Unit 1: Introduction and Course Overview. Student Introductions. Please present your: Name. Organization. Greatest need from this workshop. Experience with continuity. Administrative Information. Hours. Evacuation routes and fire exits. Restrooms. Smoking. Breaks and lunch.
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Please present your:
Please put your cell phone or pager
The goal of the course is to provide the students with the knowledge, skills, and tools necessary to develop and implement continuity plans according to established continuity requirements and guidance.
The Continuity Evaluation Tool (CET) and Continuity Assistance Tool (CAT):
Why is it important to evaluate your continuity plan and program?
What is continuity?
Continuity of operations is an effort within individual organizations to ensure that essential functions continue to be performed during a wide range of emergencies.
Why is continuity planning important?
Today’s changing threat environment has increased the need for a continuity program and plan.
You have 10 minutes to complete this activity.
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