This course is designed to provide an operational basis for all facets of recovery planning through information delivery and practical exercises. As a result of this course, students will be able to conduct risk analysis, business impact analysis, recovery strategy analysis and develop viable emergency response plans and recovery plans through the information obtained as a result of these assessments. Impart an ability to conduct Business Impact Analysis so that executive management will have a prioritized list of all functions performed, a determination of when the loss of a given function becomes unacceptable to the organization, and the resources necessary to enable the recovery of each function.
Provide students with insights into conducting Recovery Strategy Analysis, understanding the different strategies that are currently available and their applicability based on their strengths and weaknesses. This course will expose the students to emergency response techniques from the development of checklists to crafting concise communications releases. Upon completion of the study of recovery planning foundations, this course will give the students a thorough knowledge of how to develop viable, easy-to-use recovery plans that address all hazards and all contingencies. Finally, this course is designed to provide the elements of an ongoing viable recovery capability through training and exercising programs that meet the needs of all audiences for all organizations.
- Risk Analysis
- Business Impact Analysis
- Recovery Strategy Analysis
- Emergency Response Planning
- Plan Development
- Training Programs
- Plan Exercise
Course includes the following takeaway items: a printed training book and a CD that includes reference materials pertaining to the course.
Every student participating in this course will receive a Certificate for successful participation in the course, which will allow you to claim hours of Continuous Professional Experience for your existing certifications.