TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture is the global standard for Enterprise Architecture. The TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture framework enables organisations to effectively address critical business needs by:
The TOGAF® 9 Certified qualification is achieved through passing two exams, following a course of self-study or attendance at an Accredited Training Course. The best way to pass the TOGAF® exams is to attend a TOGAF® classroom training course.
Achieving the certified TOGAF® status demonstrates that you possess the required knowledge to apply the concepts of TOGAF® to an enterprise architecture and technology environment. The Enterprise Architecture TOGAF® course is fully accredited with The Open Group. Attending a classroom training course is the most effective way to absorb the TOGAF material and increase your chances of passing the TOGAF® architecture exam.
TOGAF® certified Enterprise Architects can experience elevated job prospects, career opportunities, and industry credibility, as a result of their enhanced certified knowledge. Other benefits are that TOGAF® courses allow candidates to understand and initiate information system projects that are repetitive and fit for purpose. Also, TOGAF® training allows individuals to converse using a common terminology-based language - reducing conflict and elevating productivity.
“For passing the TOGAF exam this course is definitely a must do as the practical scenarios laid out in the class makes it easy to do the scenarios in the exam.” - Enterprise Architect
“Attending this course saved me about six months of study. This course is a faster and more effective mechanism to absorb the material than self study alone.” - Major Telco; Senior IT Business Analyst
“Fantastic experience from beginning to end. The instructor’s knowledge and anecdotes helped take the course to another level. I now feel prepared to undertake the TOGAF exams.” – Solution Architect
Our accredited training course covers all of the TOGAF® Standard Version 9.2 Key Learning Points as defined in the Open Group’s TOGAF® Standard Version 9.2 curriculum. Included within this are the following subject areas:
The structure of the course is as follows:
Structure of the TOGAF® Standard
Part I: Introduction
Part II: Architecture Development Method
Part III: ADM Guidelines and Techniques
Part IV: Architecture Content Framework
Part V: Enterprise Continuum and Tools
Part VI: Architecture Capability Framework
Structure of the TOGAF® Standard Library
Section 1: Foundation Documents
Section 2: Generic Guidelines and Techniques
Section 3: Industry-Specific Guidance and Techniques
Section 4: Organisation-Specific Guidance and Techniques
TOGAF® is a registered trademark of The Open Group
TOGAF Standard, Version 9.2 is a great improvement on Version 9.1. The materials and flow in the latest release now has a more understandable, direct bearing on architecture practice and architecture consulting in general. The latest release supports the primacy of business thinking in architecture rather than a focus on IT, which was often how enterprise architecture has been seen.
The major changes that have been released in TOGAF Standard Version 9.2 include;
TOGAF 9 certified practitioners do not have to sit a new exam (as was the case with the bridge from 8 to 9). The additional or changed material is extremely useful and valuable to learn. If you would like to show that you have “up-to-date knowledge”, then The Open Group has introduced the TOGAF Essentials 2018 credential that leads to an open badge.
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