This intensive two day short course will give you the knowledge and skills needed to analyse and model existing business processes for improving operational efficiency, finding new IT-based solutions and for overseeing organisational change. It is aimed at developing your thinking skills for effective process modelling.
Who should attend? Any individual who manages or is part of a team responsible for achieving organisational improvements. It is highly relevant for Business Process Modellers, Process Managers and Process Analysts as well as Business Analysts, Enterprise Architects, IT and Management Consultants and Project Managers.
There are no specific or strict entry requirements, but we recommend that you have practical work experience in a range of different business processes and implementing organisational change. Ideally you need to be able to apply and practise the skills learnt on the course to your own job, to derive the most value.
Delivery and Assessment
We use a blend of face-to-face facilitator-led seminar sessions and individual and group exercises, to embed theory and skills.
The course uses the BPMN (Business Process Modelling Notation) standard.
To gain an FTI Certificate of Attendance, you will need to:
- Attend both full day seminar sessions
- Actively participate in activities and discussions so that you learn by experiencing and completing practical exercises
By the end of the course, you will have a solid understanding of business process modelling frameworks, standards, notations and methodologies. You will be able to:
- Establish the strategic and organisational bases for Business Process Modelling
- Understand how Business Process Modelling relates to Business Process Management and Enterprise Architecture
- Identify, scope, analyse and document Business Processes
- Develop process models from enterprise-level to operational level
- Integrate Business Process Models to other organisational designs, including organisation models, business rules and information artefacts
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