BCI Business Impact Analysis
The Business Impact Analysis (BIA) course – part of the Analysis stage of the BCM Lifecycle.
This 2-days course provides an in-depth look into the Analysis stage of the Business Continuity Management (BCM) Lifecycle. It provides the business continuity and resilience professional with the opportunity to gain a deeper knowledge and understanding of this key skill area.
The course is broken down into modules, exploring the concept of Business Impact Analysis as well as the practical application using a number of different case studies. Students have the option of using their own organization as a case study.
This course is based on the Business Continuity Institute’s Good Practice Guidelines and reflects the current global thinking from ISO 22301, ISO 22313 and ISO /TS 22317.
For more information, please visit BCI.
Our Training Courses
- Business continuity and resilience professionals who require in-depth knowledge and an understanding of how to carry out a BIA at all levels of an organization.
- It is recommended that students have a minimum of a CBCI or equivalent credential with experience working in an organization in a continuity and resilience related role.
- This BCI training course is delivered as a one or a two-day course, classroom based, in an interactive environment to ensure maximum benefits to participants, under responsibility of Abilene Advisors, as Training Partner under BCI License.
- The course covers all aspects of the BIA process, and provides the students with an additional opportunity to use their own organization as a case study in the practical exercises.
The objectives of this training course are to provide students with the ability to:
- Understand the Business Impact Analysis (BIA) process;
- Understand how to structure the BIA process;
- Apply the methods available to conduct a BIA;
- Utilize the information from the BIA to design the most appropriate business continuity recovery strategies.
All students will receive an official certificate of attendance directly from the BCI.