Business process models have increasingly gained importance within today's rapidly changing whilst competitive business environments. Process modeling languages provide graphical means to depict, communicate and reflect real-world phenomena. With the advent of business process modeling a range of process modeling languages (such as BPMN, Event-driven Process Chains or S-BPM) as well as training programs for different process modeling languages have been developed. However, appropriate BPM education (cf. ) as well as the discussion "what and how to teach modeling" (cf. ) are still topics requiring further investigations and developments. In this contribution an e-learning approach towards the education of process modeling is presented based-on requirements derived from related work on educating modeling and e-learning. Furthermore, the developed learning approach will be illustrated within different usage scenarios.