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||9 - 10 November 2021|
|Group Booking - Remote Delivery||Flexible Dates & Hours|
|Your Office - In Person||Flexible Dates & Hours|
|Adelaide||Select one of the options above|
|Brisbane||Select one of the options above|
|Canberra||Select one of the options above|
|Melbourne||Select one of the options above|
|Perth||Select one of the options above|
|Sydney||Select one of the options above|
Course hours during daylight saving time (3 October 2021 – 3 April 2022):
- 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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