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We publish weekly updates from the business continuity world, covering recent news items or reflecting on our travels and experiences with clients.

Charlie addresses topics from a Business Continuity perspective and you might be surprised how much of today’s news relates to BC! Providing valuable insight, Charlie raises critical questions which will surely encourage you to reconsider your Business Continuity plans.

Hints and Tips for Delivering Online Business Continuity Training and Exercises

Find out what tips Charlie has taken away from two years of training delegates online and remotely. It’s around the two year anniversary of the pandemic, therefore, this week I will be sharing some personal points I have learnt during this time. Having worked throughout the whole of the pandemic, I have had to adapt from always having

Induction Training: What it Should Include

This week, Charlie discusses why induction is a key place to set the tone for business continuity within your organisation. I have just stepped off an overnight flight from Johannesburg, where I spent the last two days teaching crisis management and business continuity as part of a work-based MSc. My brain is not really working, so I thought

Ten Years of Teaching the CBCI Certification Course – What Has Changed?

Charlie looks at how the CBCI Certification Course (GPG) has changed over the last ten years. Just before I start this week’s bulletin, our thoughts are with the people of New Zealand after the attack on the two mosques today. This week I have been teaching the CBCI Certification Course (GPG) in Glasgow and I found myself thinking about how

Business Continuity Learning – Where do you start?

Reflecting on the theme for this year’s BCI Education Month, ‘Discover Business Continuity & Resilience’, Charlie looks at how newcomers to the profession can learn from the experience of others and gain the knowledge to succeed in their role. Business continuity is not a profession you can learn out of a book. The BCI quite rightly describes it as an art and

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