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A-Z of Business Continuity Management 

A-Z of Business Continuity Management (2 days)

Course Outline:

The Needhams 1834 ‘A-Z of Business Continuity Management’ course, provides delegates with a grounding in all disciplines required to initiate and manage an ISO 22301 aligned Business Continuity programme.

Suitable for:

Business Continuity Managers and others who have responsibility for Business Continuity planning.

Location, Timings and Dates:

This two day course will be held at our offices in Central London from 9am – 5pm on dates to be confirmed. Please contact us for details.

Course Overview:

  • Introduction – including why Business Continuity is so important from reputational, financial and human aspects

  • The Business Continuity lifecycle

  • Initiation, Implementation and management of a Business Continuity programme

  • Risk Assessment and Business Impact Analysis

  • Determining Business Continuity Strategies

  • Plan structure and development

  • Identifying your organisation’s training needs

  • Planning and delivering effective Business Continuity exercises

  • The specific requirements for ISO 22301 at each stage

You will take away:

  • A course delegate slide pack

  • An understanding of how to initiate and manage your Businesses Continuity programme

  • Templates of key deliverables for Risk Assessment and Business Impact Analysis (BIA)

  • How to determine your BC strategy and recovery needs

  • An understanding of the structure of BC plans

  • How to deliver effective Business Continuity exercises

  • Guidance on how to achieve buy-in and awareness across your organisation


£800 (excl VAT) which includes lunch and refreshments.


“Thanks very much. I thought the course was absolutely brilliant – very clear and practical. Your responses to my (many) questions were really helpful.”


If you are interested in booking on this course please contact one of the team on
44 (0) 20 7353 9498 or email

Please get in touch to find out how we can help you

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