Process Mapping Using BPMN


IAG in partnership with BPM3 Inc. is pleased to offer this 1 day course on mapping your business processes using BPMN 2.0. This course will be taken in a classroom setting with an option to participate virtually. This course is designed to help your Business Analysts map your organisation’s processes using the world standard notation, BPMN 2.0. This will help your BAs become much more proficient in improving processes, gathering requirements, and communicating effectively with your business users. IAG reserves the right to cancel the course and return attendees fees if the minimum enrollment is not reached 3 days prior to the course offering.




Business Analysts, Process Analysts, Business Users, Project Managers




1 Day



7 PDU’s/CDU’s


5 Stars


$895 ($795 early bird special for paid registrations four weeks in advance)


September 13, 2016


This course is designed to help you and your organization strengthen your business planning process by applying best practice business architecture methods and techniques.
  • Understand what is involved in mapping your processes and who (including stakeholders) should be involved
  • Be able to communicate, simply and effectively with your business users
  • Know how deep to go when developing AS IS and TO BE process maps
  • How BPMN can make gathering business requirements much more efficient
  • See how mapping processes contributes to understanding and consensus between business and IT

Specifically, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the symbols used in BPMN and which ones to use with your business or technical audiences
  • Understand the role process mapping plays in process improvement and requirements gathering
  • Relate process maps to use cases
  • Understand the role that process maps play in scoping out the requirements gathering portion of a project
  • Know when and how to use the common BPMN symbols including:
  •     Events
  •     Activities
  •     Gateways
  •     Sequence and Message flows
  •     Expanded and collapsed sub-processes
  •     Swimlanes and pools and many more
  • Identify process owners and the role they play in the process
  • Break down high level end to end processes into their appropriate components
  • Determine how to identify requirements down to the use case / activity level and where they fit in the overall process
  • Identify critical data and how it fits in each process
  • Identify Best Practices when mapping your processes
  • Map processes that business users and IT folks will be able to understand

1. Click here. You will be directed to our e-store.

a) Select the course and class dates
b) Enter the participant name and email address
c) Add to shopping cart
d) Repeat for additional participants
e) Select the Personalized Exercise Review option if desired
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2. You will receive a series of email confirming your payment and with instructions and form to complete your registration

a) If applicable, complete the form to choose the AM or PM session for each of the days
b) Sign on to the class workspace to receive the course materials
c) Follow instructions to test audio and video quality prior to the session. (note: a headset with microphone is required)

3. If you have any questions at any time call of email us.

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