Our role

The Business Continuity Institute

US Chapter

US Chapter

What are BCI Chapters?

BCI Chapters have been established in countries or regions where there is a large community of BCI members. The Chapters have locally elected officers who represent the BCI in their region. 

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Just launched – an international jobs board which will pull in continuity and resilience vacancies from around the world. Certified BCI members seeking a new role will have the opportunity to post their CVs/résumés with unique identifying logos so that recruiters can identify them easily as professional practitioners. BCI members seeking to recruit new member of staff will save substantially on the cost of posting advertisements as well as accessing other recruitment tools. >> Go there

Working closely with the BCI Central Office, it is our task:

  • To represent the needs and professional requirements of BC professionals working in Southern Africa
  • To be recognised as the premier influential organization for all aspects of Business Continuity in Southern Africa
  • To help shape and influence the future direction and development of BC in Southern Africa, including all BC related standards, legal, statutory and regulatory
  • To develop local, strategic partnership relationships with other BC related organizations
  • To ensure the continued global growth and influence of the BC discipline across different industries and sectors
  • To increase the benefits of BCI Membership, including exclusive access to personal development, training and education opportunities as well as member discounts from partner organizations
  • To encourage new members into the Institute and to grow the BCI SADC Membership
  • To encourage new blood into the BC industry and to promote BC as a career choice
  • To promote the highest standards of professional and technical competency in BC in Southern Africa
  • To expand the knowledge base and thought leadership opportunities for BC professionals working and living in Southern Africa
  • To encourage the continued professional development of BC professionals working and living in Southern Africa through the provision of professional support and development activities
  • To facilitate and promote regional networking opportunities to enable BC professionals working in Southern Africa to come together to share good BC practice, exchange ideas and build valuable relationships.