TOGAF Foundation and Certified

TOGAF 9.2 Course Outline

Course Overview

Our TOGAF 9.2 Examination Preparation course covers both the Foundation and Certified Levels (Level 1 and Level 2)  
This intensive course covers the entire syllabus for the TOGAF 9.2 Foundation and Certified Levels, preparing candidates for the TOGAF Level 1 and Level 2 examinations. The course is enhanced with case studies that demonstrate how TOGAF is used in context.

Numerous examples of architecture deliverables and Artifacts are provided throughout the course, thus providing candidates not only with theoretical knowledge of TOGAF, but also its practical application.

Sample exam questions and answers for Level 1 and Level 2 are given throughout the course to help better prepare candidates for their TOGAF 9.2 exam. In addition, the course concludes with a full mock exam for both Level1 and level 2.

Target Audience

IT Management & IT Architects, Application and Information Architects, Portfolio, Programme and Project Managers, Infrastructure Architects, Operational - Business and System Owners, Business Analysts.

Course Benefits

Comprehensive preparation for certification exam,  Detailed understanding of Enterprise Architecture and the TOGAF,  Understanding of the role of the Enterprise Architect and EA governance,  Knowledge of EA deliverables and Artifacts, Use of a modelling tool to produce EA results, Use of the TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM) for producing EA,  Understanding of how to adapt the TOGAF ADM to different types of architecture engagements  and enterprises’ contexts, Understanding of how to incorporate SOA thinking into TOGAF,  Appreciation of the benefits of Enterprise Architecture and how to realise them.

The course will include a variety of teaching methods: lecture sessions, group discussions, group work on a case study, sample exam questions (both multiple choice and based), case study reviews and feedback, and a complete mock examination.

Length of Course and Timings

The length of the course is 5 days.  The course will begin at 09.00 and end at 17.00.
There will be a lunch break and further short breaks in the morning and afternoon.

Course Outline

•    Management Overview
•    The TOGAF®9 Components
•    An Introduction to the Architecture Development Method
•    The Enterprise Continuum
•    The Architecture Repository
•    The Architecture Content Framework
•    The Architecture Content Metamodel
•    The Preliminary Phase
•    Architecture Governance
•    Business Scenarios
•    Stakeholder Management
•    Architecture Views and Viewpoints
•    Building Blocks and the ADM
•    Phase A: Architecture Vision and Implementation Support Techniques
•    Phase B: Business Architecture
•    Phase C: Information Systems Architectures
•    Phase C: Data Architecture
•    Phase C: Applications Architecture, and the III-RM
•    Phase D: Technology Architecture and Foundation Architecture
•    Phase E:  Opportunities and Solutions and Planning Techniques
•    Phase F: Migration Planning and Techniques
•    Phase G: Implementation Governance
•    Phase H: Architecture Change Management
•    ADM Requirements Management
•    Architecture Partitioning
•    Guidelines for Adapting the ADM: Iteration and Levels
•    Guidelines for Adapting the ADM: Security
•    Guidelines for Adapting the ADM: SOA
•    Architecture Maturity Models
•    Architecture Skills Framework