“This was an exceptional course … the methodology made it very easy to understand and I was appreciative of the opportunity to receive a certification for this course which will add more validity to my professional development.”
William W. // CBRM, Project Manager – Disaster Recovery, First American Corporation
Why Get Certified?
Credentials earned through BRCCI are internationally respected and will help to propel your career in the field of Business Continuity and Resiliency.
The scope of our certification program covers three core areas:
- Business Continuity (BC):
CBRM-Certified Business Resilience manager
- IT Disaster Recovery (DR):
CBRITP-Certified Business Resilience IT Professional
- BC/DR audit CBRA-Certified Business Resilience Auditor
HOW TO BECOME CERTIFIED
To become certified for either CBRM, CBRITP, or CBRA, you will need to pass a certification exam for your chosen credential. You will be notified of the results of your exam within two weeks. A certificate is shipped out within two to four weeks of the exam. In case you are not able to pass the exam, you will be allowed to have one retake of the exam at no additional charge within one year period of the first exam. MABR certification process does not require taking an exam. Read More about MABR certification process
Our recommended option is to combine training together with the exam. Each of our training – 3-day CBRM, 3-day CBRITP, and 2-day CBRA – include optional exams on the last day of the training. The exam questions cover the information and concepts presented during the training. The training fee includes the optional certification exam processing fee
To register for an exam or for a combined training with an exam, you will need to first select an event from the list of schedules (See the Seminar schedule). The payment options are listed with each event within the schedule. Alternatively, you may also reserve a seat using this RESERVE A SEAT form and we will then provide you with required information. The above applies to CBRM, CBRITP, and CBRA certification, while MABR certification follows a separate process. Read More about MABR certification process