Download This Free BCP Audit Whitepaper!

“The only way to determine whether your preparedness program meets the needs of your company is an audit.”  So says DonSchmidt, an industry expert and DRI instructor, whose article (click here to read it) will make you go from worrying about an audit to wanting to conduct one…or more!

But don’t just read Don’s article. Attend his class! Don will be teaching DRI’s ANSI-accredited Business Continuity Planning for Auditors course March 17-20 in Baltimore, MD.

Why do you need to audit your program?  Perhaps, customers are asking for proof that you can deliver no matter what? Maybe you need to know if your program is compliant with regulatory requirements? Maybe you’re preparing for an outside audit? Or, is it that you need to be sure that your program can and will work when put to the test?

Clearly, audit is important. But it’s also complex, and it’s a skill that must be learned and applied in very specific ways. Our ANSI-accredited Business Continuity for Auditors course teaches students how to audit a program in a hands-on, content-rich format that is both engaging and empowering! And successfully completing the course is the first step in becoming a DRI Certified Business Continuity Auditor (CBCA) or Lead Auditor (CBCLA).

DRI audit training covers relevant standards, laws and regulations, the process of risk assessment, vulnerability analysis, loss prevention, risk mitigation, as well as the development, implementation, testing and maintenance of emergency management and business continuity plans and procedures. Course materials reflect existing legal and regulatory requirements, as well as various standards.

To find out more about our audit courses, call (866) 542-3744 or email us at driinfo@drii.org.

 

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