Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery workshop

Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery workshop

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This course will provide a clear understanding of what is required to ensure your business and organisation is prepared and ready to manage a major incident or disaster that could adversely impact your day to day operations. The workshop is aligned to best practice frameworks to ensure your response and ongoing recovery efforts are successful.

Course Overview

Business Continuity Planning or BCP as it is often referred to as the corner stone of recovery, often over looked and not given the attention required. Implementing good BCP practices and aligning these with Disaster Recovery or DR principles will ensure your organisation’s recoverability will increase. This workshop will provide an overarching insight at how good BCP and DR planning with IT Service Continuity Management will provide an all-encompassing recovery tool box so that your business or organisation is fully prepared for the unexpected.

Course Content includes:

  • Understanding Business Continuity Planning (BCP) vs Disaster Recovery (DR); vs IT Service Continuity Management (ITSCM)
  • Understanding the business value of BCP, DR and ITSCM
  • How to implement BCP, DR and ITSCM effectively
  • Guidance on handling common recoverability risks and challenges
  • Recognising Continuity critical success factors

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand what BCP, DR and ITSCM is
  • Realise the financial and operational benefits of BCP, DR and ITSCM
  • Develop an effective BCP Framework
  • Evaluate your existing BCP and management maturity level
  • Identify your Disaster Recovery Planning gaps
  • Implement an effective process to ensure your business IT services is available when major incidents and disasters occur.
  • Manage your IT portfolio of Disaster Recovery Planning and Testing

Who Should Attend

  • Business Continuity Managers
  • Disaster Recovery Managers
  • IT Service Continuity Managers and Process Owners
  • Risk Managers
  • Service Design leads with responsibility for ensuring that service continuity needs are accommodated in solution designs
  • IT team leads and staff with key continuity management responsibilities
  • Any individual who needs a greater understanding of how an organisation can make use of BCP, DR and IT Service Continuity Management to enhance the quality of IT services.


There are no pre-requisites for this workshop. 

Exam & Certification

There is no official examination for this workshop. Candidates will receive a digital badge upon completion. 

Course Materials & Inclusions

Material for this course will be provided e-materials only, candidates can choose to print these if they would like. These materials are made available to students prior to attending the course and for 30 days following the course.

Our virtual instructor-led classes include a $25 lunch voucher for each day (valued at $50), this means you can get your lunch organised whether you do it from home or the office. The voucher is provided via email on the first morning of the course. 

A digital badge you can share with your network of your course achievement will be provided via email upon completion of your course.

SFIA Skills & Industry Accreditation 

This workshop enables participants to develop their knowledge and proficiency in the following Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA®) professional skills:

  • BURM: Risk Management
  • COPL: Continuity Management

This list gives the core SFIA skills covered by the course. Elements relevant to other SFIA skills may also be included to a lesser depth. Proficiency in a SFIA skill is measured by performance assessment and is achieved through actual substantial use of that skill in a real-world situation over some time. In course assignments and exercises undertaken through a course can demonstrate elements of the relevant skills which can then be further developed back in the workplace.  Acquiring new skills and building on existing skills, ideally occurs within the context of an agreed development plan for each person that ensures that their personal circumstances, strengths and development needs are met.

An amazing instructor who explained the content very clearly and at a very good pace. This was a good balance and approach to learning in a three day intensive period. I found the worked examples very practical and very relatable to the Defence industry sector I work in.

Mary W.

Satisfied Customer