Training

Training – Organizational Resilience

OR 8 – Policy and Program Management

Course Overview

Establishing and managing a resilience program is not the same as writing a business continuity plan. The latter is an important outcome of a well-run program; while the attributes associated with policy and program management typically include: setting policy, defining governance measures, determining scope, setting principles, guidelines and minimum standards for achieving a desired level of organizational resilience.

This course takes delegates on a journey of discovery, explaining how to set up and run a successful management system which aligns with national and international standards and guidelines. It offers delegates the chance to learn how to set up and implement a resilience program; and learn techniques for solving perhaps the biggest riddle in business continuity – the maximum extent of damage, loss or disruption an organization can survive.

Course delegates – especially those tasked with responsibility for program management – will learn how to identify key aspects required of successful policy and program development while learning how to manage, review and keep it dynamic as the organization changes.

Who Should Attend

BC Managers / Champions, Risk Managers / Champions Department Managers, HSE Professionals, Technical Safety Specialists, Crisis Managers

Learning Outcomes

  • Ability to identify and develop the key aspects of a successful policy;
  • Knowledge of how to implement a Policy;
  • Ability of how to use the Policy to create, implement and manage the program;
  • Use the program to develop organizational resilience.

Delegates

12 to 24

Format

Face-to-face, classroom based with group discussions and team exercises

Pre-Requisite

None

Duration

1 Day