Process Mining Trainings on 9 December and 20/21 January


Have you dived into process mining and just started to see the power of bringing the real processes to life based on data? You are enthusiastic about the possibilities and could already impress some colleagues by showing them a “living” process animation. Perhaps you even took the Process Mining MOOC and got some insights into the complex theory behind the process mining algorithms.

You probably realized that there is a lot more to it than you initially thought. After all, process mining is not just a pretty dashboard that you put up once, but it is a serious analysis technique that is so powerful precisely because it allows you to get insights into the things that you don’t know yet. It needs a process analyst to interpret the results and do something with it to get the full benefit. And like the data scientists say, 80% of the work is in preparing and cleaning the data.

So, how do you make the next step? What data quality issues should you pay attention to, and how do you structure your projects to make sure they are successful? How can you make the business case for using process mining on a day-to-day basis?

We are here to help you. There are two new process mining trainings coming up1.

1-Day Advanced Process Mining Training (in Dutch)

When: Wednesday 9 December 2015 Where: Utrecht, The Netherlands Reserve your seat: Register here

This is a compressed 1-day course, which runs through a complete project in small-step exercises in the afternoon.

The course assumes that you already have some basic understanding of process mining. If you are unsure whether you have enough background to participate in the training, contact Anne to receive self-study materials that will bring you to the required entry level.

2-Day Process Mining Training (in English)

When: Wednesday 20 January and Thursday 21 January 2016 Where: Eindhoven, The Netherlands Reserve your seat: Register here

This is an extended 2-day course, which runs through a complete project in small-step exercises on the second day.

The course is suitable for complete beginners, but if you have already some experience don’t be afraid that it will be boring for you. The introductory part will be quick and we will dive into practical topics and hands-on exercises right away.

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The feedback so far has been great. Here are three quotes from participants of the training:

Practical, insightful, and at times amazing.

I think this course is a must for someone who is working in data-driven analysis of processes. There are many useful hints about real-life projects, even if one is educated and trained in process mining.

Very useful. In two days, if one already has a little background on process pining, you just become an expert, or at least this is how it feels.

The training groups are deliberately kept small and some seats have already been taken, so be quick to make sure you don’t miss your opportunity to become a real process mining expert!

  1. If the dates don’t fit or you prefer an on-site training at your company (also available in Dutch and German), contact Anne to learn more about our corporate training options. ↩︎

Anne Rozinat

Anne Rozinat

Market, customers, and everything else

Anne knows how to mine a process like no other. She has conducted a large number of process mining projects with companies such as Philips Healthcare, Océ, ASML, Philips Consumer Lifestyle, and many others.