Business Continuity Planning Course - online
The MGT 381 course will now be offered virtually through a Zoom delivery on September 2nd & 3rd - 8:30 am – 12:30 pm CDT each session.
Registration is required though the www.RuralTraining.org website as well as EventSmart.com.
September 2 & 3, 2020 –
This eight-hour planning and management-level course provides business continuity training to rural communities nationwide. In an effort to standardize terminology among private and public sector entities, it identifies commonalities between emergency management and business continuity planning (BCP). It outlines BCP within the framework of emergency management and the core capabilities of the National Preparedness Goal. Continuity is an important element of preparedness and an integral part of each core capability across the five mission areas of protection, prevention, mitigation, response, and recovery.
Audience: Retail, Transportation and Logistics, Communications, Public Works, Food Production, First Response, Volunteer Organizations, Local Governments
**You will need to provide a FEMA SID # to register. You can get a FEMA SID # at https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid**
Venue Information: You will receive specific training location information via e-mail when you have been approved to attend this course by the administrator. Please allow for up to 48 hours for this to occur.
To receive credit for training you must be present for the entire course.
To look at the entire calendar to see other available trainings, go to https://sdoem.eventsmart.com.