Business Continuity Institute (BCI) Gifted Grades are awarded each year to individuals who’ve made an outstanding contribution to the profession of business continuity or the Institute itself. BCI members of AMBCI grade and above can nominate someone whom they think deserves recognition. The BCI’s Board then reviews the suggestions and awards the grades. Applications must be received by 9.00 am on Monday 9 September. Entries should be in a narrative form and submitted via e-mail to email@example.com
There are five types of award available each year. These are as follows:
This is for individuals who’ve made continual and notable contributions to business continuity and resilience. It recognises outstanding contributions to the BCI as a member for more than seven years and a significant contribution to the business continuity industry for over a decade.
Honorary FBCI awards recognise those who’ve made major contributions to business continuity encompassing an outstanding contribution to the BCI as a member for more than ten years and a significant contribution to the business continuity industry as a whole for over 15 years.
BCI Achievement Award
The highest non-membership award given to individuals by the BCI. Before awarding one of these accolades, the BCI looks for a number of quality contributions to the business continuity industry, evidence of a given individual being a significant contributor to the BCI and demonstrable long service to the Institute or a relevant industry.
BCI Merit Awards
A non-membership award bestowed by the Institute. A BCI Merit Award recognises a number of quality contributions to the business continuity industry, the fact that the individual is a significant contributor to the BCI and long service to the Institute or a relevant industry.
BCI Lifetime Achievement Award
The BCI Lifetime Achievement Award is for a living professional (member or non-member) and recognises a lifelong, outstanding and influential contribution to the world of business continuity.