BPMN Method and Style Training – December 10-12

BPMN Method and Style Training – December 10-12

December 10-12, 2012 11am-4pm ET/5pm-10pm CET

Have any training budget left for 2012?  Use it or lose it!  There’s still space available in Bruce Silver’s  live-online BPMN Method and Style class, December 10-12 from 11am -4pm (US ET)/8am-1pm (US PT)/5pm-10pm (Europe CET) each day.  No previous modeling experience is required, and you will come out of the training able to construct BPMN models that are not only correct but clear, consistent, and complete.  The class includes hands-on exercises in class using Process Modeler for Visio, an add-in to Visio from itp-commerce, as well as post-class certification.  To support the certification, a 60-day license to the BPMN tool is included in the cost of the class.  We have trained over 1000 people worldwide on the Method and Style approach to BPMN, and the list of certified students is continually growing. Check out the syllabus on the bpmessentials.com website.

BPMN looks a lot like traditional flowcharting, but if you really want to make your models sharable across the organization, you need a bit of training.  You’ll learn the shapes and symbols that are important – it’s really a small subset of the total element set – and when and how to use each one.  You’ll learn the Method – a cookbook procedure for going from a blank page to a complete process model, with a consistent structure in which the process logic is unambiguous from the printed diagram alone.  And you’ll learn about BPMN Style, simple rules of composition and usage reinforced by validation in the tool.  It’s all baked into the training, delivered live, interactively, over the web.  You’ll access the training in a browser window and perform in-class exercises using a BPMN tool in a second window.

Many consultants are getting into the BPMN training business, but why learn BPMN from a guy who read a book when you can learn it from the guy that wrote the book?  The price is $1095 (quantity 1), $995 ea (quantity 5), or $895 (quantity 10+).  Click here for more information, or here to register by credit card.

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