In a world plagued by natural and man-made disasters, businesses are threatened like never before. While insurance may cover some of the losses, how would one go about rebuilding a business when all of its records, systems, and assets are gone? Catastrophes like the 2001 collapse of the World Trade Centre or the flooding caused by Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans highlight the fragility of many businesses. The new area of business continuity management helps organizations plan for disasters, mitigate their impacts, and plan for a quick, orderly recovery, ensuring the survival of the business.
The International Standards Organization (ISO) committees have developed best practices in the area of business continuity management. Most notably, ISO 22301.
Procept is pleased to offer a new 5-day course called Comprehensive Business Continuity Management that leads to the ISO 22301 Practitioner certification exam held on the last day of the course.
The course is immediately available as an in-house training session for corporate clients, and the first public session has been scheduled in Toronto for May 2016.