No Business Continuity Management programme is effective without a significant element of training. Moreover, ongoing Business Continuity training and exercising is a key element in ensuring that plans work and that they remain up to date as organisations evolve and people within the organisation move.
Whatever the current maturity of Business Continuity Management within your organisation; Cambridge Risk Solutions can work with you to identify your specific training needs.
We have extensive experience of delivering all types of Business Continuity training from half-hour briefings to 3-day courses. We also offer specialist Crisis Management training.
Some of our standard training offerings are described below.
Everyone in the organisation must receive some very basic Business Continuity training if the programme is to be truly effective. This can be included as part of employee induction and reinforced by periodic reminders via email and/or intranet. Topics to cover include:
Business Continuity Coordinators, and others within the organisation who have responsibility for maintaining plans, require additional training in order to fulfill their duties effectively. Typically this consists of 1 or 2 days of training initially and an annual half-day refresher.
Many of our clients have an existing Internal Audit Team. We provide training to these auditors in order that they can encompass Business Continuity within their existing audit programmes, enabling objective internal audits by suitably competent staff. Typically this consists of up to 1 day of training and subsequent refreshers, as required.
We are delighted to offer an exciting range of eLearning courses. The full list of courses can be found on our eLearning page with new courses are being added regularly.
Cambridge Risk Solutions provides a range of services to assist with each stage of the Business Continuity Lifecycle. Alternatively, if you wish, you can outsource your entire Business Continuity Management function to us.
View some case studies of recent Business Continuity planning, training and exercising projects.