University of Applied Research & Development (UARD)
During this course students will learn to identify risks to an organizations cyber environment; differentiate cyber risks of a large organization from those of a small company, clinic, or Small Office / Home Office (SOHO); identify specific laws and acts both foreign and domestic related to business continuity; and develop an appropriate Disaster Recovery / Business Continuity (DR/BC) implementation plan.
The learning outcomes for the module are as follows:
- Analyze policies, concepts, and procedures of recovery.
- Develop a disaster recovery plan.
- Research best practices for recovering from a disaster.
- Stages and resources
- Threat, vulnerabilities and hazards
- Types of threats
- Hazards identification and review
- Crisis Mapping, Needs Assessment, and Other Tools for Managing Relief
22-38 hours with the ability to start/stop/return at any time.
This course is for:
- first responders,
- active service military,
- emergency managers and
Take this course to understand the theory behind their practice and increase their professional capacity when responding to a major emergency. This course is also aimed at personnel who form part of the Emergency Response organization.
Belhaven University PLA Credits Assessed: 1
*Please note, there is a maximum number of PLA credits that may be applied to a degree program at Belhaven University. Refer to their website for the latest on PLA policies.