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To be eligible for recertification, a professional must have met the following requirements: Continued to comply with DRI Internationals Code of Ethics for Business Continuity Professionals Paid all Annual Membership and Maintenance Fees Obtained the minimum number of Continuing Education Activity Points required for recertification, as detailed in these Guidelines, and properly and timely notified DRI International of the acquired points.
There is a general guideline, called Schedule II, that contains point values for different activities. To qualify for this exemption, the Certified Professional must: Be current and in good standing.
Submit a written request for a waiver of re-certification points and fees for a period of time not to exceed the duration of the certification period. This written request must contain the reason exemption is being requested. All past fees must be paid upon reinstatement of employment. DRII will re-set the re-certification period to commence as if certification had been granted on the day of the Certified Professionals re-employment. As part of the recertification process, the professional must demonstrate their willingness and commitment to furthering their skills in business continuity and contingency planning.
This is accomplished through the accumulation of Continuing Education activities that are granted as points for qualifying activities. Many types of activities can be used to meet this requirement and the current list is provided in the Education Activities Point Schedule, which is included as Schedule II of these guidelines.
Schedule II also outlines the points allocated for the various activities and the maximum points allowed. While the list of education activities in Schedule II is not all-inclusive, it describes the wide range of items that can be used for credit. Therefore, it is important that you submit information regarding those events to DRII for evaluation and approval. The latter class of activities is described in Group C, Schedule I. To assist the members with this process, DRI publishes a listing from time-to-time of those regularly reoccurring events that already have been approved for continuing education credit.
A list of these approved events is provided in Schedule I. Other activities will qualify for continuing education credit besides those specifically listed in Schedule I. However, during the first recertification period only, the CFCP or CBCP may apply any continuing education activity Points earned from their date of certification until their official beginning date of January 1.
For example, if an individual is certified on February 15, , their recertification period starts on January 1, Any credits earned after the professionals February 15, initial certification date will apply toward their first recertification.
However, those events or activities not already approved require additional documentation in order to justify the enhancement of professional skills and their relationship to business continuity planning. Approval for additional events can be obtained by submitting a request and the required supporting information to DRI International. That information will be reviewed using guidelines established by the Certification Commission, and a decision will be rendered on the applicability of that particular event.
Requests to have an event approved for continuing education credit must include the following information, as applicable: A copy of the course syllabus, seminar outline, or conference agenda. A copy of the learning objectives [if applicable]. An instructor or speaker biography [biographies are usually part of the conference agenda; if not, they should be included separately].
DRII Qualifying Exam Review Course
Dikree In-person and online self-paced training available from DRI. The DRI certifications are excellent from a career and knowledge perspective. Looking for more questions? Minimum of two years verifiable experience. Certified Business Continuity Professional: Developing and Implementing Business Continuity Plans; or subject area qualofying These questions are also useful for any business manager or organizational leader interested in growing their skills in the areas of risk management, disaster recovery, and general business continuity. PracticeQuiz content is free on an ad-supported model. This enterprise wide planning process involves the coordination, prioritization, resource allocation, and implementation of critical business function strategies to resume normal operating capabilities.
Practical Steps to Success in DRI International Qualifying Exams
This session is beneficial for employees who have an indirect or ancillary role in the development and maintenance of business continuity plans. Additionally the session can be further customized to a shorter length for delivery as an executive seminar. Unless specifically noted, the session traditionally runs AM PM. In-house sessions can be provided at a discount that is dependent on the number of participants. A minimum of 7 participants are required for the delivery of an in-house session with an ideal maximum of not more than 25 participants.