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Business Continuity



The Business Continuity training program is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to prepare for and respond to disruptions within their organizations. Through a structured curriculum, participants learn to develop and implement robust continuity plans, mitigate risks, and ensure business operations can resume swiftly after unforeseen events.

Program Objectives:

At the end of this program, the participants will be able to:

  • Implement effective partner selection processes and conduct comprehensive risk assessments to identify potential threats.

  • Develop and execute business continuity strategies aligned with the organization's objectives.

  • Understand the business continuity management lifecycle and its various components.

  • Optimize costs associated with business continuity planning and management.

  • Ensure the organization maintains up-to-date copies of critical data and implements robust response strategies.

  • Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of implemented business continuity measures.

  • Continuously adapt and refine business continuity plans based on evaluation findings to enhance organizational resilience.

Targeted Audience:

  • Businessman.

  • Business developers.

  • Senior Management and Middle Management.

  • Business analysts.

Program Outline:

Unit 1: 

Partner Selection and Risk Assessment:

  • Find the right business partner.

  • Conduct a risk assessment to identify potential threats.

  • Internal Control business function.

  • Complete a business impact analysis.

Unit 2: 

Business Continuity Management Lifecycle:

  • The business continuity management lifecycle.

  • Devising a business continuity strategy.

  • Gain experience.

  • Seek business employees.

Unit 3: 

Business Continuity Planning and Cost Optimization:

  • Business Continuity Plan.

  • the process of creating systems.

  • Cost optimization.

  • Recovery to deal with potential threats.

Unit 4: 

Financial Considerations and BCM Response Implementation:

  • Keen business sense and knowledge of Economics, Finance, and Accounting.

  • An organization to maintain up-to-date copies of data.

  • The business continuity management lifecycle.

  • Developing and implementing a BCM response.

Unit 5:

Implementation and Evaluation of Business Continuity Measures:

  • Implement business continuity measures effectively.

  • Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of implemented strategies.

  • Conduct post-implementation reviews to identify areas for improvement.

  • Continuously adapt and refine business continuity plans based on evaluation findings.

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