The BCI Supply Chain Continuity Management Course

The Business Continuity Institute

US Chapter

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1 day
Classroom-based, instructor-led

The course is designed for those business continuity professionals who are looking specifically to further develop their skills in supply chain business continuity. This course will also benefit those professionals who are responsible for purchasing, supply chain management, contract management and procurement.

This course builds on the results of the BCI’s annual Supply Chain Resilience Survey to ensure that its content remains up-to-date and relevant and that it continues to address the supply chain issues that are applicable to organizations based on current trends and developments.

What does this course cover? 

This course aims to give individuals an understanding of supply chain risks, including the identification of risks in the supply chain as well as how to identify key suppliers. It offers up different strategies and approaches to mitigate risks in the supply chain, including the integration of business continuity into supply chain risk management in order to achieve supply chain resilience.

Individuals will be set the task of undertaking a Supply Chain Mapping exercise for one of their suppliers with a view to identifying risks as well as gaining some practical insights on how to identify key suppliers in their supply chains.
Using a combination of presentations, case studies and discussions, individuals will develop a practical understanding of the key concepts pertaining to supply chain continuity management.