Prepare Your Business To Keep Running If The Worst Happens

The Vanuatu Business Disaster Resilience Council (VBRC), Vanuatu Chamber of Commerce (VCCI) and USAID’s Climate Ready Project is organising a training on Business Continuity Planning supporting businesses in Vanuatu to improve their disaster preparedness.

VBRC is rolling out a one day training on the 10th of APRIL, 2019 at VCCI Conference Room

The VCCI recommends that our members attend this program to assist and provide you with the tools to understand, prepare and reduce the negative effects of disasters to your business or property. Other SME businesses have also attended these programs held in Fiji and Samoa and have been very well received.

Why attend?

Businesses should take advantage of this training, because it is free and also will help your business to reduce their risks during a disaster or an extreme climate event. Moreover, for this training it will help keep your business open after disaster strikes while also making sure your staff and their families are safe.

At the end of the training each participant will be awarded a Certificate endorsed by VBRC and VCCI.

BCP Training Details

  • Interested SME’s are invited to send

one participant

  • to this one day training that is free of charge – limited to 40 participants on a first come basis.
  • We would like to encourage SME’s around Efate to attend. (sessions to be held in Tanna , Malekula and Santo in the coming weeks)
  • Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided during this one day training.


For more information or if you are interested in participating in this training, please send your Full Name, Business and Contacts (Email and Mobile number) directly to:

VCCI Reception


Tel: 27543

As spaces for training are limited, the cut-off date for RSVP’s is 3pm on Friday, 5th April 2019.

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