Having an updated Program and Crisis Management plan is essential in this day and age especially in being ready to face crisis and unrest like the one facing Bangkok today.
This seminar will provide the participants with the tools on how they could update their Program Management plan and keep it current. A case study will be shared by Mr Bhakorn Vanuptikul on how Program Management is conducted within an organisation and Dr Goh Moh Heng will provide participants with an overview of the key issues to look out for in implementing a Program Management plan.
The seminar would also give insights to:
Update and maintain the plan effectively to reflect current conditions
Review and audit the readiness and completeness of the plan.
Ensure that all staff members, who are involved in the recovery process, understand the recovery plan.
Develop and implement advanced level BC and DR tests and exercises.
Have an in-depth understanding of Program and Crisis Management
Receive a walk-through of the implementation of a Program Management through a case study
Learn to assess the readiness and completeness of the plan
Learn to effectively implement the plan so that every staff understands its importance
Learn how to establish a solid BCM culture
Registrations for seminar
First-come-first-serve basis, subject to confirmation from BCM Institute.
BCM Institute reserves the right to accept or not to accept registrations.
Note: The response to our MTE sessions are usually overwhelming; thus, we are sending early invitations for this session.
Seats will be restricted to two participants per organization; subsequent registrations will be place on the waiting list.
This Meet-the-Experts complimentary session is a professional sharing platform brought to you by BCM Institute Thailand.
Special Crisis Management Masterclass, 15 - 16 July 2010
"Very useful practical tips from experience" - Mr Surakiat Wongwasin, Executive Vice Presidnt, TMB Bank PLC (Thailand)
"The course is appropriate for my role as Facilities Manager, overseeing the security, safety and crisis management" - Ivan Koh, Facility Manager, Singapore Management University (SMU), Singapore
Meet-The-Experts is followed by a 2 day special Masterclass "Crisis Management & Crisis Simulation", this is 2-Day course focus on the understanding of crisis management and participants will be expected to be involved in a simulation exercise on the following day.
BCM-2061: Crisis Management is the first 1-Day course for professional who are responsible for crisis management. Participants will be expected to learn:
Concepts on crisis management and communications
Planning methodology to implement crisis management project
Develop structure for crisis management team
Be aware of the content of a crisis management plan
Understand the design, command and control within the command centre
Course Benefit Participant will have a good knowledge on the implementation of crisis management, team structure, setting up of the command centre and an overview on how a crisis can be managed.
BCM-2050: Crisis Simulation is a one day course for participants to assist their organizations and agencies to move into a mature stage of BCM by looking into disaster scenario planning. Some will use this to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of their BC plans and BCM programme. Others may use this as a tool to help develop specific BC and emergency response plans. This practical course will take participants through the disaster life cycle with the use of a case study. The scenario for these exercises can be tailored from a typical threat of bombing or fire incidents to a H1N1 Influenza A Pandemic outbreak. Participants will emerge with a list of practical tips to conduct their own simulation exercises; including:
Understanding of a "real life" worst-case key disaster scenario
Track incident events and prioritize decisions and activities
Manage crisis communications for command and control
Improving coordination between the crisis management, emergency response, support and recovery teams
Progress reporting to the crisis management team
Conducting the debrief
Course Benefits Participants will walk through the exercise; learning how to conduct the disaster simulation, and assess crisis communications and management during the "disaster".
Masterclass A - (BCM 2061 and 2050)
For further queries, please contact
Khun Choochai Mongkolkitikul, Country Manager of BCM Institute Thailand Email:
Tel: (66) 2 965 8551