BS 25999: Implementation
30 November-1 December 2009
The Silensec BS 25999: Implementation course provides participants with practical tools and methods of implementing business continuity management. This course is based on industry-best practices and the Business Continuity Management (BCM) Code of Practice released by BSI, BS 25999-1:2006. Practical exercises will provide you with the opportunity to gain the skills to introduce BCM into your organisation. At the end of this course, you will return to your organisations with the knowledge and ability to implement a business continuity management system based on BS 25999.
Who should attend?
Anyone interested in the implementation of BS 25999
Participants involved in developing, operating, and/or maintaining business continuity systems based on BS 25999
Professionals interested or involved with introducing BS 25999 into an organization
Business Continuity Managers
Professionals involved with other management systems
Participants required by their manager/organisation to learn about implementation of a BCM.
What are the benefits of attending this course?
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
?Articulate the requirements outlined in BS 25999-2:2007, Business Continuity Management - Part 2: Specification
?Describe and implement the 6 steps of the BCM life cycle
?Implement a business continuity management system to utilize the best practice techniques contained in BS 25999-1.
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