Business Process Management Training | Sheridan
Things you’ll do and learn
– Develop business processes to achieve organizational goals.
– Integrate appropriate technologies for analysis and development of business processes.
– Create sound business arguments, using financial and cost analysis to justify any process change.
– Use SAP enterprise resource planning software (Sheridan is a member of the SAP University Alliances program).
– Case Studies: allow you to explore practical situations in a structured learning environment.
– Industry Project: As part of a small consulting team, you’ll tackle a real business problem with a client company.
– Co-op: At the end of the academic portion of the program, you may apply to participate in a work term to gain further hands-on experience.
To accommodate the schedule of working adults, this program is delivered in an alternative mode. Classes meet two evenings a week, Saturday mornings (in the fall term), in addition to three intensive one-week sessions (one in each of October, December and April). The remainder of the program is presented in a convenient online format.
Sheridan’s Business Process Management Graduate Certificate program is accredited by the Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council through its National Accreditation Program (the NAP).
The NAP recognizes educational offerings in supply chain-related topics that meet the Council’s standards for accreditation, created with significant input from supply chain stakeholders. The standards are based on national and international best practices and principles, and include requirements for course/program needs assessment, design, development, delivery and student evaluation. As an accredited program, Sheridan’s Business Process Management Graduate Certificate program meets all of those standards.
The Business Process Management Graduate Certificate is also affiliated with the International Institute of Business Analysts (IIBA).
The program focuses on manufacturing, supply chain, financial services and health care industries, in both the public and private sectors.