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This training program will enhance an individuals’ business process management knowledge and teach them how to effectively use BPMN 2.0 notations that is intuitive to business users yet able to represent complex process semantics.

Business processes are intertwined with so many external and internal entities, so mapping business processes using the conventional way is challenging.

And, as organizations embrace new technologies, modeling business processes using standard flowcharting notation restricts modelers to depict interconnectedness. To overcome these challenges, it’s good to adopt BPMN standards and build business process models using BPMN 2.0 semantics.

BPMN helps to standardize modeling notations and this standardization has eventually brought business and technical users on the same platform. Our Skillcubator Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) training allows organizations to very well understand their complex business processes.

This course has been designed for any IT/Non-IT professional involved in business process improvement/business process re-engineering projects, planning to execute business processes on a BPM engine. This course covers the basic level to the most advanced concepts of BPMN 2.0. This course is most suited for the following roles.

  • Business Analysts
  • Business Process Analysts
  • Business Process Managers
  • Business and Technical Leaders
  • Business Architects
  • Project Managers
  • Executives Involved in Business Process Improvement/Re-engineering Projects
  • BPM Practitioners and Team Members
  • Product Owners

Business Process Management Fundamentals

  • What is a Business Process?
  • Understanding Business Process Management Lifecycle?
  • Key Management Concepts
  • Value Stream Mapping
  • Business Process Improvement
  • Business Process Re-engineering
  • Lean Methodology
  • PDCA (Plan-Do-Check-Act) Model
  • Application and Usage of Business Process Management in Day-to-day Workplace Environment
  • Benefits of Business Process Management

Understanding Business Process Model and Notation (2.0)

  • What is Business Process Modeling?
  • What is a Basic Flowchart?
  • Understand Notations to Create a Basic Flowchart
  • Create a Basic Flowchart Using Industry-standard Modeling Tools
  • What is BPMN and How is it Different from Standard Notations?
  • Purpose and Benefits of BPMN
  • Learn BPMN Notations (Elements and Symbols)
    • Flow Objects (Events, Activities, Gateways)
    • Connecting Objects (Sequence Flow, Message Flow, Association)
    • Swimlanes (Pool and Lane)
    • Artifacts (Data Object, Group, and Annotation)
    • Other BPMN Diagram Types such as (a) Choreography Diagram (b) Collaboration Diagram and (c) Conversation Diagram

Analyzing Business Processes within an Organization

  • What is Gap Analysis?
  • Create ‘As-Is’ (Current-state) Business Process Model Using BPMN 2.0 Industry-standard Modeling Tools
  • Learn How to Analyze the ‘As-Is’ (Current-state) Business Process and Identify Painpoints, Bottlenecks, Issues, and Problems in the ‘As-Is’ (Current-state) Business Process
  • Create ‘To-Be’ (Future-state) Business Process Models Using Industry-standard Modeling Tools
  • What is ‘Business Process Narrative’ and How to Write it?
  • Relationship between Business Process and Information Technology
  • Business Process Modeling Best Practices
  • How to Work Closely with Key Stakeholders for Effective BPM

Business Process Governance

  • Managing Business Processes within an Organization
  • Stakeholder Analysis and Managing Stakeholder Expectations
  • Creating Standards, Policies, Roles, and Responsibilities
  • Building a Business Process Governance Framework
  • Establishing Quality Metrics around Business Process Management
  • Training program as per latest industry demands
  • IIBA Endorsed Education Provider
  • Access to Learning Management System (LMS)
  • 32 PDUs/CDUs
  • IIBA certified instructors with 20+ years of experience
  • Plenty of case studies, in-class exercises, quizzes, and take-home assignments
  • 10+ industry-standard tools
  • Personalized resume, LinkedIn profile makeover, and cover letter
  • Course aligned to IIBA’s BABOK 3.0 and PMI’s body of knowledge
  • Comprehensive Capstone project
  • Experiential learning through case studies
  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
  • Microsoft Visio, Gliffy, Lucidchart
  • Bizagi, Camunda, Bonita, Signavio, Draw.io
  • Balsamiq, Mockflow
  • Jira
  • Confluence
  • Tortoise SVN
  • Kanban Tool, Backlog.com or Similar Kanban Tool

While Business Process Management helps you to understand fundamental concepts, principles, and standard flowchart notations, our Business Process Model and Notation program will cover all the advanced BPMN 2.0 notations and teach you how to create complex business processes.

After successfully completing the course, you can apply for jobs such as Business Analyst, Business Process Analyst, Business Process Manager, Project Manager, Product Owner, Business Process Architect, Business Process Modeler, Business Architect, Enterprise Architect, Project Analyst or Program Analyst. Basically, any job that requires an individual to do process optimization using BPMN 2.0.

The total cost of the training program is 1200 USD + 5.3% Sales Tax, which includes study material, training tools, access to the Learning Management System (LMS), three certifications, resume preparation, cover letter, LinkedIn profile, mock interview preparation, placement, and post-placement support.

This course is mainly to prepare an individual for any of the job titles, mentioned above (FAQ # 2) or upskilling an individual in the Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN 2.0).

Yes. You will be required to use industry-standard tools, which are usually used by Business Process Model and Notation professionals around the world. However, there is no additional cost for using these tools. [Please Note: Instructor reserves the right to make changes to the suite of tools depending on the current industry demand]

For Business Process Model and Notation training, we use more than 15 industry-standard tools. You can check the list below.

Tools for Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN 2.0)

  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Microsoft Visio, Gliffy, and Lucidchart
  • Bizagi, Camunda, Bonita, Signavio, and Draw.io
  • Balsamiq, Mockflow
  • Jira
  • Confluence
  • Tortoise SVN
  • Kanban Tool, Backlog.com or similar Kanban Tool

Yes. Our Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN 2.0) program is recognized by IIBA and you can also claim 32  PDUs/CDUs.

No. Currently we are not a registered education provider for PMI. However, you can still earn 32PDUs/CDUs in case you plan to take any of the PMI’s certification or want to maintain an existing one. Skillcubator will provide you with all the required documentation which needs to be submitted to PMI to claim the PDUs/CDUs.

IIBA(International Institute of Business Analysis) is a not-for-profit organization geared towards the advancement of the business analysis discipline. You can find more on IIBA by clicking the following URL: https://www.iiba.org/about-iiba/.

PMI(Project Management Institute) is a not-for-profit organization that aims to promote and standardize the project management discipline.

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Certified CBAP, PMP and BPM instructor will be leading this course.
1200 USD +5.3% Sales Tax
  • Live Online
  • In-person
  • Private Team Training
Familiarity with business process management concepts and basic flowcharting principles.
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