Pre Conference BCM Training
Already have at least one certification? Each hour of instruction is worth 1 Continuing Education Activity Point (CEAP), which certified business continuity professionals can use to maintain their certification. Courses range from 16 to 32 hours of instruction.
304 E Cesar Chavez Street
Austin, TX 78701
Phone: (512) 457-1111
Thursday, February 23, 2023 – Sunday, February 26, 2023
BCLE 2000: Business Continuity
BCLE 2000 Pre-conference
An in-depth course using real-world examples and hands-on workshop exercises, this is the course for those entering the business continuity field who want to develop a robust program that will protect your organization. During your time with an experienced instructor, you will work through the major elements of business continuity planning including evaluating risks, gaining executive buy-in, communicating in a crisis, conducting program audits, and more. This course is designed to give students all the tools they need to pass the Qualifying Examination and continue on the path toward becoming a DRI Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP), Associate Business Continuity Professional (ABCP), Certified Functional Continuity Professional (CFCP), or Certified Business Continuity Vendor (CBCV).
BCLE AUD (ISO 22301): Auditing a Business Continuity Program: ISO 22301
BCLE AUD (ISO 22301) Pre-conference
Add a skill set with our case study-based audit course.
BCMS Auditor/Lead Auditor (ISO22301) provides the training, tools, and hands-on experience needed to audit business continuity, disaster, and emergency management programs.
Featuring a case-study-based, hands-on format, you will learn by doing in this unique and highly effective course. Whether you’re a business continuity professional, an internal or external auditor, or a consultant who assesses continuity and emergency management programs for clients, DRI’s audit course provides the training, tools, and hands-on experience needed to audit business continuity, disaster, and emergency management programs.
Using multiple methods of instruction, DRI’s Auditor course for standard ISO 22301 gives students the training, tools, and hands-on experience needed to master auditing of emergency management and business continuity plans. Group exercises will help you develop your skills as you audit a hypothetical company’s program using the standard, audit guide, and presentation content in the course. You’ll also learn how to develop your audit opinion, develop your report, and present your findings to management.
In addition to the body of knowledge defined by ISO22301, this course also includes two modules on auditing. The first module identifies auditing standards and guidance in addition to defining the phases of engagement, engagement planning, performance of the audit, and communicating results. The second module covers reporting findings and recommendations.
The course materials include a comprehensive audit guide for you to take back to your workplace and use when preparing for and conducting an audit and when reporting audit findings. The audit guide identifies who should be interviewed, documents that should be reviewed, as well as surveys that should be conducted to gather evidence of conformity to the standard. Audit questions are designed to guide the you in determining whether the information you gathered conforms to the standard.
CRLE 2000: Cyber Resilience
CRLE 2000 Pre-conference
Organizations today are confronted by a wide range of cyberattacks, and your organization is no exception. There are countless opportunities for hackers to cause massive disruptions, all of which will require a response that will involve you. That’s why this course is an absolute must. More than just another statement of the problem, Cyber Resilience for the Business Continuity Professional is an information-packed four-day experience that will provide an understanding of how to address cyber disruptions within a business continuity framework.
You’ll discover how business continuity and cybersecurity must integrate within every organization, using the five elements of cyber resilience: prepare/identify, protect, detect, respond, and recover. Collectively, these concepts and the resulting action plans will help to develop a strategy to effectively respond to unforeseen events and get your organization back up and running as quickly as possible. These two traditionally separate functions must work together, and with this course, you’ll be able to take steps to make that happen in your organization. Doing so will streamline well-coordinated identification and response to attacks or data breaches, minimize costs, protect the organization’s reputation, and give you the professional advantage of bringing the most current information and skills to the table.
Saturday, February 25, 2023 – Sunday, February 26, 2023
BCP 601: Mastering Business Continuity
If you want to establish yourself as a key player in business continuity, it’s time to take your career to the ultimate level and become a Master Business Continuity Professional (MBCP). The highest level of certification you can earn with DRI, MBCPs are distinguished among their peers and sought after by employers. Earning an MBCP also earns you a coveted distinction membership in the Order of the Sword and Shield National Honor Society, the only academic and professional honor society dedicated solely to the security learning community.
How do you earn your MBCP? The first step is taking and passing this course, which is aligned with the DRI Professional Practices for Business Continuity Management the most utilized and time tested standard in the field. Much of the course content is new, as are the course materials and the exam.
Challenging and highly interactive, the course employs a workshop format to present you with a hypothetical company scenario and walk you through an analytical review of its business continuity management program. You won’t just be learning principles of business continuity, you’ll be called upon to apply them critically and accurately. At the conclusion of the course, you will take the Master’s Case Study Examination, an intensive, detailed case study analysis that will rigorously critique and assess your understanding and knowledge of business continuity practices. The goal: to help establish you as a leader in your field.
BCP IT/DR: IT Disaster Recovery Planning
BCP IT/DR Pre-conference
Never before has our reliance on automation been greater. And never before have we seen so many threats that could compromise systems and data. With DRI’s IT Disaster Recovery Planning course, you will learn about your responsibilities, the benefits and drawbacks of the tools and processes available to you, and how your organization can increase its preparedness. You’ll come away with the skills you need to create an IT/DR project plan and gain management approval for it. If you work in business continuity, IT, security, or a related field, and have an interest in your responsibilities when it comes to IT/DR, this interactive course is for you. If it’s been a while since you were last certified, this is the perfect opportunity for you to get on top of the latest developments in IT/DR. The knowledge you gain will put you at the head of the pack professionally, and make you a valuable asset to your organization.