Business Process Management Certification Online.
Process managers play a key role in both driving business operations forward and facilitating long-term success. Brands and businesses across all sectors rely on process managers to plan, implement, monitor, assess and optimise a variety of key processes. The position is one of significant challenges and enormous responsibility, though presents near-limitless dynamic career prospects. Demand for those with the relevant skills, talents and experience has never been higher on a global basis. Quite simply, there’s never been a better time to consider working toward a career in professional business process management.
This business process management certification online, provides the perfect basis upon which to build outstanding competencies in a truly invaluable professional discipline. Over the course of seven intensive units, course content on this business process management online course, gradually guides candidates through the fundamentals of business process management and the role of the working professional. Each of the sixth key phases is explored in-depth and considered in conjunction with all others – Vision, Design, Modelling, Execution, Monitoring and Optimising.
Upon completion, successful candidates will benefit from a significant edge over the competition and a wide variety of potential career opportunities to explore.
This process improvement certification online, is delivered over seven in-depth modules:
Module 1 – The Fundamentals of Business Process Management
The course begins by guiding candidates through the most important core elements and fundamentals of contemporary business process management. Along with a brief outline of the recent history and evolution of process management, candidates are provided with an insightful introduction to the enterprise content management model and professional business analysis.
Module 2 – The Vision Phase
Course Module 2 focuses specifically on the ‘Vision’ phase in respect to contemporary process management. Key concepts explored and discussed include the definition of vision, the creation of a vision, effectively sharing/exploring a vision and how shared vision can ultimately yield superior results.
Module 3 – The Design Phase
Candidates are then introduced to the ‘Design’ phase in Module 3, which incorporates an exploration of information-gathering techniques, effective flow chart use and the role of the process map. Course content also discusses current and future process-determining techniques.
Module 4 – The Modelling Phase
The following course module moves onto the ‘Modelling’ phase, which includes an investigation into the core specifics and benefits of ‘what-if’ analysis. Design-testing is also introduced and discussed, along with the benefits of interactive design and an exploration of breakdown modelling.
Module 5 – The Execution Phase
Process implementation and the automation of processes represent the primary core topics of Module 5, in which candidates dissect the ‘Execution’ phase. Along with workflow engine implementation, candidates are introduced to the key steps involved in process-automation and the benefits/disadvantages of automating processes.
Module 6 – The Monitoring Phase
Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) represents the central theme in Module 6, which guides candidates through the specifics of the ‘Monitoring’ phase. The concept of process mining is discussed at length, along with the role and importance of the balanced scorecard.
Module 7 – The Optimising Phase
Closing the course, the ‘Optimising’ phase is broken down and investigated in Module 7. Along with a comprehensive discussion of the six steps of effective business process improvement, candidates study the fundamentals of Six Sigma, lean process improvement and more.
At the end of this course successful learners will receive a Certificate of Achievement from the Quality Licence Scheme and a Learner Unit Summary (which lists the components the learner has completed as part of the course).
This course and/or training programme has been endorsed by the Quality Licence Scheme for its high-quality, non-regulated provision and training programmes. This course and/or training programme is not regulated by Ofqual and is not an accredited qualification. Your training provider will be able to advise you on any further recognition, for example progression routes into further and/or higher education. For further information please visit the Learner FAQs on the Quality Licence Scheme website.