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ISO 22301 is an international standard for business continuity management. It is applicable to all kinds of organizations irrespective of type, size and nature of the organization. ISO 22301 specifies requirements for a holistic management process that identifies potential threats to an organization and provides a framework for building organizational resilience that safeguards the interests of its key stakeholders, reputation, brand and value-creating activities.

Disasters can occur from natural causes, human errors, intentional or unintentional activity; virtually every company has a genuine exposure to catastrophe. The answer to these threats is to be prepared, to have ready a business continuity strategy and plan through which immediate, effective action can be taken should disaster strike. Whatever the danger to company assets; a current, detailed and flexible plan will help your organization survive.

Like many other management systems, ISO 22301 is based on the Plan-Do-Check-Act approach. You can prepare for the standard by undergoing training to learn more about it. TÜV SÜD offers a foundation certification that provides an overview of the standard’s requirements along with the Lead implementer certification which endorses your knowledge in implementing and managing Business continuity plans in your organization. You will also learn what your organisation needs to do in order to ensure its continued compliance to the standard after initial certification.

  1. Basics of BCMS & Its context
    • What is PDCA
    • What is Management System?
    • What is Risk and how it can be managed?
    • Context of the organization
    • Understanding of the organization and its context
    • Understanding the needs and expectations of interested parties
    • Determining the scope of the business continuity management system
    • Business continuity management system
  2. Leadership
    • Leadership and commitment
    • Management commitment
    • Policy
    • Organizational roles, responsibilities and authorities
    • Planning
    • Actions to address risks and opportunities
    • Business continuity objectives and plans to achieve them
  3. Support
    • Resources
    • Competence
    • Awareness
    • Communication
    • Documented information
  4. Operations
    • Operational planning and control
    • Business impact analysis and risk assessment
    • Business continuity strategy
    • Establish and implement business continuity procedures
    • Exercising and testing
  5. Performance evaluation
    • Monitoring, measurement, analysis and evaluation
    • Internal audit
    • Management review.
    • Improvement
    • Nonconformity and corrective action
    • Continual improvement.

Your organisation may not consider its information to be vulnerable or targeted for attack but in the borderless Internet-connected world, disruptions to business processes can cripple your operations and allow your competitors to gain market share. ISO 22301 offers a systematic and well-structured approach that will provide capability to an organization to continue delivery of products or services at acceptable predefined levels following disruptive incident.

  • Auditors and Lead Auditors who are required to conduct internal and external BCMS audits
  • Persons responsible for implementing Business Continuity management system
  • The Business Continuity team (which may include any of the consultants , project managers, organizational staff, etc) responsible or wanting to support the organization in implementing and identifying risks and ensuring business continuity in case of any disaster

Part A

  • Multiple choice based questions
  • Total 40 questions
  • 8 questions from each module (80%)
  • 1 marks each

Part B

  • Two case study based on Module 4 in the exam content
  • Participant shall study the case study and respond to questions given along with case study (20 %)

Total marks: 60

  • Passing standard 60 %
  • To become certified, candidate shall achieve minimum 36 marks out of 60 marks
  • Attempt in Part B is mandatory.

Exam

As the exams are “open book”; candidates are allowed to use the following reference materials:

  • A copy of the ISO 22301:2012 standard,
  • Training notes from the participant handouts,
  • Any personal notes made by the student during the training

 

Overview

ISO 22301 BCMS Foundation Training & Certification

ISO 22301 is an international standard for business continuity management. It is applicable to all kinds of organizations irrespective of type, size and nature of the organization. ISO 22301 specifies requirements for a holistic management process that identifies potential threats to an organization and provides a framework for building organizational resilience that safeguards the interests of its key stakeholders, reputation, brand and value-creating activities.

Disasters can occur from natural causes, human errors, intentional or unintentional activity; virtually every company has a genuine exposure to catastrophe. The answer to these threats is to be prepared, to have ready a business continuity strategy and plan through which immediate, effective action can be taken should disaster strike. Whatever the danger to company assets; a current, detailed and flexible plan will help your organization survive.

Like many other management systems, ISO 22301 is based on the Plan-Do-Check-Act approach. You can prepare for the standard by undergoing training to learn more about it. TÜV SÜD offers a foundation certification that provides an overview of the standard’s requirements along with the Lead implementer certification which endorses your knowledge in implementing and managing Business continuity plans in your organization. You will also learn what your organisation needs to do in order to ensure its continued compliance to the standard after initial certification.

Course Outline

ISO 22301 BCMS Foundation Training & Certification

  1. Basics of BCMS & Its context
    • What is PDCA
    • What is Management System?
    • What is Risk and how it can be managed?
    • Context of the organization
    • Understanding of the organization and its context
    • Understanding the needs and expectations of interested parties
    • Determining the scope of the business continuity management system
    • Business continuity management system
  2. Leadership
    • Leadership and commitment
    • Management commitment
    • Policy
    • Organizational roles, responsibilities and authorities
    • Planning
    • Actions to address risks and opportunities
    • Business continuity objectives and plans to achieve them
  3. Support
    • Resources
    • Competence
    • Awareness
    • Communication
    • Documented information
  4. Operations
    • Operational planning and control
    • Business impact analysis and risk assessment
    • Business continuity strategy
    • Establish and implement business continuity procedures
    • Exercising and testing
  5. Performance evaluation
    • Monitoring, measurement, analysis and evaluation
    • Internal audit
    • Management review.
    • Improvement
    • Nonconformity and corrective action
    • Continual improvement.

Benefit

ISO 22301 BCMS Foundation Training & Certification

Your organisation may not consider its information to be vulnerable or targeted for attack but in the borderless Internet-connected world, disruptions to business processes can cripple your operations and allow your competitors to gain market share. ISO 22301 offers a systematic and well-structured approach that will provide capability to an organization to continue delivery of products or services at acceptable predefined levels following disruptive incident.

Who Should Attend

ISO 22301 BCMS Foundation Training & Certification

  • Auditors and Lead Auditors who are required to conduct internal and external BCMS audits
  • Persons responsible for implementing Business Continuity management system
  • The Business Continuity team (which may include any of the consultants , project managers, organizational staff, etc) responsible or wanting to support the organization in implementing and identifying risks and ensuring business continuity in case of any disaster

Exam Information

ISO 22301 BCMS Foundation Training & Certification

Part A

  • Multiple choice based questions
  • Total 40 questions
  • 8 questions from each module (80%)
  • 1 marks each

Part B

  • Two case study based on Module 4 in the exam content
  • Participant shall study the case study and respond to questions given along with case study (20 %)

Total marks: 60

  • Passing standard 60 %
  • To become certified, candidate shall achieve minimum 36 marks out of 60 marks
  • Attempt in Part B is mandatory.

Exam

ISO 22301 BCMS Foundation Training & Certification

As the exams are “open book”; candidates are allowed to use the following reference materials:

  • A copy of the ISO 22301:2012 standard,
  • Training notes from the participant handouts,
  • Any personal notes made by the student during the training

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