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To earn the Certified Business Continuity
Professional (CBCP) designation,
you must pass a multiple choices exam administered by DRII affiliates or by
Prometrics. There is only ONE EXAM; your score on the same exam determines your
eligibility for certification at a variety of levels – DRII offers FOUR certs
The DRII exam maintains a very high
standard for the following reasons:
establish their standards on an ISO9000 certification level;
ensure that people who pass the exam do have strong practice knowledge,
interest and expertise;
ensure that the credibility for the profession is maintained.
Information and terminology from the 10
Subject Areas of the Professional Practices standard serve as basis for the
DRII exam. This exam (which has a new version released in mid-Feb) has a lot of
questions that ask for your "best
decisions" - of the hundreds of questions you will encounter in the
exams, a significant portion of them requires that you pick the best possible
options. These best options are often based on experience and best practices
not easily found in the standard exam text books.
There are also plenty of questions on
concepts and theories. These are the questions quite closely related to the
published objectives of the official BOK. They mostly ask for the correct
definitions of terms. For example, you will be tested heavily on the difference
between RM and BIA. You will also be tested on your understanding of the way ER
Business continuity is a term that
describes the processes and procedures an organization puts in place to ensure
that essential functions can continue during and after a disaster. Business
continuity planning seeks to prevent interruption of mission-critical services,
and to reestablish full functioning as swiftly and smoothly as possible.
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