Understanding ISO 22301: The Standard for BCM
- A Practical Guide
Understanding ISO 22301 - A Practical Guide
The publication of this standard gives us for the first time an international yard stick for Business Continuity Management. This course introduces delegates to the layout of the standard, its key points and its future direction. It was developed at the request of the BSI and is also marketed by them.
Those who are already familiar with Business Continuity Management concepts but wish to understand how their practice matches the standard.
- Understanding the origins of the standard
- What is a standard and what is a management system?
- What are the key differences to BS 25999?
- Layout of the standard
- Context of the BCMS (Framework)
- Leadership, planning and support
- Operating - the BC practice
- Performance evaluation and improvement
- Relationship with other standards and certification issues
This award winning venue is near Moreton-In-Marsh, which is 90 Minutes on a direct line from London Paddington. It is also around an hour away from Birmingham International Airport and Railway Station.
23 October 2013 - Cotswolds
24 January 2014 - London
16 May 2014 - Cotswolds
19 September 2014 - London
Ian Charters, FBCI
Ian has been a member of the Business Continuity Institute since 1997 and was elected a Fellow in 2004. He is an internationally respected Business Continuity practitioner and a former member of the board of the BCI. He also held the position of Chair of Education at the BCI and was on the working party which developed BS 25999. Ian runs Continuity Systems which helps organisations of all sizes develop and implement BCM programmes.
Other presenters include Ian Francis and Mel Gosling.
£530 +Vat (includes lunch and refreshments)
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