Considerations when developing the training and awareness BCM program
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These are the considerations when developing a training and awareness BCM program:
- Recognize that BCM education versus training and awareness are not similar.
- The approach for how you educate your organization is different trying to make them aware of BCM.
- Set Goals for Your BCM Program
- Be clear in what you want to achieve and accomplish in the training and awareness BCM campaigns, once it is clear, proceed to implement it.
- May need to link to the training roadmap to develop a holistic approach.
- Attending one course will not teach everything in BCM
- BCM is a holistic and massive subject, and there will not be a single class that can teach everyone everything.
- The challenge is also "How many classes can the organization be providing each year?"
- Look at Your Training and Awareness Campaigns as part of Program Management
- Identify all of the training and awareness BCM elements that make up your overall campaigns, and then track and measure progress.
- Engage Internal training and awareness BCM Experts
- There is a chance that your organization is not the only group in your organization that need to train people of something or market to an audience.
- There may be resources to tap are generally found within human resources or external BCM training providers.