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[WSQ-BCM-470] Course Overview: Developing A BCM Training and Learning Roadmap

The “Developing a BCM Training and Learning Roadmap”  is a 1-day course aimed at equipping designated Business Continuity Management (BCM) manager together with their human resource counterparts to develop and implement a training roadmap for business continuity, disaster recovery, BCM audit and crisis management personnel.
Moh Heng Goh

CTA KMA Know More About WSQ CoursesIC_WSQ-BCM-470An initiative by BCM Institute and accredited as a competency-based training course by SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG).  The “Developing a BCM Training and Learning Roadmap”  is a 1-day course aimed at equipping designated Business Continuity Management (BCM) manager together with their human resource counterparts to develop and implement a training roadmap for business continuity, disaster recovery, BCM audit and crisis management personnel.  If you need more explanation, you may want to read "What is a Learning Roadmap?"

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The course is targeted specifically at management with BCM responsibilities, designated organisational BCM managers, business unit BCM coordinators, human resource manager and anyone responsible for the career development and BCM professional’s competency building for their organisation.

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The course will introduce the essential steps of developing a training roadmap in the event of a crisis, including the types of training awareness programs and training delivery methods for a crisis, the types of disruptions caused by a crisis, and how to evaluate the effectiveness of a training program.

The first 5 confirmed and registered participants will receive a copy of the “A Manager’s Guide to Implement Your BCM Training and Learning Roadmap

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Objectives

This course will provide participants with the concept and knowledge, which will enable them to:

  • Determine the necessary crisis response and recovery activities to be executed by the respectively designated personnel within the organisation.
  • Identify types of disruptive activities affecting the organisation and the skill set needed to address the events.
  • Identify the competency gaps of key employees to prepare the training roadmap.
  • Develop training roadmap for employees by the organisation’s business continuity and crisis management plan
  • Identify types of training delivery methods suitable for the various level of employees.
  • Identify types of training and awareness programmes.
  • Design and deliver training programmes to key employees by training and awareness
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of training programmes by performance criteria and refine the programme accordingly.register_now1

Certifications

Currently, there is no BCM certification that is attached to the course as this course aims to provide guidance to the Learning and Development or HR team together with the Organisation BCM Coordinator (BCM Manager) on implementing an effective training roadmap.  All attendees will receive a Statement of Attainment from SkillFuture Singapore.

  

WSQ Course Offerings

         
Business Continuity Management
[WSQ-BCM-310] Course Overview [WSQ-BCM-320] Course Overview [WSQ-BCM-330] Course Overview [WSQ-BCM-470] Course Overview Developing A BCM Training and Learning Roadmap
  WSQ-BCM-310 WSQ-BCM-320 WSQ-BCM-330 WSQ-BCM-470

Crisis Management

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  WSQ-CM-360 WSQ-CM-460    
Crisis Communication [WSQ-CC-350] Course Overview New call-to-action    
  WSQ-CC-350 WSQ-CC-450    

Please feel free to send us a note if you have any of these questions to sales.ap@bcm-institute.org

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