TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture: Foundation & Practitioner – eLearning

Key Features

  • TOGAF® Standard, 10th Edition
  • Fully accredited
  • Exam voucher included
  • Course duration: 30+ hours
  • Access period: 12 months
  • Tutor support
  • Quizzes & Practice exams
  • Mobile compatible

Learn the TOGAF® Standard, 10th Edition to develop transformative enterprises that are purpose driven, people led, adaptive and resilient! Propel your career with the next-generation skills for Enterprise Architecture (EA) including Agile Architecture, The Digital Enterprise and Design Thinking.

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TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture: Foundation & Practitioner – eLearning


This Enterprise Architecture Foundation and Practitioner course is based on material from the updated TOGAF® Standard, 10th Edition. It covers all the Foundation and Practitioner (Parts 1 and 2) syllabus

The TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture Foundation part of the course explores the core concepts and principles of the TOGAF® standard, diving deep into the phases of the Architecture Development Method (ADM) which sits at the heart of the framework. Any individual or organisation with an aspiration to implement industry-leading Enterprise Architecture practices should have a solid understanding of the TOGAF standard.

The TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture Practitioner part of the course explores the core concepts and principles of the TOGAF® standard in detail. It also provides practitioners the opportunity to apply TOGAF® concepts to a range of Architecture problems.

This fully-accredited online course offers a range of self-paced micro-learning videos, formative quizzes and applied practice.

The practice exams and other training resources are designed to equip learners to pass the TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture Foundation and Practitioner exams on their first attempt – and feel confident in the practical application of their new knowledge.

Who is this course aimed at?

  • Anyone looking for an introduction to the TOGAF® Standard, 10th edition or the new TOGAF Enterprise Architecture certification scheme
  • Professionals working in architectural roles who want to achieve a globally recognised qualification
  • Enterprise architects looking to contribute to or lead a team engaged in Enterprise Architecture activities
  • Prospective Enterprise Architects wishing to gain a full TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture certification
  • Anyone seeking to sit and pass the official TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture Part 1 and 2 exams on their first attempt

Why should you take this course?

  • The course is self-paced, so students can structure learning around their own schedules
  • Content is divided into easily digestible videos
  • Consistent review of topics covered in Comprehension Check questions
  • Practice exams and regular knowledge checks help students prepare for the certification exam
  • Successful students will be able to demonstrate their understanding of the core TOGAF Enterprise Architecture principles and concepts. This will help them contribute to and support EA teams
  • Passing the Foundation (Part 1) exam allows students to move on to the Practitioner (Part 2) examination
  • The TOGAF Enterprise Architecture Learning Studies enables candidates to show they can use the TOGAF Standard in different organisational scenarios.
  • Successful completion of the TOGAF Learning Studies allows candidates to obtain The Open Group Applied Enterprise Architecture Practitioner badge
  • Successful students can demonstrate their understanding of the core TOGAF Enterprise Architecture principles and concepts. This will help them contribute to EA teams
  • Worried about TOGAF certification costs? This course comes with a FREE exam voucher and a FREE resit (T&Cs apply).
  • The course is fully accredited by The Open Group

TOGAF® is a registered trademark of The Open Group.
TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture: Foundation and Practitioner delivered by Good e-Learning is a course accredited by The Open Group. EA Learning promotes this course for Good e-Learning


TOGAF Enterprise Architecture Foundation

Module 0: Welcome to TOGAF Enterprise Architecture Foundation
Module 0 introduces you to the course main features, learning plan, aims and objectives, and structure. It also offers a course guide, diagram packs, a further reading and links document and links to download essential copies of the framework publications.

Module 1: Concepts
Module 1 answers several fundamental questions, such as “What is an enterprise?”, “Why is an Enterprise Architecture needed?” and “Why use the TOGAF Standard as a framework for Enterprise Architecture?” The module also introduces the core concepts of the TOGAF Standard, including an initial outline of the Architecture Development Method (ADM), the Enterprise Continuum, Architecture Repository, Content Framework, Enterprise Metamodel and Enterprise Capability.

Module 2: Introduction to the ADM
Module two explains the basic structure of the ADM and explores the governance and scoping of Enterprise Architecture.

Module 3: Phases of the ADM
Module 3 outlines the purpose and objectives of each of the phases of the ADM: the Preliminary Phase and Phases A-H. It also explains Requirements Management and architecture in an Agile Enterprise.

Module 4: Introduction to ADM techniques
Module 4 introduces the ADM supporting guidelines and techniques. It outlines the purpose of Architecture Principles and what makes a good Architecture Principle. It goes on to explain business scenarios, interoperability, the Business Transformation Readiness Assessment and risk management.

Module 5: Introduction to applying the ADM
Module 5 explains where to find detailed guidance on applying the TOGAF Standard, how to apply iteration to the ADM, the Architecture Landscape, Architecture Partitioning and the purposes of EA Capability. The module concludes with an explanation of how the TOGAF Standard supports the digital enterprise.

Module 6: Introduction to Architecture Governance
Module 6 explains the concept of Architecture Governance, focusing first on its nature and characteristics. It then describes the role and responsibilities of an Architecture Board along with the role of Architecture Contracts and Architecture Compliance.

Module 7: Architecture content
Module 7 focuses on Architecture content — the outputs produced while executing the ADM. It begins by defining key concepts of Architectural Artifacts, what building blocks are and their use in the ADM. It then describes the TOGAF Standard deliverables created and consumed in different ADM phases.

Module 8: The practice exams
There are two practice exams. One has been provided by The Open Group. The other has been created by Good e-Learning.

Module 9: TOGAF Enterprise Architecture: Foundation wrap-up
Module 9 provides information on booking the exam and other courses of interest.

TOGAF Enterprise Architecture Practitioner

Module 0: Welcome to TOGAF Enterprise Architecture: Practitioner
Module 0 introduces you to the main features of the course, including:

  • learning plan
  • aims and objectives
  • structure.

This course provides a course guide, diagram packs, and further reading and links documents. Additionally, there are links to download essential framework publications.

Module 1: The context of Enterprise Architecture
Module 1 defines what Enterprise Architecture is and looks at Architecture Governance and Architecture Security. The module includes a scenario, where individuals can demonstrate application of their knowledge.

Module 2: Enterprise Architecture in digital contexts
Module 2 looks at how Agile development and digital business is managed in TOGAF and iteration in the TOGAF method. The module includes a scenario, where individuals can demonstrate application of their knowledge.

Module 3: Phase A – The starting point and stakeholder management
Module 3 looks at Phase A of the ADM and how stakeholders are managed during Architecture work. It explores key aspects of phase A, Architecture views and viewpoints and alternatives and trade-offs. The module includes a scenario, where individuals can demonstrate application of their knowledge.

Module 4: Architecture development
Module 4 explores Phases B, C and D of the ADM. It looks at the inputs, outputs, steps and approach for each phase. It also explores security concerns related to each phase. The module includes a scenario, where individuals can demonstrate application of their knowledge.

Module 5: Implementing the Architecture
Module 5 explores Phases E, F and G of the ADM. It looks at the inputs, outputs, steps and approach for each phase. It also explores security concerns related to each phase. The module includes a scenario, where individuals can demonstrate application of their knowledge.

Module 6: Architecture Change Management and Requirements Management
Module 6 looks at how Change is Managed in Phase H of the ADM. It also covers how requirements are managed throughout the ADM in the Requirements Management Phase. The module includes a scenario, where individuals can demonstrate application of their knowledge.

Module 7: Supporting the ADM work
Module 7 looks at key concepts that support the ADM. These include Business Scenarios, Migration Planning Techniques, Compliance reviews and the Architecture Landscape.

Module 8: The Architecture Repository and Enterprise Metamodel
Module 8 explores the Architecture Repository and the Enterprise Metamodel, which is used to organize Architecture content. The module includes a scenario, where individuals can demonstrate application of their knowledge.

Module 9: Application and Exam Preparation
Module 9 contains a series of exam preparation exercises based on real-world scenarios and a timed practice exam.

Module 10: Course TOGAF Enterprise Architecture: Practitioner wrap up
Module 10 provides information on booking the exam and other courses of interest.



The TOGAF Enterprise Architecture Foundation and Practitioner course covers:

  • The concepts of Enterprise Architecture and the TOGAF Standard
  • The key terminology of the TOGAF Standard
  • The Architecture Development Method (ADM) cycle and the objectives of each phase, and how to adapt and scope the ADM for use
  • The techniques available to support application of the ADM Applying the ADM, including use of iteration, partitioning and application in a Digital enterprise
  • How Architecture Governance contributes to architecture development
  • Architecture content — the outputs produced while executing the ADM

Individuals completing the Practitioner level will be able to demonstrate the ability to apply:

  • The TOGAF approach to transform and manage change
  • The TOGAF method to a variety of transformation efforts in an organization
  • TOGAF techniques to current and future architecture projects


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