Kick-start your Business Process Model and Notation training today by taking an accredited BPMN 2.0 eLearning course!
Created by the experts, learn how to confidently map consistent and logical organizational processes in line with version 2.0 of the business process modeling global standard. The course has been designed & written by leading BPMN training experts to teach you everything you need to create precise BPMN process models that can be clearly understood and adopted by the wider business
The course will teach you how to adhere to a common modeling method, allowing you to create diagrams that can be shared consistently across all business domains.
Learn from the experts with step-by-step tutorials that teach you how to create precise business processes using the BPMN 2.0 standard.
Business Process Model and Notation - BPMN is the de-facto notation standard for business process modeling and provides a common graphical language for end-to-end business process workflows that can be readily adopted and understood in all areas of the business.
The course has been designed and written by the
leading BPMN training expert and author, Bruce Silver.
Suitability - Who should attend?
Professionals who work within an organization that uses the BPMN 2.0 specification for business process mapping and modelling.
It also provides an excellent introduction to business users and process implementers alike. BPMN is designed for individuals, teams and different stakeholders that need to communicate processes in a standardized manner.
Outcome / Qualification etc.
Full Details of our BPMN 2.0 Course:
In this module you will get an overview of the course, the key objectives, and the Orbus BPMN modeling tool that you will use.
What is BPMN?
In this module you'll learn about what BPMN is, the ways in which it is similar to and different from traditional flowcharts, and why understanding BPMN has become the critical foundation skill required for anything you do in BPM.
Getting Started with BPMN
In this module you will learn how to use the Orbus BPMN 2 Template to create simple BPMN diagrams that include tasks, gateways, and multiple end states.
Pools, Subprocesses, and Hierarchical Modeling
In this module you will learn about pools, lanes, and activity types, and the important role sub-processes play in hierarchical BPMN models.
Collaboration and a "Complete" Top-Level Diagram
In this module you will learn about collaboration, the message flows indicating interactions between the process and external entities such as the Customer, service providers, and other processes, essential to a complete process model.
In addition you will learn the rest of the shapes and symbols in the BPMN Level 1 palette.
BPMN Concepts and the High Level Map
In this module you will understand the precise meaning of BPMN's most fundamental concepts and why they are critical to properly structured models.
You will apply them in the first two steps of the Method, Scoping the Process and the High-Level Map.
Creating BPMN with The Method
In this module you will translate the High Level Map into a top-level BPMN diagram, and then expand each High Level Map activity in a separate child-level diagram.
You will also learn how to add message flows to the model, replicating the collaboration from child to parent level.
In this module you will learn the basic elements of BPMN Style applicable to Level 1 process models.
Events Overview and Using Timer Events
In this module you will learn about the various ways in which BPMN uses intermediate events, the important events you need to learn, and how to use the first of the "Big 3" event types, Timer.
Sending, Receiving, and Using Message Events
In this module you will learn about sending and receiving messages in BPMN and the proper use of Message events.
Using Error, Event Sub-processes, and the Other Level 2 Events
In this module you will learn how to use the Error event, and understand event sub-processes and the other Level 2 event types.
Branching and Merging
In this module you will learn more about branching and merging with gateways and conditional sequence flows.
In this module you will learn how to use loop and multi-instance activities and multi-pool structures to describe iterative behavior in BPMN.
Following the Rules, and Next Steps
In this module you will learn about the BPMN metamodel, XML, and rules, and the importance of model validation, along with suggestions for further learning.
- 7 hours of course material
- Certificate of completion
- Free Visio templates
- Revision modules
- 24/7 tutor support
- Instant 6 months access
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