APS Modeling: BPMN Level 1

APS Modeling: BPMN Level 1

This course provides an introduction to the BPMN constructs that are most commonly used when developing business process models.

About this course

Overview

This course provides an introduction to the BPMN constructs that are most commonly used when developing business process models. This set of constructs is known as the BPMN Descriptive Conformance Sub-class or BPMN Level 1.

What Will I Learn?

The learning objectives that are covered by this course are:

  • What is a BPMN Level?
  • Overview of BPMN Levels
  • Descriptive v. Analytic Process Modeling
  • Start Events
  • End Events
  • Sequence Flows
  • User Tasks
  • Manual Tasks
  • Service Tasks
  • Gateways
  • Sub-processes
  • Pools and Lanes
  • Message Flows
  • Text Annotations

Target Audience

This course is targeted at the following roles:

  • Business Analysts
  • Developers
  • Architects

Time Required: ~20 minutes

Applicable Product Versions: 1.0 - 1.9

Difficulty: Foundation

Prerequisite Knowledge

This course is a foundational course designed to introduce students to BPMN. It is presumed that the student has already taken the following course:

Prerequisite Resources

Not Applicable

Curriculum20 Minutes

  • Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Prerequisites
  • BPMN Level 1
  • What is a BPMN Level?
  • Overview of BPMN Levels
  • Descriptive vs. Analytic
  • Start Events
  • End Events
  • Sequence Flows
  • User Tasks
  • Manual Tasks
  • Service Tasks
  • Gateways
  • Sub Processes
  • Pools & Lanes
  • Message Flows
  • Annotations
  • Conclusion
  • Review
  • References
  • Next Steps
  • Course Survey

About this course

Overview

This course provides an introduction to the BPMN constructs that are most commonly used when developing business process models. This set of constructs is known as the BPMN Descriptive Conformance Sub-class or BPMN Level 1.

What Will I Learn?

The learning objectives that are covered by this course are:

  • What is a BPMN Level?
  • Overview of BPMN Levels
  • Descriptive v. Analytic Process Modeling
  • Start Events
  • End Events
  • Sequence Flows
  • User Tasks
  • Manual Tasks
  • Service Tasks
  • Gateways
  • Sub-processes
  • Pools and Lanes
  • Message Flows
  • Text Annotations

Target Audience

This course is targeted at the following roles:

  • Business Analysts
  • Developers
  • Architects

Time Required: ~20 minutes

Applicable Product Versions: 1.0 - 1.9

Difficulty: Foundation

Prerequisite Knowledge

This course is a foundational course designed to introduce students to BPMN. It is presumed that the student has already taken the following course:

Prerequisite Resources

Not Applicable

Curriculum20 Minutes

  • Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Prerequisites
  • BPMN Level 1
  • What is a BPMN Level?
  • Overview of BPMN Levels
  • Descriptive vs. Analytic
  • Start Events
  • End Events
  • Sequence Flows
  • User Tasks
  • Manual Tasks
  • Service Tasks
  • Gateways
  • Sub Processes
  • Pools & Lanes
  • Message Flows
  • Annotations
  • Conclusion
  • Review
  • References
  • Next Steps
  • Course Survey