Duration: 2 days | Instructor-Led | Course Fee: $1,480 + GST
Advance your process modelling skills through this hands-on Business Process Modelling course where you will explore BPMN v2.0 and how to manage, model, improve and automate business processes in your organisation.
- New to business process modelling and BPMN v2.0?
- An experienced process analyst who wants to validate / formalise your knowledge?
- An experienced manager championing the standardisation of process documentation in your organisation?
Join this two-day Business Process Modelling course where you start from the basic in the first morning, then advance through the case-study-based exercises that increase in complexity as you progress.
Hundreds of Australian top universities, corporations, government departments and not-for-profit organisations have sent their staff to IRM Training because of its strong focus on practicality and real world application.
Business Process Modelling Course
Module 1 – Business Process Management
- Model Types
Module 2 – Introduction to BPMN v2.0
Module 3 – Basic BPMN Objects
Module 4 – BPMN Swimlanes & Pools
- Blackbox / Whitebox
- Pool / Swimlane
Module 5 – BPMN Gateways
- Inclusive / Parallel
Module 6 – Advanced BPMN Activities
- Tasks vs Sub-process
- Multiple Instances
Module 7 – Advanced BPMN Events
- Interrupting & Non-Interrupting
Module 8 – Advanced Alternatives
- Orchestration Diagram
- Collaboration Diagram
- Conversation Diagram
This Business Process Modelling course conforms to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK®) v3 and is endorsed by the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®). Upon completion of this course you will receive a Certificate of Completion, awarding you 14 CDU / Professional Development Hours (PD Hours).
This Business Process Modelling course is a workshop-style practical training. Most modules start with a trainer running a brief presentation interactively, followed by discussions and case-study-based exercises.
In most exercises you will break out into smaller groups of 3-4 people, creating the opportunity to exchange ideas with other keen learners.
The course runs in a small group so there is plenty of opportunity to ask questions. For questions that are not directly related to the course topics, the trainer(s) may schedule a time during one of the breaks to answer them, to ensure your questions are answered while keeping the course on track.
In line with the working-from-home trend, you can now also attend this course remotely. The course will still be practical, hands-on, interactive and delivered live by a senior instructor with 15 – 25+ years’ experience with the skills to make the intensive short course interesting and enjoyable.
Find out more about practical training delivered remotely (live).
Eligibility requirements to become an IRM Training trainer:
- A minimum of 15 years’ industry experience in Australia.
- The ability to demonstrate in-depth knowledge in the real-world application of the course topics.
- Driven by the passion to help develop others.
- Excellent communication, presentation and people skills.
- A good sense of humour! You can absorb and retain more knowledge when the training is fun!
IRM Training trainers have worked in / with a diverse range of industries and government departments. Some also came from academic background as lecturers at Australian leading universities, on top of their 15+ years’ hands-on experience.
This is a hands-on course with multiple case studies that will walk you through real-world scenarios and get you practising creating business process models using BPMN v2.0.
Both new and experienced managers, business analysts, process analysts and professionals will leave the course with hands-on skills, tools and methodologies in Business Process Modelling using BMPN v2.0.
This will allow a wide range of professionals to improve their understanding in how to improve business performance by managing business processes.
In this Business Process Management course you will learn:
- Business Process Management principles
- Hands-on skills in building BPMN v2.0 models
- How to develop business process model strategies for an organisation
Through this hands-on mode of learning, you will gain the confidence to immediately apply your newly acquired skills in your workplace.
“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
|Anywhere - Remote Delivery||11 - 12 December 2023|
|Anywhere - Remote Delivery||20 - 21 February 2024|
|Group Booking - Remote Delivery||Flexible Dates & Hours|
|Your Office - In Person||Flexible Dates & Hours|
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Your invoice will be emailed to your payment contact shortly after you submit your booking.
Payment is due 12 business days prior to the course start date, or immediately if booking is made within this time frame.
Course hours during daylight saving time (from 1 October 2023):
- AEDT: 9:00am – 5:00pm (ACT, NSW, TAS, VIC)
- ACDT: 8:30am – 4:30pm (SA)
- AEST: 8:00am – 4:00pm (QLD)
- ACST: 7:30am – 3:30pm (NT)
- AWST: 6:00am – 2:00pm (WA)
Course hours during standard time: 9:00am – 5:00pm AEST.
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