing you with the methodology, the associated tools and the confidence required to complete a thorough Business Impact Analysis.

Complete training description >

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