Business Continuity Management Course Offers Best Practices for Disaster Recovery
The Queens McColl School of Business is proud to announce—in partnership with the Disaster Recovery Institute International (DRI)— a 15-week professional course on business continuity management (BCM). The BCM course is designed for professionals who are new to business continuity and disaster recovery. It's also helpful to professionals who are looking for a complete "how-to" guide of best practices for building a business continuity management program within their organization.
The course will commence on April 25, 2017, and will meet for fifteen consecutive Tuesday evenings. The class meetings are held from 6:00-9:00 p.m., and will consist of lectures, activities, discussion, reading, quizzes and a final exam.
The tuition, which can be paid to Queens directly online, is $2,250. A discount is offered to Queens employees and alumni. Materials cover the processes of program initiation and project management, risk and business impact analysis, vulnerability analysis, loss prevention and risk mitigation; and the development, implementation testing and maintenance of plans and procedures to assist and organization to prepare to recover from an event which prevents them from doing business in their normal manner, if at all.
The BCM course also provides great networking opportunities to all participants.
For additional information, please visit the Business Continuity Management page.
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