Business Continuity Management Professional Certification (BCLE‐2000)
Duration of Course 1 – 4 February 2010 (Mon – Thu)
MCQ Examination (CBCP) 5 February 2010 (Fri)
Nature and Objectives:
This course is specially designed and developed to empower practitioners with the knowledge and skills
needed to help organisations develop and implement business continuity (BC) plans and spearhead business
continuity management programmes. Participants will learn the BC planning methodology and understand the
relationship of the 10 Subject Areas in DRII’s Professional Practices for BC Professionals.
The focus of this course will be on how practitioners can help organisations identify critical business functions
and ensure the continuity and recovery of these critical functions; including supporting functions in the event
of disaster. All aspects of BC planning and management will be discussed in detail, including initiating and
planning projects; risk identification and implementing mitigation measures; business impact analysis;
evaluating and selecting recovery strategies; implementing emergency response procedures; developing and
implementing continuity and recovery processes and procedures; rehearsing and maintaining BC plans; and
crisis communications and coordination with public agencies. In addition, participants will gain an insight on
how the knowledge will be applied in practical situations. Most importantly, participants will be prepared to sit for DRII’s Qualifying
Examination upon completion of this course.
BCLE‐2000 Course Contents
Introduction and Overview of Business Continuity Emergency Response and Operations
Management Public Relations and Crisis Communications
BC Project Initiation and Management Coordination with Public Authorities
Risk Evaluation and Control Awareness and Training Programmes
Business Impact Analysis Testing and Exercising the BC Plans
Developing Business Continuity Strategies Updating and Maintaining the BC Plans
Developing and Implementing Business Continuity Plan
Who Should Attend:
Business practitioners, IT and Security Managers who are responsible for, or involved in, business continuity, operational risk,
emergency response, security and crisis management will benefit from this course.
DRI International recommends participants should possess two years of relevant BC and DR experience for this fast‐paced interactive
course offering designed to expose the participants to all aspects of a holistic BCM program and to determine the most appropriate
requirements for their organizations.
Qualification Criteria for Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP)
To qualify, an individual must:
1. have attained a passing score of 75% in the multiple choice questions Qualifying Examination;
2. possess at least two years of significant practical experience in five of the following subject areas of the Professional Practices
for Business Continuity Planners. At least two of the five selected subject areas must be subject area #3: Business Impact
Analysis, #4: Developing Business Continuity Strategies, #6: Developing and Implementing Business Continuity Plans, or #8:
Maintaining and Exercising Business Continuity Plans;
#1 Project initiation and management #6 Developing and implementing the plan
#2 Risk evaluation and control #7 Corporate awareness programme and training
#3 Business impact analysis #8 Maintaining and exercising the plan
#4 Developing recovery strategies #9 Coordination with Public Authorities
#5 Emergency response #10 Public relations and crisis communications
3. have received approval from DRII’s Certification Commission;
4. agree to abide by the BC Professional Code of Ethics;
5. agree to contribute a specified amount of continuing education activities points (CEAPs) upon obtaining the CBCP certification.
This is measured by Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
Jointly Organised By:
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Disaster Recovery Institute International (DRII) Disaster Recovery Institute Malaysia (DRI Malaysia)
DRI International (Disaster Recovery Institute International) is a DRI Malaysia is established to promote and complement DRI
non‐profit organization. It is the oldest, the largest, and the International's professional copyrighted BCM education and
most globally recognized organization of its kind in the world. certification programs within the region. All our BCM training
For more than 20 years DRI International has set the standard programs are conducted under the support and guidance of DRI
for professionalism in business continuity planning and has International. It is our mission and commitment to educating,
provided the profession’s premier certification and education. certifying and growing together with corporate institutions,
There are over 7,500 active business continuity professionals organizations and individuals in the area of business continuity
from various industries and business sectors maintaining DRI planning and management based on DRI’s best International
International certifications worldwide. These certifications Standards and Practices. DRI Malaysia is an exclusive
ensure employers that candidates have an in depth representation office of DRI International.
understanding of business continuity and that they must
maintain their level of knowledge through continuing education Instructors
in order to maintain their certification. Our instructors are experienced practitioners in the fields of
business continuity management and disaster recovery
DRI International offers education in business continuity and planning; each possessing many years of practical experience.
disaster and emergency management at major industry events, All of our instructors are specially selected for their ability to
in major cities around the world and through corporate training share their knowledge and real life experiences in relation to
program. Through the organization’s International Affiliates we industry best practices. These instructors are members of
ensure that DRI International’s courses are available and are professional bodies, and suitably qualified by DRI International
taught throughout the world with the same quality and and DRI Malaysia.
consistency, regardless of location. Currently, DRI International
conducts educational training courses in over 40 countries every Certification Examination
year. DRI International is an accredited Standards Development The BCLE‐2000 is a certification course. The certification
Organization serving on committees and panels that provide examination will be conducted in the morning on the last day of
guidance to both private and government sectors in formulating each course. Those who receive a passing score in the
standards and regulations. examination, and possess a minimum of 2 years’ relevant BC
and DR experience will be eligible to apply for the certification.
Date & Time
BCLE‐200 Course: 1 – 4 February 2010 (Mon – Thu) 9:00a.m. – 5:30p.m.
Written Examination (CBCP): 5 February 2010 (Fri) 9:00a.m. – 1:00p.m
Venue Medium of Instruction
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