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Friday, Feb 28th

ContinuitySA Mozambique offers Business Continuity Management training

ContinuitySA Mozambique will offer a three-day training course for individuals tasked with business continuity responsibilities. The course will take place in Mozambique on 17 to 19 February 2020.

The Complete Continuity® Practitioner Programme was developed by ContinuitySA to provide a comprehensive set of the theoretical and practical skills needed to design and implement business continuity programmes that deliver true organisational resilience.

"This training has been designed by leading experts at ContinuitySA and is recognised as a valued course," said Augusto Cossa, Country Manager: Mozambique.

ContinuitySA is Africa's leading business continuity and resilience service provider, with more than 30 years of leadership in this space. It is a Gold Partner of the Business Continuity Institute and was inducted into the Institute's Hall of Fame as Business Continuity Provider of the Year.

The cost of the three-day course is MT 53 000. It offers attendees a good mix of theory and practice to ensure they can use what they have learned in their business continuity roles.

"We feel so strongly about the need to build Mozambique's capacity in business continuity and resilience that we are offering 35% discount for bookings of six or more delegates. This is a vital talent pool that companies, government entities and the country at large need to deepen if we are to achieve our economic aspirations,'' Mr Cossa concludes.

Click here for more details and to register.

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