SGS Organizes the First Course in Spain on Business Continuity
For the first time in Spain, SGS will impart a course on Business Continuity, that will take place between March 9th and 13th, in Madrid’s SGS Training Center.
When an unexpected interruption of an organization’s activities happens, there are always financial losses; though, the biggest impact usually is on the organization’s corporative image as well as producing a lack of confidence as results of a deficiently managed incident. On the contrary, a proper managed incident can increase the organization’s image.
Business Continuity Management (GCN) is a management process useful to identify the impacts of those potential incidents that threaten an organization, a framework to develop an efficient response and the recovery of the organization in order to protect their special interest groups, their image, their brand’s value and their activities.
Benefits of the course: Improvement of the organizational business management Incrementation of your customers’ credit and confidence towards your organization Incrimination of both internal and external reputation Proof of continuous improvement to the organization’s special interests groups Proof of advantage in relation to your competitors The course is aimed at: Business Continuity Consultants Processes, Structure, Risk Management, IT and IT Safety Managers and product managers Those willing to get trained on implementing and auditing business continuity management programmes After the course, attendants will opt for the following qualifications: Associate Member of the Business Continuity Institute Specialist Member of the Business Continuity Institute Member of the Business Continuity Institute Marketing and Communication.
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