BCS Modelling Business Process Location: Singapore Duration: 2 Days Time: 9am - 5pm Cost: Course $2195 SGD (Including exam fee) Course details: BCS Modelling Business Processes Venue: Jen Hotel, 1A Cuscaden Rd, Singapore 249716 About this course This
BCS Modelling Business Process
Duration: 2 Days
Time: 9am – 5pm
Cost: Course $2195 SGD (Including exam fee)
Course details: BCS Modelling Business Processes
Venue: Jen Hotel, 1A Cuscaden Rd, Singapore 249716
About this course
This course prepares delegates for the BCS, Chartered Institute for IT certificate exam in Modelling Business Process. The course includes 16 hours of expert tutor led classroom work including exam preparation, followed by a 1-hour classroom-based written exam. All materials and refreshments, including lunch, will be provided. Pre-course reading and home study work will be sent to delegates prior to the course.
Course Target: Senior and Junior Business Analysts working on software and non-software projects, change consultants, business managers and their staff, process modellers, software developers, project managers and anyone else tasked with delivering project requirements, including either traditional Waterfall or more dynamic Agile working environments. Topics covered include BPMN, process attributes and metrics.
TL;DR: This course will teach you a working FRAMEWORK for business process modelling and arm you with modelling Notation so you can visualise, analyse and improve complex business processes. Business process modelling professionals are highly sought after in the marketplace.
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Course Leader: Cameron O’Connor
Cameron is a veteran of many application development and technology change projects. Cameron is a BCS Accredited Trainer and has taught Requirements Engineering and the other BCS Diploma in Business Analysis modules for over 5 years. He has successfully brought 100s of students through the BCS BA diploma program. Cameron consistently achieves an extremely positive feedback score from delegates on his courses. Cameron brings a lot of energy, insights and innovative learning techniques to his courses. ‘I like to use a collaborative, experiential and storytelling approach to learning and I insist delegates bring energy and a growth mindset to my learning workshops. Looking forward to working with you to achieve your learning and personal growth objectives”.
This course follows the BCS Modelling Business Processes syllabus (2017) course and prepares students to take the accompanying exam on the final day.
april 2 (Thursday) - 3 (Friday) Singapore