Is this course accredited?
Yes, it is accredited by British Computer Society (BCS)
What is the experience of the Instructor(s) delivering my course?
Our instructors are all experienced and well qualified Business Analysts
What do The Knowledge Academy provide me on the course?
We provide The Knowledge Academy courseware folder, official certificates and refreshments.
Does the course include exams?
Yes, the course includes the BCS Certificate in Modelling Business Processes exam
Are there any prerequisites for the BCS Certificate in Modelling Business Processes examinations?
There are no prerequisites for the examination.
What is the structure of the exams?
The exam is a written examination.
What time shall I arrive at the venue?
Please arrive at your training venue for 08:45am
The Knowledge Academy BCS Certificate in Modelling Business Processes 2 day course covers the following topics:
This course prepares delegates to sit the one-hour, open book, examination leading to the certificate in Business Process Modelling. The certificate is an optional module in the BCS Business Analysis Diploma.
Context for business process modelling
Business systems and IT systems
Definition of a process
Context and detailed approaches
Logical and physical processes
Roles and responsibilities in business process modelling
Process and functional views of an organisation
The organisational view
Value chain analysis
Systems within an organisation
Scope of processes
Case study – stakeholder identification and value chain analysis
Modelling an organisation
Case study – high-level organisation models
Approaches to process modelling
End-to-end process maps (‘swim lane’ diagrams)
Creating ‘As is’ process models
Case study – identifying business events and constraints
Case study – creating an ‘is’ process map
Task analysis worksheets
Human aspects of performance
Feedback and consequences
Human performance worksheets
Managing and measuring processes
The role of the manager
Hierarchy of measures
Formal approaches to measurement – Six Sigma
Process improvement and redesign
To be’ process models
Lack of IT support
Process redesign patterns
Creating ‘To be’ process models
Case study – ‘should process maps’
Case study - implementation
IT support for business processes
Bridging the gap between processes and IT
Defining IT requirements from process models
Course summary and review
Review of concepts and techniques
- The Knowledge Academy courseware folder
- “Thank you for a great course!”By Ross Wilmott (Rating: 5 out of 5, 01/05/2012) from Leeds
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