Overview of Certification and Non-certification Courses

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BCM Learning
15 April 2013, BCM-5000 ISO22301 BCMS Expert Implementer, Resort World Sentosa, Singapore
June 2013, BCM-330 ISO22301 BCMS ImplementerRoyal Hong Kong Yatch Club, Hong Kong
CM-5000 Crisis Management Expert Implementer, 15 April 2013, Resort World Sentosa, Singapore
Jul 2009, BCM-2050, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Nov 2008, BCM-5000, Sydney, Australia
Nokia, Jan 2008, BCM-2050, Helsinki, Finland
Jan 2009, BCM-300, Dubai, UAE
Shell, Jan 2008, BCM-5000, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Globe Telecoms, Mar 2008, BCM-300, Manila, Philippines
May 2009, In-house Training, AIG, Malaysia
Panasonic Jun 2009, BCM-354, Singapore

Our courses extend from introductory to specialized and expert levels. Whether you are new to BCM Audit, Business Continuity (BC), Crisis Management (CM), and Disaster Recovery (DR) planning or are a professional practitioner, our range of courses are designed to cater to any level of expertise. Review courses are also available for those preparing for certification. The 'lack of skill' and 'just-in-time' experience-based training offered in the public domain is what BCM Institute offers, and our curriculum structure provides a gradual progression in sync with the individuals' learning experience.

Additional Information for Course Participants

Payment Arrangement

In addition to the attendance of our courses, these are the policies that you will need to be aware of: