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Supporting continual improvement and professional development, Corpress LLP has launched a series of new UK-based training workshops. Kicking off in December this year, the workshops aim to give breadth and depth to the business continuity practitioner’s knowledge and skills.

David Evans, Corpress Partner, stated: “We talk to a great number of business continuity professionals who are keen to build skills and knowledge in subjects that support a more resilient business continuity approach: we’ve taken on board these comments and created three workshops that explore aspects of risk, speed of response and effective communications to support the business continuity community as it strives to continually improve in challenging times”.

Delivered in an interactive workshop style, the sessions look beyond the core elements of the business continuity plan and provide an opportunity to gain greater knowledge in areas that can substantially improve the overall effectiveness of the business continuity planning, response and recovery processes.

The first run of workshops will take place in early to mid-December and will be delivered by David, himself a continuity and crisis specialist with over 25 years of planning and response experience. The new courses are:

  • Risk for Business Continuity Professionals: learn to apply the language and techniques of risk management to improve your BCMS;
  • From incident to Continuity: Planning a faster response;
  • Continuity and Crisis Communications:  Improve the management of information and explore effective crisis communications.

An early booking offer is currently available for delegates who sign up before 15th November giving 20 percent discount off the standard price and additional discounts are available for multiple delegate or combined workshop bookings.

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