DRI CANADA offers two (2) courses that lead to certification: the BCLE2000 and BCP501. These two (2) courses present an opportunity to challenge the Qualifying Examination which upon passing will allow one to qualify for the ABCP designation or certification CFCP or CBCP.
DRI CANADA also offers the BCP601 Masters Course as a preparatory course for the Masters Case Study Examination, which is the first step in becoming certified as a prestigious Masters Certified Member of DRI CANADA (MBCP).
DRI CANADA also offers the BCLE AUD that leads to certification. This course present an opportunity to challenge the Qualifying Examination, which upon passing will allow qualify for the designation CBCA or CBLA.
Additionally, DRI CANADA offers a 1-day introduction to Business Continuity Awareness (BCA100), BCP250 Executive Seminar.
DRI CANADA bases its 2 primary courses: BCLE2000 and BCP501 and Qualifying Examination content on the Professional Practices.
DRI International established the industry’s international first BCM methodology in 1997 when they published the Professional Practices for Business Continuity Planners. The Professional Practices were updated recently, in 2017.
To register for a DRI CANADA training course, you must fill in the registration form located in the Course Schedule under the Education portion of our website. Select the course that you would like to attend and you will be prompted to register.
No, DRI CANADA distributes the course material once the course is confirmed. You can however access/download the Professional Practices Indexes from our website by clicking on the Professional Practices tab.
Yes, DRI CANADA requires full payment when registering for the course. Payment in full is required before exam marks are released.
DRI CANADA accepts all major credit cards, VISA, MasterCard and AMEX as well as Purchase Order or cheque.
At one time the score an applicant received on the DRII qualifying examination was a factor in determining which certification designation(s) the applicant was allowed to pursue. A score of 75 or greater but less than 80 would enable the applicant to apply for the ABCP or CFCP designation. A score of 80 or greater, but less than 85 would enable the applicant to apply for the ABCP, CFCP or CBCP designation. A score of 85 or greater would allow the applicant to apply for ABCP, CFCP, CBCP or MBCP designations.
After studying those gradient requirements, DRII determined that the qualifying exam score was not an appropriate instrument to determine application eligibility for the various designations. At that time, DRII implemented a “pass/fail” approach to the exam. Anyone who passed the exam was eligible to pursue any designation that their individual experience would allow them to achieve. At that point, the numeric score became meaningless, for application purposes, and a decision was made that it was no longer necessary or beneficial to include the score in the notification letter to exam participants.
DRI CANADA does arrange for in-house training sessions and at a discounted price. For details on how to arrange for in-house training, please contact DRI CANADA at 1.844-228-8135 or email@example.com.
Yes, the Qualifying Examination fee is included in the price of the training course, specifically the BCLE 2000 and BCP 501.
There are 100 multiple choice questions on the Qualifying Examination and allotted 2.5 hours to complete.
Yes, you can challenge the Qualifying Examination as an exam only option at any of our course locations. The fee to challenge the examination is $750.00 CND plus applicable taxes. The Examination schedule is available under the Education Tab of our website.
Click on the Education tab on our website and select the Course Schedule. Select the date that you wish to challenge the examination and you will be asked to complete the registration form indicating EXAM in the appropriate section of the Registration form.
DRIC will make every effort to bring our courses anywhere in Canada as long as a minimum class requirement of 7 students can be met! - call 1.844-228-8135 for details