Gifted Grades

We like to recognise those doing good work in the business continuity and resilience industry. That’s why we occasionally give honorary awards.

Honouring business continuity heroes

Certified members of AMBCI grade and above can nominate someone they think deserves recognition. Then our Nominations Committee reviews the suggestions, and awards the grades.

 

Celebrating incredible contributions to business continuity

There are two gifted grades and two awards. Check the criteria below and nominate someone you think deserves to be recognised.

Honorary Fellow of the Business Continuity Institute (Hon) FBCI

Hon FBCI awards recognise those who’ve made major contributions to business continuity. It recognises:

  • Outstanding contribution to the BCI as a member for more than ten years
  • Significant contribution to the business continuity industry for over 15 years

Honorary Member of the Business Continuity Institute (Hon) MBCI

This is for individuals who’ve made continual and notable contributions to business continuity and resilience. It recognises:

  • Outstanding contribution to the BCI as a member for more than seven years
  • Significant contribution to the business continuity industry for over ten years

Achievement Award of the Institute

The highest non-membership award we give to individuals. Before awarding one of these we look for:

  • A number of quality contributions to the business continuity industry
  • A significant contributor to the Business Continuity Institute
  • Long service to the institute or a relevant industry

Merit Award of the Institute

A non-membership award from the institute. A Merit Award recognises:

  • A number of quality contributions to the business continuity industry
  • A significant contributor to the Business Continuity Institute
  • Long service to the institute or relevant industry