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Our three-day ISO/IEC 22301 BCMS Lead Implementer training course will provide you with the knowledge to implement an ISO/IEC 22301 compliant Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) within your organisation.
Our ISO/IEC 22301 BCMS Lead Implementer training course will give you the skills to lead and manage an ISO 22301-compliant BCMS implementation project.
Our ISO/IEC 22301 BCMS Lead Implementer training course will cover the following topics:
Our ISO/IEC 22301 BCMS Lead Implementer training course provides a complete introduction to the key elements required to achieve ISO 22301 certification, including:
Our ISO/IEC 22301 BCMS Lead Implementer training course is suitable for:
Our ISO/IEC 22301 BCMS Lead Implementer training course includes the following:
You must to have attended the ISO/IEC 22301 BCMS Foundation training course or you have a good working knowledge of ISO 22301 gained through practical experience.
It is recommended that you purchase and read the standard prior to attending our ISO/IEC 22301 BCMS Lead Implementer training course:
ISO/IEC 22301 BCMS Lead Implementer Examination:
The ISO/IEC 22301 BCMS Lead Implementer examination is set by IBITGQ (International Board for IT Governance Qualifications).
COBIT® 5 is the internationally accepted Best Practice Framework for IT Governance and Control. Qualified COBIT 5 Professionals are in demand in larger organisations throughout the world.
Our COBIT 5 Foundation Online training course will explain the elements of the COBIT 5 framework and will help you build your knowledge and understanding of the COBIT 5 guidance.
If you're responsible for ensuring that your organisation responds to and survives any form of disaster, from an IT service disruption to a major act of nature, this course will equip you with the skills required to achieve compliance to ISO/IEC 22301 the international standard for Business Continuity.
You will demonstrate to your stakeholders, employees, customers, suppliers, shareholders that your organisation is fully prepared for any disruptive incident that might otherwise affect its key organisational goals.