This one-day course (with 2-hour of assessment) is part of a joint initiative by BCM Institute and SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG). The course is based on a competency standard as specified by SSG and implemented as a competency-based training course.
Singaporeans and Singapore Permanent Residents (PR) are eligible for government funding for this course in Singapore. This second WSQ business continuity management (BCM) course is a follow-up to the assessing risk and business impact requirement course.
This is an identical course only for Malaysian citizens residing in Malaysia only. It is the Human Resource Development Corporation (HRD Corp). Click the icon to know more.
This course teaches participants the know-how of developing business continuity strategies and plans. It is thus a prerequisite to complete the BCM-310 course before registering for this course.
- facilitation techniques to support the development of organizational business continuity strategies
- interpreting the BC strategies,
- developing BC plans,
- recommending refinement to the developed strategies and plans
Set of 3 WSQ BCM Courses
- BCM-310 Assessing Risk and Business Impact Requirements
- BCM-320 Developing Business Continuity Strategies and Plans [Click the Course Description icon to find out more about this WSQ course]
- BCM-330 Testing and Exercising Business Continuity Plans
Meanwhile, click on the 'Tell Me More' icon for our team to get back to you with your more specific information on our BCM-320 course. Click on the 'Register Now' icon to attend our classes.
If you are company-sponsored or self-sponsored, the conditions of the funding from SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) is provided to you when you click the icons.
Statement of Attainment
Singaporean and Singaporean PR participants attending the course in Singapore would also be getting a Statement of Attainment from the SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) at the completion of the workshop and passing of the assessment.
In order for you to achieve effective learning of the BCM planning methodology, it is strongly encouraged that you attend this course: BCM-310 Assessing Risk and Business Impact Requirements, before attempting the BCM-320 and BCM-330 courses without understanding Risk assessment and business impact analysis learned during BCM-310 course, you may have difficulties proceed to develop the strategies and to write the plan.
Click to find out more about the course overview of the next two WSQ courses and the schedule for the year.
As both Singapore and Malaysia are opening to 75% of staff members returning to work due to COVID-19, and as your organization is embarking on a BCM journey or reviewing and updating your existing BCM program, you may want to consider organizing this WSQ program within your organization for both competency building and updating of your content.
Our instructors are not only ACTA-qualified or HRD Corp Accredited Trainers but also have a minimum of 5 to 15 years of BCM implementation experience, this allows you to deploy your own templates to be completed as part of the class assignment.
Bridging Over to Certification Program
Participants who complete all three-part of the competency-based WSQ BCM series (with Statement of Attainment) may opt to bridge themselves over to the BCM Institute's professional program. It is important to note that this bridging program is not part of the SSG program or requirement as it is an independent choice by the participant.
Participants can approach the institute to sit for the Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification qualifying examination. This will enable you to achieve the
There will be an SGD $200 Qualifying BCCS examination fee.
BC Certified Specialist (BCCS) certification is awarded to participants who successfully completed the
WSQ Course Offerings
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Business Continuity Management
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