All our courses have a strong practical component. The theoretical part is constantly complemented by simulations on real business problems.
The course is mainly focused on practical applications of the TOGAF® architecture framework, which builds on the concepts (basic concepts) and understanding gained in Level 1, and through practical scenarios helps to reinforce the concepts. The objective of the Level 2 certification is to be able to confirm that in addition to a simple understanding and knowledge of TOGAF® EA Foundation, the candidate is able to analyse and put the acquired knowledge into practice.
- Everything required to pass the official TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture Practitioner (Level 2 exam) based on TOGAF® Standard
- At the end of each section of the course, there will be a hands-on exercise to fix the concepts just explained and become familiar with the exam questions.
This course leads to the TOGAF® EA Practitioner certification exam session, the passing of which provides a professional-level qualification in Enterprise Architecture.
Who it is addressed to
- Individuals who wish to learn more about TOGAF® Standard, e.g. System Integrator vendor neutral, Operational, Business and IT Developers, CIOs and IT Managers, Programme and Project Leaders, IT Specialists, Enterprise Architects.
- Professionals who are working in organisations that have adopted TOGAF® standard and are involved in architectural projects and initiatives.
- Architects who will be responsible for the development of architectural artefacts.
- Architects who wish to introduce TOGAF® standard into an existing architecture.
- Architects who wish to obtain a recognised certification to demonstrate an in-depth level of knowledge of TOGAF® standard.
- Anybody interested in learning more about Enterprise Architecture and TOGAF® Standard
Contents of the TOGAF® EA Practitioner course
- Unit 1 - The Context for Enterprise Architecture
- The purpose of this Learning Unit is to help the Enterprise Architecture practitioner understand the context within which they must operate.
Unit 2 - Stakeholder Management
- The purpose of this Learning Unit is to help the Candidate understand how to apply Stakeholder Management.
Unit 3 - Phase A, the Starting Point
- The purpose of this Learning Unit is to help the Candidate understand how to execute the Architecture Vision phase and applicable techniques.
Unit 4 - Architecture Development
- The purpose of this Learning Unit is to help the Candidate understand how to develop the architecture (Phases B, C, and D) and useful techniques.
Unit 5 - Implementing the Architecture
- The purpose of this Learning Unit is to help the Candidate understand how to implement the architecture (Phases E, F, and G) and useful techniques.
Unit 6 - Architecture Change Management
- The purpose of this Learning Unit is to help the Candidate understand Architecture Change Management and the relation to Stakeholder Management.
Unit 7 - Requirements Mgt
- The purpose of this Learning Unit is to help the Candidate understand how to apply the process of managing architecture requirements and the relation to Stakeholder Management.
Unit 8 - Supporting the ADM work
- The purpose of this Learning Unit is to help the Candidate understand which supporting means can be used while executing the ADM.
BITIL.COM lecturers are accredited (Accredited Trainer) by the international training body to teach and supervise exams; specialists in Enterprise Architecture, they are professionals with many years of experience in TOGAF® adoption in medium and large Organization, able to transfer a vendor-independent and totally business-oriented implementation approach.
TOGAF® EA Practitioner course from BITIL.COM is accredited by The Open Group.
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