Blended Learning for IT Disaster Recovery
As a socially responsible institute and a proponent of continuous learning, BCM Institute now offers participants the choice to attend its equally rigorous, "DRP-5000 Blended Learning" or "IT Disaster Recovery Expert Implementer" course. This alternative approach combines online educational materials and virtual interaction between the facilitator and participants. 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.
In spite of being virtual, there is a balance between knowledge-based acquisition activities, presentations, discussions, exercises and case studies. About two-thirds of the time is spent on activity-based learning. You are expected to complete live templates and be able to be discussed and reviewed by our expert facilitators.
Module Content and Requirement
The chart shows how the modules (1 to 4) are packaged to form the respective courses that you may be keen to attend.
Below is a snapshot of what you can expect from the programme. Each module's syllabus or "Course Content" and the delivery or "Course Requirement" has been carefully crafted to ensure that the outcome matches each day of the DRP-5000 IT Disaster Recovery Expert Implementer competency level.
Click the icon to find out more about the "Course Content" of each module and also what can you expect or "Course Requirement" as a participant for this course throughout the four modules. When you are in any of the articles and would like to come back to this page, click the "Back To: What is Blended Learning DRP-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 direct conversion to 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. You will be learning from more than 3 instructors who manage IT DR progamme in their own organisation.
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. The richness in the sharing has always been the strength of our courses.
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. More time is allocated to share experiences from the participants and facilitators.
More Information About IT DR Blended Learning
To know more about our blended learning program and when the next course is scheduled, feel free to contact our friendly course consultant colleagues via firstname.lastname@example.org. They are the BL-DR-3 Blended Learning DR-300 IT Disaster Recovery Implementer and the BL-DR-5 Blended Learning DR-5000 IT Disaster Recovery Expert Implementer.
Please feel free to send us a note if you have any of these questions to email@example.com
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