[BL-CC-4] What is a CC-400 Blended Learning Course?

When you are reading this blog, you would have previously attended the CC-300 Crisis Communication Implementer course and now attempting to complete your crisis communication learning journey and would like to be certified at the expert level.

You are now viewing the last two modules of the CC-5000 course.  This is an advanced level CC course where you will be expected to have a detailed understanding of what encompasses the continuous maintenance or upgrading of your CC Programme.

David Chin

Blended Learning Crisis Communication Manager Training [BL-CC-4] 

What is a CC-400 Blended Learning Course?As opposed to our physical "brick-and-mortar" course,  participants now have some degree of control of the class in terms of its time, place, path, or pace. While professionals generally still prefer to attend an onsite classroom-based course with a facilitator or instructor being present, (electronic) face-to-face classroom practices are fast gaining momentum.

As regions in the world are moving to the new normal whereby learning can take place where you are located, BCM Institute has crafted the CC-400 Blended Learning [BL-CC-4] to answer the global requests of conducting the CC-400 Crisis Communication Manager course on site.  

Please be informed that there is a requirement to complete the CC-300 CC Planner course or BL-CC-3 before embarking on the CC-400 course.

Here is a quick overview of the entire course, it is divided into the respective modules 3 & 4. The conduct of each module is described with the corresponding on-site learning outcome.

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BCM Institute’s CC-400 Blended Learning two-day course is now conducted in 2 modules (with two 3-hour online sessions within each module) across a period of 4 weeks. This protracted time frame allows one to understand the concepts taught in digestible bite sizes with targeted online interactions. Care and consideration have been put in place to ensure that the content and syllabus taught are of the same standard and rigor as our onsite classes.

Below is a snapshot of what you can expect from the programme. Each module's syllabus has been carefully crafted to ensure that the outcome matches each day of the CC-400 Crisis Communication Manager competency level.

Click the icon to find out more about the "Course Content" of each module and also what you can expect as participants on the "Course Requirement" for all four modules.  When you are in any of the blogs and would like to come back to this page, click the "Back to What is Blended Learning CC-5000?" button located on each page.


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What are the Differences and Concerns?

Concerns: The major concern with blended learning is that it is going to be another eLearning training over video channel, The entire process is designed such that the content will provide the same outcome.

Instructors: Do note that instructors delivering the modules remain the same as the onsite training.

International Participation: Another major change will be the participation of more international delegates as compared to the traditional majority of Asian participants.  Be expected to discuss and work as teams from different parts of the world.

Readings: Be expected to have more pre-readings as the objective is to ensure that knowledge that could be acquired via reading should be done outside the training session.  

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More time is allocated to sharing experiences with the participants and facilitators.

Schedule for Courses: This is the schedule and dates for the start of the next course.  Click "CC-5000 Course Schedule" to find out more about the "Runs" for the year.  Each Run is the course schedule for one of the four quarters of the year.

Find out more about Blended Learning CC-5000 [BL-CC-5]

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If you would like to continue to know more about your crisis management learning journey, click on the button below.

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