European guidelines for validating non formal
One way to think of the differences among validation, verification and monitoring is to use the following questions that are linked to basic grammar: • Monitoring: Are the operations being done as intended?
Practical knowledge of the GPG underpins the BCI Statutory membership application process that requires its members to demonstrate competency across all six of the GPG’s Professional Practices at a Management and Technical level.
The six Professional Practices include Policy and Programme Management; Analysis; Design; Implementation; Validation and Embedding Business Continuity.
The real value of the GPG to BC professionals lies in the fact that it considers not just the ‘what’ to do but also the ‘why’, ‘how’ and ‘when’ of practices written by real-world experts.
In addition to providing a robust and proven guide to all BC professionals, the GPG serves as a recognised industry benchmark against which BC professionals can be effectively measured and their professional and technical competency examined.
EAEA sees validation as a key tool in order to promote lifelong learning, to ensure more flexible learning pathways, to encourage learners and build their self-confidence as well as to create a more comprehensive understanding of competences.
The Good Practice Guidelines (GPG) are the independent body of knowledge for good Business Continuity practice worldwide.
Email comments to: [email protected](Subject: "Comments on Draft SP 800-56A Rev. SP 800-56C has been revised to include all key derivation methods currently included in SP 800-56A and SP 800-56B, , in addition to the two-step key-derivation procedure currently specified in SP 800-56C.
3")Comments due by: November 6, 2017NIST announces the public comment release of SP 800-56C Rev. Note the change of title for SP 800-56C that reflects the inclusion of the additional key-derivation methods.
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