Learn how to analyse,
model and design
Why model business processes ?
- to communicate with development teams
- to communicate with clients
- to avoid ambiguity when using written text
Modelling is clear, precise, specific.
Turns business requirements into specifications.
In this course you’ll learn simple yet powerful
techniques for modelling any type of business process.
Warehouse Data Model
You’ll learn how
to specify the Process 2.1 Record Job
business rules for
a process. For each JOB-ORDER
Output AGENT-NAME *for verification*
Record JOB-ORDER on JOB
Learn how to model the data needed to support
business processes and avoid data duplication.
Describe exactly what a
system must do...
Separate essential business functions
from implementation constraints.
Learn how to describe a complete business process
using 4 techniques:
• Process model DATA FLOW
• Business rules
• Data model
• Data definition DATA MODEL
The techniques you learn on this course can be used
for any type of system – mainframe, client/server,
web services, PC – even manual processes.
The business models you produce are logical
specifications and can be implemented in multiple
ways - after all, you're modelling the business not
specifying the hardware and software.
You’ll be able to communicate confidently with
developers and still be able to talk in business terms
with clients and end-users.
quot;Excellent course to introduce you to the world of business
Business Analyst, AGL
quot;Fantastic course - good content, well presented, easy to
Business Analyst, IBM
quot;Experience and confidence gained by the participants can
already be seenquot;
Director, Dept. Veteran's Affairs
quot;One of the best I've attended. Clear, concise and well delivered.
Great to see an instructor with such energyquot;
Senior BA, Thomson Legal & Regulatory
IRM's Business Analysis course is learn by doing…
practical, hands-on, intensive…fun!
This course runs regularly in Sydney,
Melbourne, Canberra & Brisbane.
For dates and bookings, please visit our website:
03 9533 2300