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T 26v19D - Free demo course - E-Learning ISO 22301 readiness BCMS version 2019

Free demo course - E-Learning (online course) - Implementation, maintenance, certification and improvement of your business continuity management system ISO 22301 version 2019

T 26v19D - Free demo course - E-Learning ISO 22301 readiness BCMS version 2019
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T 26v19D - Free demo course - E-Learning ISO 22301 readiness BCMS version 2019
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  • Last update: 15/05/2024
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Description of the online course for your business continuity management system ISO 22301: 2019

Discover the ISO 22301 standard version 2019 and

  • its content
  • its principles
  • its requirements
  • the stakes

Get used to

  • business continuity
  • risk-based thinking
  • business continuity terminology
  • continual improvement

The important and fundamental elements of a business continuity management system (BCMS)

  • business continuity (history, implementation, benefits)
  • process approach (definitions, process types, mapping)
  • context of the company (issues,stakeholders needs and expectations, scope of the BCMS)
  • leadership of top management (commitments, responsibilities)
  • planning of the BCMS (risks, actions, objectives)
  • support (resources, competence, awareness, communication, documentation)
  • operation (planning, business impact, strategies, business continuity plans, exercises, evaluation)
  • performance (inspection, internal audit, management review)
  • improvement (nonconformities, corrective actions, continual improvement)

The menu of the course

  • Presentation
  • MCT (multiple-choice test) Beginning (10 questions)
  • 1 Business continuity
    • 1.1 History
    • 1.2 Implementation
    • 1.3 Benefits
  • 2 Definitions, standards, books
    • 2.1 Definitions
    • 2.2 Standards
    • 2.3 Books
  • MCT Business continuity (7 questions)
  • 3 Process approach
    • 3.1 Process
    • 3.2 Process mapping
    • 3.3 Process approach
  • MCT Process approach (7 questions)
  • 4 Context
    • 4.1 Context of the company
    • 4.2 Stakeholders
    • 4.3 Scope
    • 4.4 BCMS
  • Case Interested parties
  • Case Customer and need
  • Case Priority tasks
  • MCT Context (6 questions)
  • 5 Leadership
    • 5.1 Leadership and commitment
    • 5.2 Policy
    • 5.3 Roles and responsibilities
  • Case New line
  • MCT Leadership (7 questions)
  • 6 Planning
    • 6.1 Risks
    • 6.2 Objectives
    • 6.3 Changes
  • Case New risk
  • Case Risk treatment
  • Case Risk register
  • Case Change
  • Case Natural disaster risk
  • MCT Planning (8 questions)
  • 7 Support
    • 7.1 Resources
    • 7.2 Competence
    • 7.3 Awareness
    • 7.4 Communication
    • 7.5 Documentation
  • Case Communication
  • MCT Support (7 questions)
  • 8 Operation
    • 8.1 Planning and control
    • 8.2 Business impact
    • 8.3 Strategies
    • 8.4 Business continuity plans
    • 8.5 Exercise program
    • 8.6 Evaluation
  • Case Incident response
  • Case Selecting suppliers
  • Case Business continuity
  • MCT Operation (8 questions)
  • 9 Performance
    • 9.1 Inspection
    • 9.2 Internal audit
    • 9.3 Management review
  • Case Audit readiness
  • Case Audit program
  • Case Auditor question
  • Case Audit report
  • Case Audit finding
  • Case Management review
  • MCT Performance (7 questions)
  • 10 Improvement
    • 10.1 Nonconformity
    • 10.2 Continual improvement
  • Case Nonconformities
  • Case Kaizen & problem
  • MCT Improvement (7 questions)
  • MCT End (20 questions)

Read more about the online course ISO 22301

 Readiness for the implementation, certification, maintenance and improvement of your business continuity management system (ISO 22301) in order to:

• ensure the protection of the company against major crises
• reduce the likelihood of disruptive events occurring
• increase confidence in the resilience of the company

 

  • prevent crisis situations
  • strengthen your resilience by assessing and reducing the consequences of a crisis
  • maintain vital business operations during a disruption
  • put in place civil protection tools and equipment
  • raise awareness and train staff on the behavior to adopt in the event of a crisis
  • protect the company’s assets
  • reduce insurance costs (renegotiation of the contract)
  • protect and improve the reputation of the company
  • strengthen stakeholder confidence
  • consolidate competitive advantage
  • meet legal and regulatory requirements
  • anticipate disruptive incidents and reduce the risk of disaster
  • have effective processes to guarantee business continuity
  • establish a reliable basis for decision-making in times of crisis
  • analyze and understand the main threats and areas of vulnerability
  • increase the likelihood of achieving objectives
  • increase the opportunities to be seized
  • reduce losses

None

Anyone involved in the business continuity management system:

  • director
  • business continuity project manager
  • consultant involved in business continuity
  • expert advisor
  • person responsible for maintaining compliance with BCMS requirements
  • members of the BCMS team
  • responsible for risks linked to business continuity
  • supply chain manager
  • ISO 22301 auditors
  • the partners
  • audit manager
  • quality manager
  • production director
  • design office manager
  • QSE manager
  • quality manager
  • metrology manager
  • security manager
  • maintenance manager
  • risk facilitator
  • quality technician
  • quality assistant
  • quality operator
  • student

 

21 hours online on average (according to knowledge and aptitudes, this duration can vary individually). One hour of online training is equivalent to at least 2 hours of training on the spot.

At the end of the module, you will be able to:

  • explain the fundamental concepts and principles of a business continuity management system (BCMS)
  • interpret the requirements of ISO 22301 for a BCMS
  • initiate and plan the implementation of a BCMS
  • support the maintenance and continual improvement of a BCMS
  • prepare the company for a third-party certification audit

Methods and tools

  • dedicated Internet site
  • specific online training module
  • Open and Distance Learning (ODL)
  • your training history:
    • the time you have passed on each clause and sub-clause of the module
    • the record of the score of all your trials of the MCTs (multiple-choice tests)
  • level test at beginning of the training
  • MCTs with comments, notes on a 20 point scale and recommendations
  • videos
  • true stories
  • good practices
  • bad practices
  • case studies
  • jokes
  • games
  • online tutorial :
    • a follow up of acquired material and the progress of each trainee
    • online or by e-mail within 24 hours
    • personalized answers to questions
    • advice and recommendations about documents, books and useful links
  • delivered certificate of attendance and mastery at the end of the training (example)

Access to the course is 60 days from the date of validation of your order. This period will be renewed for free upon a simple request within 6 months

What is the scope of business continuity?

Business continuity applies to any company wishing to calmly achieve its objectives even during a disruption

What standards can we use?

  • The ISO 22301 version 2019 standard - Security and resilience - Business continuity management system - Requirements
  • ISO 31000 version 2018 - Risk management - Guidelines
  • The ISO 27001 version 2022 standard - Information security, cybersecurity and privacy protection - Information security management systems

Why implement a management system based on ISO 22301?

ISO 22301 helps businesses prepare for disruptions and resume operations quickly in the event of a major incident. This can help minimize financial losses, reputational damage and impacts on customers and employees

How to implement ISO 22301?

The implementation of ISO 22301 follows a PDCA cycle (Plan, Do, Check, Act). This involves identifying risks, developing a business continuity plan, testing the plan and continually improving the BCMS.

How long does it take to obtain ISO 22301 certification?

The time required to obtain certification varies depending on the size and complexity of the business. In general, it takes between 6 months and a year.

What are the benefits of ISO 22301 certification?

  • Improved incident preparedness
  • Faster recovery of activities after a disruption
  • Reduced financial losses and reputational damage
  • Strengthening customer and partner trust
  • Competitive advantage in the market

Here is a MCT (Multiple-choice test) to evaluate, before beginning, the level of your knowledge for this course. (One or more correct answers are possible). You can start again as many times you wish.

None 1. ISO stands for:

None 2. The process is:

None 3. External issues that may affect the company's performance are, among others:

None 4. Leadership of top management should:

None 5. Planning the BCMS means taking into account:

None 6. Top management provides:

None 7. Planning and controlling processes means:

None 8. Business continuity plans allow you to:

None 9. The results of the inspection and analyses help to:

None 10. The treatment of nonconformities includes activities such as: