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“Chance favours the prepared mind.” – Louis Pasteur French chemist & microbiologist (1822 – 1895) Naturally, disruptions of any sort could have incredibly damaging repercussions to the company, not only in terms of tangible financial losses, but also intangible hits to the company’s reputation and the clients’ confidence in the company. It is therefore a critical business imperative that a working plan be put in place to ensure that in the event of an unplanned disruption, operations are restored as quickly and effectively as possible. As a result the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is putting effort to promote the professional practice of BCM.

Our Courses

Business Continuity

An in-depth course using real-world examples and hands-on workshop exercises, Business Continuity (BCLE 2000) is the course for you if you are entering the business continuity field and want to develop a robust program that will protect your organization.

Business Continuity Review

An unbelievable amount of information is packed into this newly updated, fast-paced course built for experienced business continuity professionals. If you’re in a hurry to take your career to the next level, Business Continuity Review (BCP 501) is for you.

Business Continuity Planning for Auditors

DRI International’s Audit courses are the clear choice for discerning professionals. Different versions of the course are offered, each based on a specific standard.

Risk Management for the Business Continuity Professional

Risk Management is a top priority in all sectors, from supply chain to cyber security. As a professional in this field, you have to be at the top of your game, to truly identify the threats your organization faces and how to protect against them.

IT/DR Workshop

Never before has our reliance on automation been greater. And never before have we seen so many threats that could compromise systems and data. With DRI’s IT/DR Planning course, you will learn about your responsibilities, the benefits and drawbacks of the tools and processes available to you, and how your organization can increase its preparedness.