Duration: 2 days | Delivery: Remote, Instructor-led (Live) | Course Fee: $1,480 + GST
In this Business Process Modelling course we focus on BPMN v2.0 to highlight the operations management of business processes in which we use various methods to discover, model, analyse, measure, improve, optimise, and automate business processes. We also consider the development of business process improvement by exploring six sigma and lean methodology approaches to process improvement. This is complemented with a focus on the connection to the company strategies and policies to the development of business process models.
Business Process Management provides an organisation with a greater understanding of the processes of the organisation. Business Process Management, BPM, enables organisations to align business functions with customer needs and helps managers to determine how to deploy, monitor and measure company resources. When properly executed, BPM has the ability to enhance efficiency and productivity, reduce costs, and minimize errors and risk – thereby optimising results.
To support the social distancing measures currently in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you can now attend this course remotely via Zoom.
The course will still be practical, interactive and delivered live by senior instructors with 15 – 25+ years’ experience with the skills to make the intensive learning experience interesting and enjoyable.
Various additional measures to maximise the remote training experience have also been experimented, planned and incorporated. Find out more about practical training delivered remotely (live).
Our Business Process Modelling course addresses the needs of professionals who want to have an overview of business process management and who need to analyse, model, specify or manage business process using Business Process Management and Notation. Both new and experienced manager, business analysts, process analysts and professional will leave the course with hands-on skills, tools and methodologies in Business Process Management using BMPN v2.0. This will allow a wide range of professionals to improve their understanding focusing on improving corporate performance by managing business processes.
This is a practical course that will walk you through real-world scenarios and get you practising business process modelling using BPMN v2.0 during the course.
Business process management strategies and technologies developed and implemented by organisations require managers to make effective decisions and discover, model, analyse, measure, improve, optimise and automate business processes. This is a hands-on Business Process Modelling course that covers BPMN v2.0.
In this Business Process Management course you will learn:
- Understand Business process management principles
- Understand the components of Business Process Management
- Use and understand Business Process Management and Notation v2.0
- Build business process models in BPMN v2.0
- Understand the Business Process Modelling styles and approaches
- Develop hands-on skills in building BPMN v2.0 models
- Understand the principles of Six Sigma and Lean Methodology in process management
- Understand how to develop business process model strategies for an organisation
The ability to work with data to structures, organising, analysing and interpreting information will make you invaluable to government and businesses organisations in Australia. It is our aim to instil the confidence in your new skills to be able to immediately apply your knowledge in the workplace.
Business Process Modelling Course
Module 1 – Understanding Business Process Management and Business Modelling
- Business Process Management
- Business Process Modelling
- Process Modelling
- Business Process Management Lifecycle
Module 2 – Define the components of Business Process Management
- Business Process
- Workflows and Process
- Process Modelling
Module 3 – Business Process Improvement
- Six Sigma and Lean Method
- DIMAC and DMADV
- Continuous Improvement methodologies
- Lean and Lean Six Sigma
- Combining Business Process Management and Six Sigma
Module 4 – Process Modelling Notation
- Review of process modelling notation
- BPMN v2.0 Diagram Types
Module 5 – Business Process Modelling Notation
- BPMN v2.0 Basic Objects
Module 6 – Business Model Scenarios
- Examine common business process models in BPMN v2.0
- Complete a case study of a large business process model in BPMN v2.0
Module 7 – Business Process Modelling Styles
- Modelling Workflows (Private Process)
- Model Business Participants Interactions (Public Process)
- Modelling Choreographies
Module 8 – Methodology for Developing Business Process Models
- Processes and their connection to the company strategies and policies
- Process goal and metrics
- Process context
“Excellent course for business users to understand communications with IT specialists” Head of Management Reporting, Bank South Pacific
“Course has been invaluable – will improve the information and specifications I provide to our IS team” Business Analyst, Australian Maritime Safety Authority
“Provided me with the fundamentals and tools to start my ba journey” Project Analyst, Airservices Australia
“A practical hands on approach to the thinking processes behind business analysis” Project Controls, Abigroup Contractors
“Excellent course, good ideas about how industry standard techniques can be applied in the workplace” Process Modeller, Geoscience Australia
“Very good in opening my thoughts – my blinkers are off” Enterprise Analyst, VicRoads
“Good course, pulls in all the threads nicely” ICT Project Manager, Department of Defence
“Practical, good reference to the core tools, logic, techniques and principals of analysis” Business Analyst, Zurich Insurance
COURSE DATES & BOOKINGS
|Remote Delivery||29 - 30 June 2020||Open|
|Group Booking||Flexible Dates & Hours||Open|
Course hours in Australian time zones:
- AEST: 9:00am – 5:00pm (ACT, NSW, QLD, TAS, VIC)
- ACST: 8:30am – 4:30pm (NT, SA)
- AWST: 7:00am – 3:00pm (WA)
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We train professionals from these Australian organisations and more: