Business Continuity Management e-Learning
The Emergency Planning Department, working with Hampshire Learning Centre have developed a 15 minute e-learning course to introduce you to the subject of Business Continuity.
What will the Business Continuity Management e-Learning cover?
Business Continuity Management (BCM) is an activity concerned with developing our organisations ability to continue to provide our critical services in the event of internal or external disruption. The Business Continuity Management e-learning package aims to provide an interactive introduction to the Business Continuity Management process. We want BCM to become one of Hampshire County Councils core values and the first step in this process is raising awareness amonst our staff. If you wish to find out more about business continuity planning or how you might become more directly involved, please contact the Business Continuity Officer.
By the end of this e-learning you should understand:
why Business Continuity Management (BCM) is important
what Business Continuity Management is
the definition of Business Continuity Management
Hampshire County Council's Business Continuity Management policy and where you can find it
the Business Continuity industry lifecycle
the key outcomes of the Business Continuity Management programme
How to use the e-learning:
Once you have begun the e-learning please use the icons below to navigate your way through the e-learning
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About this e-Learning
Visits and progression through the course are tracked so that training via e-learning can be measured for effectiveness and provide a log as part of individual performance development
This e-Learning is aimed at all members of Hampshire County Council Staff. In the event of an emergency, we would all be affected - so we should all be aware of how we should react, and what would happen.
This e-Learning will take approximately 15 minutes to complete.
If you are a member of Hampshire County Council's staff and are logged into Hantsnet, you will be able to view this e-learning, if you are not a member of Hampshire County Council staff, or are not logged into Hantsnet, you will not be able to view this e-learning.
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(Current Version: 1.3)
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If you are unable to view the interactive course, the content of this course can be found in this accompanying workbook. To download this e-Learning in workbook format, click here. 125kb
If you have any queries or questions, or would like to talk to someone about tailoring this e-learning for your own organisation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org