Business Continuity Management

Classroom

Business

Duration: 2 Days    CPD: 14 Hours      

Business continuity and disaster recovery planning has become a popular topic due to increased information system interdependency within data centers. This course looks at the methods and best practices to guide organizations through planning, implementation, and maintenance lifecycle phases.

Course Description

 

Business continuity and disaster recovery planning has become a popular topic due to increased information system interdependency within data centers. Organizations cannot afford downtime. Methods have emerged to guide organizations through planning, implementation, and maintenance lifecycle phases.

Execution is addressed from a theoretical point of view, but how does execution play out in real life, high impact situations? This course is suitable for any staff requiring a detailed understanding of a Data Center’s requirements when it comes to Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery.

Who should attend?

 

  • Facility engineers and technicians looking to deepen their understanding of the mission critical environment.
     

  • Architecture, engineering and construction professionals up-skilling or transitioning to data center projects.
     

  • Sales and marketing staff from technology vendors and other business professionals looking to build a holistic view of the modern data center.

Instructor

Feedback

We were commissioned by DCPRO to completely redesign a specialist level cooling course that will provide students with an in-depth learning experience anywhere in the world. To achieve this we have consolidated our many years of experience working directly with critical environment teams to improve the efficiency of their cooling infrastructure into a three day course. Not easy but I think we did it.

Prof. Robert Tozer

Managing Partner 

Operational Intelligence Ltd. 

This course has met the required standards of the organisations listed above and is approved, accredited, validated or endorsed by them. More details of our relationship with each and the process for gaining credit equivalencies is available upon request.

Day 1 | Business Continuity 

  • Business Continuity and Data Centers

  • History of Business Continuity 

  • The Need for Business Continuity Management

  • Best Practices

  • Understanding the organization

  • Risk Assessment

  • Strategy

Day 2 | Incidents and Recovery

  • Business Continuity and Data Centers

  • History of Business Continuity 

  • The Need for Business Continuity Management

  • Best Practices

  • Understanding the organization

  • Risk Assessment

  • Strategy

Learning Objectives

  • Develop good practices to support the resilience of the organization in a real, mission critical environment.

  • Discuss the risk assessment, its significance in the context of business continuity and its

  • concrete relationship with the location, design and operation of the data center.

  • Understand the impact analysis on the business and its role in business continuity.

  • Define a strategy in the context of business continuity, and how the solutions are more than just plans.

  • Explain how to react to incidents - exactly what happens the role of human behaviour and the importance of leadership.

  • Distinguish what a business continuity plan can and cannot do.

  • Explain the Difference Between Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

  • Identify Business Continuity Standards and Factors Affecting Business Continuity Adoption

Course Calendar & Costs

 

Below are public classroom dates for Business Continuity Management (BCM). Prices are shown in local currency however will display in USD on next screen. You will be given a choice of currency to pay in at point of transaction or when requesting pro forma invoice. 

 

Exam & Certificate

 

Students must complete a supervised open-book online examination on the final afternoon of the course (1 hour). A score of >70% will constitute a pass mark - course work activities will also be taken into consideration by the Instructor.

A certificate of completion will be available for students to download from their online account page that reflects the 21 CPDs they have earned. This can be used against annual professional development hour requirements of numerous professional bodies.

This course is part of the Data Center Specialist credential which allows use of the post-nominal title DCS®

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