Business Continuity Chapter (BCC)
Business Continuity is increasingly becoming an essential component of business strategy. Join the Business Continuity Chapter (BCC) and learn more about the professional practices of business continuity (BC) and Disaster Recovery (DR) in Singapore and the region.
Beyond sharing and exchanging ideas, the BCC is recognised on a national level with its members providing feedback to the formalisation of Singapore national standards such as SS507 Singapore Standard for IT Disaster Recovery Services, and SS540 Singapore Standard for Business Continuity Management. In fact, this Chapter was responsible for creating awareness for Business Continuity within big organisations in Singapore such as the Singapore Police Force, Singapore Stock Exchange, and Polytechnics.
If you have an interest in BC and DR, we invite you to join the chapter where you will be able to share and exchange BC issues and knowledge with fellow professionals.
The CITBCM is the world's first certification in IT Business Continuity Management. Straddling across the IT and business industry, the CITBCM programme integrates the following THREE important components which are critical in equipping IT professionals with the knowledge and skills in ensuring business continuity through the resilience of IT systems and its infrastructure:
- IT Disaster Recovery (ITDR)
- Data Centre Management (DCM)
- Business Continuity Management (BCM)
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Find out more about the CITBCM programme HERE.
The CITBCM Preparatory Course and Examination are held twice a year in May and November. The course conducted by senior industry experts enhances the practitioners' skills and provides an update on the best practices and latest industry trends while preparing the candidates for the examination.
Be equipped and register for the 4-Day CITBCM Preparatory Course and Certification via SCS accredited training providers or contact the Certification Secretariat, at 6226 2567 ext 14 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Preview Sessions will be held every March and August every year. Details on the schedules can be found at Events Highlights of the SCS website.