What is the Exam Pass Guarantee
Our exam pass guarantee gives you confidence that we will support your learning until you pass your TOGAF exam. We guarantee that you will pass your TOGAF exam after completing our TOGAF course. All we require is for you to take the exam within 30 days of completing the course. Attend all course days and complete all course assignments, including your TOGAF practice exams. If you do not pass the exam after the 1st attempt, we will allow you to attend the course again free of charge. Should you fail the exam on your 2nd attempt, you will be eligible to enrol in the course again, free of charge. TOGAF examination results must be verified to confirm re-enrolment and is subject to availability.
Which course is best for me?
To become TOGAF 9.1 Certified – Please select the TOGAF 9.1 Certified (Part 1 & 2) Duration 4 days
Is the course accredited?
Yes by The Open Group
What’s included in the TOGAF training course?
Official accredited Course materials, Training by TOGAF accredited subject expert and Exam Vouchers
How long are the Exam Vouchers valid for?
Only valid for 12 months
Where can I book the exams?
Candidates can book their exam through Pro-metric test centres using the exam voucher provided
How is the exam is structured?
The TOGAF 9.1 Part 1 section is CLOSED Book. The TOGAF 9.1 Part 2 Section 2 is OPEN Book
TOGAF® Version 9.1 - 'The Book' (ISBN: 9789087536794)
What is TOGAF Certification?
Obtaining the TOGAF Certification by The Open Group will enable you to engage techniques that are deployed within the world of Enterprise and IT Architecture. This certification demonstrates your ability of having an in-depth understanding of Enterprise and IT Architecture. TOGAF Certification is now recognised as being critical in building services for IT Architecture. Based on the latest version 9, The Knowledge Academy offer the tools required to work towards The Open Group’s industry recognised standard methods and framework. Having gained the understanding, The Knowledge Academy will also provide you with the TOGAF examination to certify yourself within the IT Architecture environment.
What are the pre-requisites for the Part 1 and Part 2 exams?
TOGAF 9 Level 1 pre-requisites While there are no formal requirements for entry to the L1 course we do expect a familiarity with IS/IT and a background in technical analysis. We would suggest that people considering this course should have at least 1 years’ experience working in, or involved with, Enterprise planning environments. IS/IT analysts and architects, Business Analysts, Senior Business and IT management have found thiscourse beneficial in the past TOGAF9 Level 2 pre-requisites Delegates for the Level 2 course should have a solid understanding of the basics of TOGAF including the methodology (ADM), terminology, and common tools. Attendees of the TOGAF Level 1 course will be deemed as having the requisite understanding.Note: You cannot attempt the L2 exam until you have passed the L1 exam
The Knowledge Academy
The target audience for TOGAF 9.1 Foundation (Level 1) training includes but is not limited to:
- Individuals who require a basic understanding of TOGAF 9.1
- Professionals who are working in roles associated with an architecture project such as those responsible for planning, execution, development, delivery and operation;
- Architects who are looking for a first introduction to TOGAF 9.1
- Architects who want to achieve Level 2 certification in a stepwise approach
TOGAF 9 Level 1 pre-requisites
While there are no formal requirements for entry to the L1 course we do expect a familiarity with IS/IT and a background in technical analysis. We would suggest that people considering this course should have at least 1 years’ experience working in, or involved with,
Enterprise planning environments. IS/IT analysts and architects, Business Analysts, Senior Business and IT management have found thiscourse beneficial in the past
TOGAF9 Level 2 pre-requisites
Delegates for the Level 2 course should have a solid understanding of the basics of TOGAF including the methodology (ADM), terminology, and common tools. Attendees of the TOGAF Level 1 course will be deemed as having the requisite understanding.Note: You cannot attempt the L2 exam until you have passed the L1 exam
The target audience for TOGAF 9.1 Certified (Level 2) training includes but is not limited to:
- Individuals who require a deeper understanding of TOGAF 9.1
- Professionals who are working in an organization where TOGAF 9.1 has been adopted and who need to participate in architecture projects and initiatives
- Architects who will be responsible for developing architecture artifacts
- Architects who wish to introduce TOGAF 9.1 into an architecture practice
- Architects who want to achieve a recognized qualification to demonstrate their detailed knowledge of TOGAF 9TOGAF 9.1 – Practitioner (Part 1 & 2) Course Content
The TOGAF 9.1 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 Views and Viewpoints
Building Blocks and the ADM
Architecture Implementation Support Techniques
Phase A: Architecture Vision
Phase B: Business Architecture
Phase B: Business Architecture – Catalogs, Diagrams and Matrices
Phase C: Information Systems Architecture
Phase C: Data Architecture
Phase C: Data Architecture – Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams
The Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model
Phase C: Applications Architecture
Phase C: Applications Architecture – Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams
Phase D: Technology Architecture
Phase D: Technology Architecture – Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams
Migration Planning Techniques
Phase E: Opportunities and Solutions
Phase F: Migration Planning
Phase G: Implementation Governance
Phase H: Architecture Change Management
ADM Requirements Management
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
- The Knowledge Academy Courseware Book
- Complementary TOGAF® Exam
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Classroom Based Training
Whilst online base training has many advantages there are also several hindrances to taking this approach. The most common being the lack of direct and immediate access to an instructor. Should you find yourself unable to progress or need clarification on an aspect of your course you would have to start an email correspondence and wait for a reply. This can be incredibly interrupting to your learning, especially if you find yourself motivated, enthusiastic and raring to go only to find yourself sitting around hoping for a swift response from your instructor.
Consequently, this is the biggest advantage to classroom training. In a classroom environment there is an element of teamwork and interaction that online teaching cannot replicate. The fact that there are others around you in the same situation can be a fantastic motivator, giving you instant access to the instructor and the opportunity to take part in debates and discussions about your course, reinforcing what you are learning along the way.
Unfortunately these advantages can pass by some students. It can sometimes be difficult for an instructor to recognise and engage some people, especially those that may be shy or introverted. Those who are more vocal can dominate discussions and potentially drown out the quieter members of a classroom, partly negating the advantages of the social aspect of classroom learning.
The biggest difference between the two, and the main reason that online courses have received a boom in popularity is that unlike classroom training, online courses can reach hundreds to even thousands more people at once in a swift and effective manner. This method ensures consistency in the course content, and for the companies training, a steady stream of data that helps them ascertain what is and isn’t working in their courses, helping them to develop, adapt, and provide a better service moving forward.
Ultimately, the decision of which approach to choose is entirely down to the customer. If you think that you have the desire and motivation to milk every last drop of learning possible from an online course, then it may just be the best approach for you.
However, if you prefer a social aspect to your learning and the possibility to bounce ideas off others in the same position as you, as well as instant and constructive advice from a tutor, perhaps a classroom based approach is the optimal route.
Fortunately at The Knowledge Academy we offer expert training in both approaches to learning. We have an efficient customer service department we do our best to ensure that you get the best result possible from whatever course you decide to take. When all is said and done, our priority is that you receive first-rate training that enables you to move forward better prepared and in a far better position than which you first contacted us in.