Part of a global defence, security and aerospace company with over 100,000 employees.
An effective business continuity management process had been developed and internal roles had been defined to ensure the analysis, planning and testing activity was maintained.
Training modules were developed consisting of a number of 2 hour, ½ day and 1 day courses covering the following:
- Introduction to BCM
- Business impact analysis
- Business continuity planning
- Business recovery planning
- Exercise & testing facilitation
- Business continuity team training
Each training course was designed to give participants the skills required to carry out their role. To achieve this, the courses are fully interactive, thus allowing attendees to gain hands on experience in a dynamic environment.
Teed consultants worked closely with our client to ensure that each course was tailored to meet the specific requirements and methods of their business, whilst ensuring BCM best practice was adhered to.
BCM knowledge and practical experience now had to be improved upon to ensure that the hundreds of nominated staff and management had ability to perform their responsibilities.
Hundreds of staff and management have already attended the courses run by Teed consultants. A comprehensive programme of activity is scheduled going forward that will ensure that ultimately all individuals with a role to play either pre or post incident will have attended the appropriate course modules. Once complete, our client should have confidence that BCM has been fully embedded within the organisation’s culture.
Testimonials from delegates attending BCM courses:
“Excellent course, the facilitators brought the subject to life using real examples”
“Enjoyable & informative, I had zero knowledge”
“A useful course, just the right length and content for an introduction”
“Good pace & good interesting injection of training activities kept the day flowing. A good day with lots of useful tips/hints & working examples”
“After this course I feel comfortable with my role as BCM local coordinator. I feel comfortable with the roles defined in the BCP and after this I’d know how to act in a real life situation”