The course takes a step-by-step approach to train professionals to model business processes. They will learn to use the BPMN 2.0 standard across all business domains with precision. Professionals who complete this course will have a clear understanding of BPMN diagram specifications, as well as the rules that keep them consistent across a business.
During the course, learners will master the art of creating BPMN diagrams with clear process logic and solid adherence to the world-class modeling method.
BPMN Level 1
Module 1: Course Overview
An overview of the course objectives and the BPMN modeling tool.
Module 2: What is BPMN?
An explanation of the purpose of BPMN and its important role in clear and effective business process modeling.
Module 3: Getting Started with BPMN
A chance to familiarise yourself with the Orbus BPMN 2 template to model straightforward process diagrams.
Module 4: Pools, Sub-Processes and Hierarchical Modeling
A detailed view of the interactions between entities in a process model. An explanation of the BPMN symbols and shapes that make up the modeling language.
Module 5: Collaboration and a ‘Complete’ Top-Level Diagram
An exploration of collaboration in a complete process model diagram.
Module 6: BPMN Concepts and High-Level Map
An explanation of the essential concepts supporting well-designed process models.
A practical guide to the first two steps of the model: Scoping the Process and High-Level Map.
Module 7: Creating BPMN with the Method
An explanation of translating a High-Level Map into a BPMN Diagram. An overview of child-level diagrams and how to effectively add message flows to diagrams.
Module 8: BPMN Style
An overview of the basic elements of the BPMN style at Level 1.
BPMN Level 2
Module 1: Events Overview and Using Timer Events
An overview of the use of events in BPMN models. A detailed look at Timer events.
Module 2: Sending, Receiving and Using Message Events
An explanation of Message events in BPMN models.
Module 3: Using Error, Event Sub-Processes and Other Level 2 Elements
An explanation of the ‘Error’ event in the model and the other important Level 2 event types.
Module 4: Branching and Merging
A detailed look at branching and merging with gateways and conditional sequence flows.
Module 5: Iteration
An explanation of using loop and multi-instance activities in BPMN to describe iterative process behavior.
Module 6: Following the Rules and Next Steps
An overview of the BPMN metamodel, XML, rules, and model validation.
Each module is designed to train learners in creating BPMN business process models with precision and aligning them with wider business goals. There are also regular knowledge checks and scenario-based BPMN example exercises to complete.
The course is designed with retention and application in mind. Answers will be provided for each exercise to help learners work through tough topics. Learners who complete the course will earn a completion certificate.
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This BPMN 2.0 course provides introductory and advanced level training in BPMN’s process-oriented modeling system. Students will learn to understand and create BPMN process diagrams, enabling them to break business processes down and represent them coherently.
The course is ideal for professionals who want to learn how to optimize business processes. BPMN 2.0 Foundation and Practitioner is an excellent option for professionals eager to thrive in a career in business analysis or process design.
The primary purpose of this training suite is to provide learners with a solid understanding of the BPMN notation. The modeling language is easily accessible for business users, making it easy to bridge the gap between the business analysts who draft processes and the technical teams who develop and implement them.
Training your teams in BPMN 2.0 will standardize the business modeling process in your company. You will benefit from the clear communication of requirements between all business users involved in design and implementation processes.
Duration of access:
Certification of completion