From theory to practice: how to create the foundation for a strong, organizationally prioritized BC

  • 28 Sep 2022
  • , 3 PM (BST)

28th September 2022 at 3PM (BST) | 10AM (EDT) | 4PM (CEST) | 6PM (GST) | 7:30PM (IST)

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Those of us that were lucky enough to begin our career with recognised basic training (offered by BCI or others) had a theoretical understanding of the professional practices needed to run a successful BCP program. Life is a harsh mistress and the reality faced with our first implementations left us realising how different it could be in the real world. 
In this webinar, Philippe Tassé-Gagné, M. Env., MBCI, CBCP, a seasoned practitioner and approved BCI instructor, will guide you through a not-so-standard program implementation and illustrate how further training on program management can provide real-life material that will guide you to a successful BCM program. 

Presenter: Philippe Tassé-Gagné, M. Env., MBCI, CBCP

Vice President of Consulting Services and Talent Development at Premier Continuum, Philippe Tassé-Gagné, M. Env., MBCI, CBCP, has been assisting organizations globally with their business continuity planning and management, IT Disaster Recovery, emergency preparedness and crisis management projects for over 25 years. 
A seasoned professional, he has developed and implemented business continuity programs and projects as well as numerous effective crisis management structures, exercised and adapted to the context of different organizations. 
Philippe’s wide experience in a variety of environments such as critical infrastructure, utility providers, provincial and federal government departments, financial and insurance institutions, telecommunications providers and key players in the mining industry have given him a broad view of the issues and interrelationships that exist today. 
An excellent communicator and attentive listener, Philippe possesses strong analytical skills that allow him to quickly and efficiently identify the needs of his clients and colleagues, in order to find judicious and relevant solutions. 
Approved instructor of the Business Continuity Institute, his students appreciate the wealth of experience he shares when explaining the good practices.


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