What is CBCP certification?
Certified Business Continuity Professional CBCP Certification is one of the most preferred Business Continuity certifications. It introduces you to knowledge and skills in the business continuity and disaster recovery industry. By having this certification, you will be able to analyze business impacts in order to develop and implement appropriate business continuity plans.
Also, you will be qualified to maintain business continuity plans as designed. Moreover, Certified Business Continuity Professional certification exam will test your ability in project management, risk evaluation, business impact analysis, developing business continuity strategies and emergency response.
Disaster Recovery Institute International (DRI International) is one of the international well-known organizations in the business continuity field. Also, It has more than 15,000 certified professionals in 100 countries and provides training in more than 50 countries worldwide.
CBCP Certification Requirements
In order to sit for the exam, you are required to do the following according to DRII website:
- Have more than two (2) years of experience.
- If you have less than two years of industry experience, you should apply for the ABCP certification.
- Have specific and practical experience in at least five (5) of the subject matter areas of the Professional Practices.
- Pass the Qualifying Examination with a minimum score of 75%.
- Also, you have to provide the 5 essays required in the fields of Business Continuity .
- Provide 2 References details.
- Pay $400 application fees.
CBCP Certification Study Materials
- Qualifying Examination as a Prerequisite Exam
- DRI conducts Business Continuity (BCLE 2000) course.
- Duration: 4.5 Days
- Cost: $2,750.00
- 32 Continuing Education Activity Points (CEAPs)
CBCP Exam Details
- A multiple-choice exam covering the subject areas of the “Professional Practices for Business Continuity Practitioners.”
- Exam Duration: 2.5 hours
CBCP Certification Renewal
This certification is valid for 2 years. To recertify, you should do the following:
- Pay an annual maintenance fee 200$
- Submit Continuing Education Activity Points (CEAPs).