C3:Time for Singapore to Develop More Resilient-abled Workforce

Launch of C3 Competency Building Campaign by BCM Institute, to develop Singapore workforce's capacity, building capability & competency to safeguard every organization's profitability, preparedness & resiliency to disasters.
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Aug. 6, 2010 - PRLog -- SINGAPORE, 6 AUGUST 2010 – The strong economic recovery in Singapore has called organizations to take a step further in building up one of its most critical and vital assets - human capital.  As such, the Business Continuity Management Institute has launched the C3 Competency Building Campaign, which is aimed at developing the Singapore workforce's capacity, building capability and ultimately, the competency to safeguard not only every organization's profitability, but its preparedness and resiliency to disasters as well.
The campaign offers an array of Business Continuity, IT Disaster Recovery and Crisis Management course modules, accessible to all, through a substantial rate reduction and attractive subsidy in line with the Singapore Government's need for organizational compliancy for business continuity and nevertheless leveraging on a more ICT-capable workforce. The 3-month long campaign consists of BCM international standards (such as British Standard BS25999 and Singapore Standard SS540) compliant courses of different levels, from foundation to management and to auditing. These courses will provide Small Medium Enterprises and Large Medium Corporations in both the private and public sectors to have a human resource team capable of developing on a BC plan implementation roadmap.
Moreover, for individuals seeking to enhance their career, the advance module training leads to a global professional certificate and qualification subject to examination and professional panel assessment. Funding support provided for Singaporeans/PRs and ACRA registered private organisations/companies adds as a bonus for skills upgrading. Organisations and individuals can also look forward to findings from the C3 survey that will be released to the media by end of the last quarter of 2010.
For more information on the Developing C3 Competency Building Campaign, please log on to http://www.bcm-institute.org/ or call (65) 6748 1528.

About BCM Institute
Established in 2005, the BCM Institute aims to promote awareness and share knowledge in the business continuity management and disaster recovery planning community by offering courses, examinations, certification, conferences and seminars worldwide. Headquartered in Singapore, our global presence pulsates in more than 10 countries in Asia, Europe and the Middle East, with members growing to more than 1,500 located in 36 countries. Some of our notable clients are Fortune 500 organizations.
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