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BCS Modelling Business Processes: The Knowledge Academy

BCS Modelling Business Processes: The Knowledge Academy - 1333

The Modelling Business Processes training course concentrates on improving the delegates’ ability to analyse and improve business processes through the use of practical business analysis techniques. Furthermore, this course shows delegates how to implement varying process modelling strategies, including the organisational view and more detailed models.

This course covers modelling approaches towards change, which are used to accomplish heightened quality of services and improved efficiency. By attending this course, delegates will acquire business operations knowledge that can be subsequently used to analyse systems and identify where improvement is needed. They will be fully prepared to assist in the progress of change in a practical manner. Fundamental modelling process skills will be developed as well as a range of frameworks that they can implement in their own department.

There are a number of objectives associated with this course. It is expected that by the end of this Modelling Business Processes training course, delegates will be able to:

  • Discuss business process improvement concepts and procedures
  • Analyse business operations and evaluate their objectives and efficiency
  • Investigate processes and how job roles are performed
  • Implement measures to achieve process improvement
  • Interpret structures for remodelling processes

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