Monday, 23 November 2009 17:04

Tassc introduces new BPMN training for Enterprise Architect

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Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) is a popular industry standard and an expressive graphical notation that enables business analysts to understand and visually document their business processes.

Tassc now offers new BPMN training combined with Enterprise Architect and UML:

EA for Business Analysts – 1½ days

Ideal for business and systems analysts who already have experience of using BPMN and UML to model and analyse their requirements. This course includes hands-on sessions to produce and document these models in Enterprise Architect.

Business Process Modelling with BPMN and EA – 1 day

Designed for business analysts new to BPMN and Enterprise Architect. Learn BPMN syntax and semantics. Create hierarchical business process models within Enterprise Architect.

UML, BPMN and EA for Business Analysts – 3 days

Designed for business and systems analysts tasked with defining system requirements. Gain a good overall exposure to the main concepts and notations of BPMN and UML. Learn how to express requirements clearly and document them within Enterprise Architect. Includes substantial hands-on sessions within the Enterprise Architect environment. 

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Gillian Adens

Sparx Services UK (Hippo Software)

EA Consultant / Trainer
Gillian Adens is director at Sparx Services UK (Hippo Software), an authorised services partner for Sparx Systems for the UK and Northern Europe. Gillian studied joint honours Mathematics and Computing Science at Glasgow University and is a Chartered IT Professional Member of the British Computer Society. Gillian was one of the first adopters of UML and Sparx EA in the UK (using Sparx EA from V2 onwards). She is also an expert in BPMN and ArchiMate industry standard notations. Gillian currently provides formal training and consulting services to a wide range of organisations. She has considerable experience of software project management, analysis & design and assists clients with the adoption of processes, tools and technologies.
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