In this BCS Modelling Business Processes course you learn to apply industry standard business process modelling and analysis techniques and understand the framework for business process improvement within which these techniques may be applied. The investigation, modelling, analysis, and improvement of business processes is key to an understanding of both Requirements Engineering and Business Process Improvement (BPI). These techniques and practices reduce the cost of development and potential re-work across the organization to create high quality products and add business value.
In addition, this course prepares you to take the BCS Modelling Business Processes exam at the end of the course.
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What is business process modelling?
Importance of modelling business processes
Creating effective process models
Creating a hierarchy of business processes
Process modelling and Business Analysis
Business process modelling techniques
Modelling the as-is business process
Identifying outcomes from business processes
Documenting business rules
Measuring task performance
Identifying problems with the as-is business processes
Improving the process
Modelling the improved process
Planning the transition
Decommissioning the as-is process
The BCS Institute is The Chartered Institute for IT.
You can earn the Practitioner Certification in Modelling Business Processes if you pass the course exam.
In Modelling Business Processes you will not receive any PDUs.
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