ISO 22301

QAR 2,000


ISO 22301 enables you to respond effectively and promptly based on the procedures that apply before, during and after the event. Implementing a Business Continuity plan within your organization means that you are prepared for the unexpected. Business Continuity Plan assures you that your organization will continue to operate without any major impacts and losses.

Course duration : 24 Hours | Required study hours: 20 to 30 hours.

Training Mode : Online live interactive – Instructor led training program |Personalized 1 to 1 Interactive Program

Frequency : Flexi pass to attend for the next 120 days in any of the schedule.

Includes : Mock Exams | Certificates | Exam Application Assistance

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    You are eligible for our Business Continuity Management training session if you belong from one of the following fields:
    Auditors seeking to perform and lead business continuity management system (BCMS) audits
    Managers or consultants seeking to master the business continuity management system audit process
    Individuals responsible to maintain conformity with the BCMS requirements in an organization

    Module-1 Introduction
        1.1 Introduction to Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) concepts as required by ISO 22301
        Module 2: Foundation
        2.1 Introduction to business continuity management system (BCMS) and ISO 22301
        2.2 Business continuity management system and certificate exam Examination
    Module 3 : Lead Implementer
    3.1 Introduction to ISO 22301 and initiation of a BCMS

        3.1.1 Training course objectives and structure
        3.1.2 Standards and regulatory frameworks
        3.1.3 Business continuity management system
        3.1.4 Fundamental business continuity principles and concepts
        3.1.5 Initiation of the BCMS implementation
        3.1.6 The organization and its context
        3.1.7 BCMS scope
    3.2 Implementation plan of a BCMS
        3.2.1 Leadership and commitment
        3.2.2 Business continuity policy
        3.2.3 Risks, opportunities, and business continuity objectives
        3.2.4 Support for the BCMS
        3.2.5 Business impact analysis
    3.3 Implementation of a BCMS
        3.3.1 Risk assessment
        3.3.2 Business continuity strategies and solutions
        3.3.3 Business continuity plans and procedures
        3.3.4 Incident response and emergency response
        3.3.5 Crisis management
    3.4 BCMS monitoring, continual improvement, and preparation for the certification audit
        3.4.1 Exercise programs
        3.4.2 Monitoring, measurement, analysis, and evaluation
        3.4.3 Internal audit
        3.4.4 Management review
        3.4.5 Treatment of nonconformities
        3.4.6 Continual improvement
        3.4.7 Preparing for the certification audit
        3.4.8 Certification process and closing of the training course
    Module 4: Lead Auditor
    4.1 Introduction to business continuity management system (BCMS) and ISO 22301
        4.1.1 Training course objectives and structure
        4.1.2 Standards and regulatory frameworks
        4.1.3 Certification process
        nbsp;4.1.4 Fundamental principles of business continuity
        nbsp;4.1.5 Business continuity management system (BCMS)
    4.2 Audit principles, preparation, and initiation of an audit
        4.2.1 Fundamental audit concepts and principles
        4.2.2 The impact of trends and technology in auditing
        4.2.3 Evidence-based auditing
        4.2.4 Risk-based auditing
        4.2.5 Audit feasibility
        4.2.6 Stage 1 audit
    4.3 On-site audit activities
        4.3.1 Preparing for stage 2 audit (on-site audit)
        4.3.2 Stage 2 audit
        4.3.3 Communication during the audit
        4.3.4 Audit procedures
        4.3.5 Creating audit test plans
    4.4 Closing of the audit
        4.4.1 Drafting audit findings and nonconformity reports
        4.4.2 Audit documentation and quality review
        4.4.3 Closing of the audit
        4.4.4 Evaluation of action plans by the auditor
        4.4.5 Beyond the initial audit
        4.4.6 Managing an internal audit program
        4.4.7 Closing of the training course
    Module 5: Transition
    5.1 Introduction to ISO 22301:2019
        5.1.1 Training course objectives and structure
        5.1.2 Management system standards
        5.1.3 ISO 22301 revision project
        5.1.4 Context of the organization
        5.1.5 Leadership
        5.1.6 Planning
    5.2 ISO 22301:2019 clause by clause and the certification exam
        5.2.1 Support
        5.2.2 Operation
        5.2.3 Performance evaluation
        5.2.4 Improvement
        5.2.5 Transition to the ISO 22301 certification and closing of the training course

    Trainer Profile :

    Dinesh R M , Program Coordinator & Chief Counsellor

    Chief Enterprise Architect & Portfolio Management at Team solutions LLC ,
    Experienced Portfolio , Program & Project Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the IT , airlines/aviation industry. Skilled in Enterprise Architecture, Digital Transformation , Digital Governance , IT Project Life cycle, Requirements Analysis, IT Governance, and Managed IT Services ITIL.

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    ISO 22301

    QAR 2,000