For the college's coronavirus updates, please visit http://www.cpcc.edu/coronavirus.
As of July 14, NC Gov. Roy Cooper announced the state will remain in Phase Two for another three weeks, at least until Aug. 7
Central Piedmont announced July 7, that fall semester classes will begin on Aug. 10, and be taught in multiple formats – online, hybrid, blended, and face-to-face. The majority of students will come to campus a minimal number of times, with the rest of their instruction occurring online. Registration for fall semester classes is open at www.cpcc.edu/admissions/registration.
Read the complete message at www.cpcc.edu/coronavirus.
All businesses are threatened by unplanned disruptions to their operations. Business Continuity, at its core, is how Central Piedmont will continue operating when our normal operating procedures are not possible.
The primary objective of business continuity is to develop strategies to recover, resume, and maintain all critical business processes as quickly as possible in order to minimize the impact of a disruption on the college. Generally speaking, it is all about resiliency!
Business Continuity at Central Piedmont
For most Central Piedmont divisions and/or departments, service to our students and community would be impacted in the event that our critical processes and systems were disrupted for a period of time. Through business continuity planning and preparation, we are able to enhance both our capacity to maintain critical processes during a disruption as well as our capability to quickly resume business processes after a disruption. The goal of business continuity planning is to enable Central Piedmont to continue our mission despite a disruption.
Stages of Business Continuity Planning
- Risk Assessment
- Business Impact Analysis
- Recovery Strategy Development
- Plan Development and Execution
- Plan Test and Maintenance