ContinuitySA is offering its popular five-day Complete Continuity Practitioner Programme on 21-25 October 2019 at its offices in Midrand. ContinuitySA has created the course to provide individuals with the skills to design and implement business continuity programmes that deliver true organisational resilience.
“Organisations of all types in the public and private sector face the challenge of an increasingly volatile business environment and escalating levels of threat. At the same time, though, the penalties for being unable to trade due to any form of disaster are high. Creating a resilient organisation, able to respond to, and recover from, disasters is thus critical,” says Cindy Bodenstein, Marketing Manager at ContinuitySA. “Business continuity and resilience are now firmly on the boardroom agenda, which is creating growing demand for a new cadre of business continuity practitioners with the skills and knowledge to take responsibility for business continuity in these tough times."
The course runs over five days at a cost of R 14 500 (excluding VAT). It offers attendees a good mix of theory and practice to ensure they can put what they have learned into practice.
“Business continuity management is a challenging and stimulating career path, and is thus becoming highly desirable. ContinuitySA, as a Gold Partner of the Business Continuity Institute is perfectly positioned to deliver credible training that will open up new opportunities,” she concludes.
Training will also be offered in Cape Town on 11-15 November 2019 and in KwaZulu Natal on 25-29 November 2019.Visit https://www.continuitysa.com/event/business-continuity-management-training-cape-town/ and https://www.continuitysa.com/event/business-continuity-management-training-kwa-zulu-natal/ for more information on the regional training courses.
For more details and to register, visit https://www.continuitysa.com/event/bcm-training-2019-10-21/.Credit(s)
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