Wednesday 27 February 8:30am — 12:30pm, London
A tabletop exercise is a facilitated training workshop that tests existing business continuity plans to determine efficacy and identify any areas which need further attention and action. It is carried out face-to-face with a business continuity team and run with a facilitator to ensure the exercise covers all of your objectives.
In our interactive business continuity masterclass, experts Karla Gahan and Dean Hughes will share insights on how to run a tabletop exercise within your own organisation. Delegates will be presented with a clear structure on how to prepare for and run a tabletop exercise. They will also participate in a mock exercise, enabling them to understand how best to facilitate a session.
Location: A beautiful Law Society venue in central London (113 Chancery Lane, WC2A 1PL)
Cost: The event will cost £199 per delegate and £149 for each additional delegate.
Who should attend?
This masterclass is for anyone who is responsible for business continuity processes but may have limited experience facilitating a tabletop exercise. While this is usually a member of a risk management or business continuity team, it could also be a department head, such as HR, IT, Facilities etc.
- Gain a clear understanding of how to prepare for and run a tabletop exercise
- Be better prepared for any incident that may arise
- Understand how to promote the value of running a tabletop exercise to managers
- Become better equipped to educate your team members on their roles in the business continuity team
About VinciWorks’ business continuity services
Founded in 2004, VinciWorks is a leading provider of risk management, business continuity advice, tools and training. With over 250,000 users across 70 countries, VinciWorks has established itself as the definitive authority in online solutions for governance, risk and compliance.
The VinciWorks Business Continuity team understand the importance of building strong teams who can work together during an incident. They are available to consult business leaders on their business continuity plans, as well as run workshops on one or all of the five steps of business continuity. Trained at Airmic, BCI and the IRM, our experts have continued to be thought leaders in the business continuity and risk management arena, regularly publishing white papers and articles, and delivering masterclasses, conference presentations and seminars. They have trained business continuity teams and carried out tabletop exercises across the globe.