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This week’s activities have provided the basis for more detailed studies where we will:

  • Use a range of modern and historical case studies to illustrate the changing nature and evolving practices within diverse global Business Continuity Management (BCM) and Crisis Management (CM) settings
  • Introduce a wealth of core academic and industrial research findings to contextualise and chart the development of BCM and CM
  • Explain in greater detail the internationalisation of BCM and CM through codified principles, practices and terminologies, via the use of standards and good practice guides.
  • Appreciate the comprehensive requirements for designing, measuring and validating demonstrable capabilities in BCM and CM
  • Explore the future direction of BCM and CM, including known trends, solutions and emergent risks likely to define tomorrow’s practice

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This is the introductory two-week course of the Business Continuity and Crisis Management program, which forms part of the online MSc Emergency Management and Resilience degree offered by Coventry University.

It is a fully online postgraduate course aimed at humanitarian emergency and crisis management professionals who want to expand their knowledge and acquire an internationally recognised qualification.

If you would like to continue your learning then it is easy to register your interest or apply. We look forward to seeing you on future courses.

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Business Continuity Management and Crisis Management: An Introduction

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