Modelling Business Processes - Course description
This course in our ‘Guides to Success’ series supports the latest syllabus (version 5.1) for the BCS Practitioner Certificate in Modelling Business Processes.
This course is for people wishing to develop their understanding of and expertise in modelling business processes and for those wanting to take the examination for the BCS, 'Practitioner Certificate in Modelling Business Processes'.
Modules and Lessons
There are seven modules containing a total of online 27 lessons with downloadable questions and answers.
Each lesson features a video overview, a comprehensive workbook, and a multi-choice online quiz with downloadable answers.
Some lessons contain interactive quizzes.
A comprehensive case study with exercises and annotate answers supplements the multi-choice quizzes by allowing students to develop written answers and models. There is practical advice on how to develop models in real projects.
The final module of the course contains the practice exam in the 'mini' scenario based multi-choice style of syllabus 5.1. This contains 40 questions, the BCS standard. The answers are annotated to provide additional help.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Even though this is an online course, there is no need to do everything alone. We will support you throughout your learning experience.
Delegates can contact Capiro by using a ‘member only’ contact form to raise questions, seek help and provide feedback.
This course is for anyone who wishes to take the BCS Certificate in Modelling Business Processes.
It's priced for people who wish to:
- Study in their own time.
- Fund their own training.
Taking our Modelling Business Processes course will also be useful to anyone about to join a business process improvement project. We are very experienced in the field of process modelling and can provide advice, support and guidance beyond the course and the exam.
Why business process modelling is so important.
Products, services and value
Organisations create value for their customers in the form of products and services. Business processes support the development, delivery and maintenance of these products and services.
In these days of rapid change and fierce international competition, it’s vital that an organisation’s processes help it to operate and evolve with the agility needed to survive and prosper.
Business processes provide the context for the agile development of software requirements.
A valuable skill
Business process modelling is a valuable skill for business analysts and architects as well as business people needing to do any of the following:
- Contribute to process improvement projects.
- Determine requirements for a system; this is true whether requirements are gathered in an agile or a traditional manner.
- Integrate processes with data and business rules for the achievement of business agility.