Want to Become an MBCP? Take the First Step: Register for the Masters Case Study Review Today

OSSNHS Challenge CoinYou now have the opportunity to take your business continuity career to the ultimate level by becoming a Master Business Continuity Professional (MBCP) — the highest certification level you can earn with DRI.

The first step toward achieving MBCP certification is to complete the upcoming Masters Case Study Review, presented as a web-based training workshop to eligible MBCP candidates around the world December 14-15.

In this workshop-style course, you will be presented with a hypothetical company scenario, reviewing the business continuity management program, and applying principles to make you the best practitioner you can be. At the end of the workshop, you will be prepared to take the Masters Case Study Examination, an intensive, high-level case study that will rigorously critique and assess your understanding and knowledge of business continuity practices.

With the course completed and a passing grade on the Master Case Study Exam, you’ll only be a few short steps away from an MBCP and establishing yourself as a leader in the field.

Space is limited — reserve your place today!

Receive your MBCP certification by Feb. 1, 2016, and you will be invited to a special induction ceremony to the Order of the Sword and Shield National Honor Society (OSSNHS) at DRI2016, which will be held in the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta, GA, on March 9.

The OSSNHS recognizes academic and professional excellence in those who work in the protective security sector. All those who hold an MBCP certification from DRI International are automatically inducted and receive lifetime membership, placing them in some impressive company – other OSSNHS member organizations include Perdue University and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Some of the benefits of membership:

  • Public recognition as an outstanding professional in the discipline
  • Networking opportunities
  • Invitation to industry activities
  • Personalized letter of recommendation,
  • and much more.

For further information on the OSSNHS induction ceremony, contact Pascale Phelan at 866-542-3744 or at pphelan@drii.org.

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