County College of Morris (CCM) will be holding a free informational breakfast seminar on business continuity and its new certificate program to take advantage of this growing career opportunity.
The breakfast takes place Thursday, August 16, from 7:30 – 9:30 a.m. in the Learning Resource Center (LRC 115) on CCM’s Randolph campus, 214 Center Grove Road.
This seminar will be led by Disaster Recovery Institute (DRI) International Director Al Berman, who will explain why business continuity planning is becoming an increasingly critical and lucrative career path.
Training within the field of business continuity allows businesses and companies to stay up and running throughout interruptions such as power failures, IT system crashes, natural disasters, supply chain problems, and more. DRI International and CCM together are offering a new Business Continuity Planning Certificate program for those seeking professional certification and guidance in building business continuity plans for their organizations.
The certificate program starts September 25 and runs through November 27. The cost is $2,495.
The program is being offered in a hybrid format, which blends face-to-face teaching and online learning. Participants will be prepared to take the DRI International Qualifying Examination upon completion. After passing that exam, students then can apply for certification at a nominal fee. For more information on the DRI International Certification, go to www.DRII.org.
Those who want to attend the complimentary breakfast should register online at https://webadvisor.ccm.edu – course 58701.