About the BCI
The BCI is the world’s leading professional association responsible for improving organizational resilience through building business continuity capability and professional development of individuals all over the world.
The BCI’s vision is a world where all organizations, communities and societies become more resilient.
The BCI is built on the principle of professionalising business continuity practice, and continues to be the authoritative and reliable source of information on all aspects of business continuity theory and practice for professionals, and offersa wealth of online resources. The Good Practice Guidelines have been revised as part of the BCI’s process of continual improvement and ongoing development of our body of knowledge to remain relevant to professionals worldwide.
What is Business Continuity?
Business continuity is the key discipline that sits at the heart of building and improving the resilience oforganizations.
It is a tried and tested methodology that an organization should adopt as part of its overall approach to managing risks and threats. Business continuity management identifies an organization’s priorities and prepares solutions to address disruptive threats. An effective business continuity programme supports the strategic objectives of the organization and pro- actively builds the capability to continue business operations in the event of disruption. The programme includes the identification of risks and threats, the creation of response structures and plans to address incidents and crises, and promotes validation and continuous improvement.
Nowadays, regulatory bodies and government emphasize on the operational recovery and resilience for all impacted stakeholders due to unexpected crisis/ incidents, political unrest (e.g. BREIXT) and civil disturbance (e.g. Occupy Central in Hong Kong SAR in 2014, “Yellow Vest” in France in 2018), pandemics, power/ system outages or even terrorist/ cyber-attacks (e.g. DDoS, ransomware), etc.
This course is designed for new and experienced BCM practitioners, executives, managers, business continuity planners and business unit staff who are involved in or manage business continuity planning functions, especially from MNCs, government and financial institutions. It is also highly useful for internal and external auditors, security managers, records managers, information technology managers, crisis managers, senior IT staff, administrative heads, and others responsible for the administration of any size of organization.
At the conclusion of this course, participants should:
6 modules( or called professional practices-PP) should be covered in the BCI framework:
Topics covered include:
Generally, there are 6 BCI membership grades depending on the students’ exam result and BCP related working experience. When a student completed the exam with PASS grade (at 70%), he/ she will be CBCI definitely. If he/ she has more than 1 year or 3 years BCP experience, after assessment from BCI with payment around GBP120, he/ she will be Associate Member (AMBCI) or Member (MBCI). Notably, same as other professional, CPD is a MUST to retain his/her status. Members can report their experience in the BCI website after creating a member account in BCI website.
120 MC questions with 70% correct as Pass, and 85% as Distinction. Candidates must have laptop with webcam for examination. The exam vendor will assess candidates’ laptop for system checking before exam.
Business Continuity Course - 20190920MC
Date: 20/9, 27/9, 4/10, 11/10
Time: 19:00 - 22:00pm
Course fee: HK$18,000 (including Exam fee)
Early-bird: 5% (paid on 17 Sep or before)
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