NCVO/Zurich Webinar: Business continuity planning

  • Quarter day
  • Webinar
  • Online
  • Planning and strategy
  • Management
During the coronavirus pandemic, business continuity plans have been needed more than ever. Some have been shown to fall short on the detail needed to get an organisation through a crisis. Enhanced organisational resilience can be achieved by viewing business continuity as a lifecycle management process.
Date: | 19 January 2022
Time: | 14.00-15.00

Event details

This webinar is the last in a series of virtual risk workshops hosted by NCVO in partnership with Zurich, one of NCVO's Trusted Suppliers.

Using the Business Continuity Institute's good practice guidelines, this session will review the key points of the six stages of Business Continuity Management:
  • policy and programme management
  • embedding business continuity
  • analysis
  • design
  • implementation
  • validation.

Business continuity plans are integral to support an organisations recovery from the impact of a crisis. Good practice and examples will be considered for each of the stages offering attendees a practical understanding to help and support business continuity development, within your organisation.

By the end of the webinar, you will have:
  • increased understanding of the Business Continuity Management lifecycle
  • enhanced your recognition of the importance of a proportional Business Continuity Plan
  • good practice examples and signposting to useful resources.

who runs it

This webinar will be led by Matthew Hardwick, strategic risk consultant at Zurich.

Matt has extensive knowledge and experience of working across the public sector to support organisations in enhancing and embedding their risk management processes and procedures.


This webinar will be beneficial for those involved with strategy, business planning, and organisational development. It is aimed at decision-makers; such as senior leaders, CEOs, chairs and trustees.

how to book

Book your place by clicking the register icon above. This webinar will take place online. We'll send out joining instructions before the session.


Email with any questions or queries you may have about this webinar.


This event is free for NCVO members. There may be a charge to attend if you are a non-member. Please check the event overview or click the 'REGISTER' button for more details.