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TOGAF® Foundation and Practitioner Training Course Outline

Unit 1: Introduction and Concepts

  • Enterprise
  • Purpose of Enterprise Architecture
  • Benefits of Having an Enterprise Architecture
  • Framework for Enterprise Architecture
  • Architecture Domains
  • Architecture Abstraction in Enterprise Architecture
  • Enterprise Continuum
  • Architecture Repository
  • TOGAF® Content Framework and Enterprise Metamodel
  • Architecture Capability for Enterprise Architecture
  • Risk Management
  • Gap Analysis

Unit 2: Definitions

  • Various Definition
  • Understand Relevant Terminology

Unit 3: Introduction to the ADM Phases

  • TOGAF® ADM and its Phases
  • “Draft” and “Approved” Deliverables
  • Iteration and the ADM
  • Governing the Creation, Development, and Maintenance of Enterprise Architecture
  • How to Scope an Architecture?
  • Architecture Alternatives, Concerns, and Trade-Off
  • Purposes
  • Objectives
  • Information Flow Between ADM Phases
  • How Developing Architecture can be Applied to Support Agile Software Development

Unit 4: Introduction to ADM Techniques

  • How the ADM and Supporting Guidelines and Techniques Relate to Each Other?
  • Purpose: Architecture Principles
  • Template for Architecture Principles
  • What Makes a Good Architecture Principle?
  • Business Scenarios
  • The Purpose of Gap Analysis
  • Interoperability
  • Business Transformation Readiness Assessment
  • Risk Management and the TOGAF® ADM

Unit 5: Introduction to Applying the ADM

  • How to Apply the TOGAF® Standard?
  • Iteration and the ADM
  • The Three Levels of the Architecture Landscape
  • Partitioning to Simplify the Development of an Enterprise Architecture
  • Purpose-Based Architecture Projects
  • Applying the TOGAF® Standard to Support the Digital Enterprise

Unit 6: Introduction to Architecture Governance

  • Architecture Governance
  • Why Architecture Governance is Beneficial?
  • Role of an Architecture Board and its Responsibilities
  • Architecture Contracts
  • Architecture Compliance

Unit 7: Architecture Content

  • Key Concepts: Stakeholders, Concerns, Architecture Views, Architecture Viewpoints, and their Relationships
  • Building Blocks and the ADM
  • The TOGAF® Standard Deliverables Created and Consumed in the TOGAF ADM Phases

Unit 8 – Concepts

  • Enterprise
  • The Purpose of Enterprise Architecture
  • The Benefits of Having an Enterprise Architecture
  • A Framework for Enterprise Architecture
  • Architecture Domains
  • Architecture Abstraction in Enterprise Architecture
  • The Enterprise Continuum
  • The Architecture Repository
  • The TOGAF® Content Framework and Enterprise Metamodel
  • A Architecture Capability for Enterprise Architecture
  • Risk Management
  • Gap Analysis

Unit 9 – Stakeholder Management

  • How to Identify Stakeholders, their Concerns, Views, and the Communication involved?
  • The Use of Architecture Views
  • Stakeholder Engagement and Requirements Management
  • Using Trade-off to Support Architecture Development

Unit 10 – Phase A, the Starting Point

  • Information Necessary to Execute the Architecture Vision Phase
  • How to Apply Phase A and how it Contributes to Architecture Development Work?
  • Security-Specific Architecture Design that is Sufficient — Phase A
  • Outputs Necessary to Proceed with the Architecture Development

Unit 11 – Architecture Development

  • Steps Applicable to all ADM Phases
  • Risk and Security Considerations during the Architecture Development (ADM Phases B to D)
  • Relevant Information to Produce Outputs Valuable to the Architecture Development
  • How to apply Phases B, C, and D, and how they Contribute to the Architecture Development Work
  • Information Relevant to Phase C (Data and Applications) to Produce Outputs for the Architecture Development
  • Information Needed in Phase D to Produce Outputs relevant to the Architecture Development
  • Outputs of Phases B, C, and D Necessary to Proceed with the Architecture Development Work

Unit 12 – Implementing the Architecture

  • Risk and Security Considerations for Phases E, F, and G
  • Steps (Phase E) to Create the Implementation and Migration Strategy
  • Basic Approaches to Implementation
  • Identifying and Grouping Work Packages
  • Creating and Documenting Transition Architectures
  • The Impact of Migration Projects on the Organisation and the Coordination Required
  • Why and how Business Value is Assigned to each Work Package
  • How to Prioritise the Migration Projects (Phase F)
  • Confirm the Architecture Roadmap (Phase F)
  • The outputs of Phase F necessary to Proceed with the Architecture Implementation
  • Inputs to Phase G Implementation Governance
  • How Implementation Governance is Executed (Phase G)
  • Outputs to support Architecture Governance
  • How Architecture Contracts are used to communicate with Implementers?

Unit 13 – Architecture Change Management

  • Inputs Triggering Change Management — Change Requests
  • Activities necessary for Effective Change Management (Stakeholder Management)
  • Outputs Relevant to Proceed with a Change

Unit 14 – Requirements Management

  • Inputs that Feed the Requirements Management Phase
  • How the Requirements Management steps correspond to ADM Phase Steps?
  • Purpose of the Outputs of Requirements Management

Unit 15 – Supporting the ADM Work

  • How The Open Group TOGAF® Library can be used to support the Practitioner’s Work?
  • Business Scenarios
  • Purpose of Compliance Assessments
  • How Migration Planning Techniques are used to Review and Consolidate the Gap Analysis Results from Earlier Phases?
  • How a Repository can be Structured using the TOGAF® Architecture Repository as an example?
  • What to expect in a well-run Architecture Repository?
  • How the concepts of Architecture Levels are used to Organise the Architecture Landscape?
  • Different Levels of Architecture that Exist in an Organisation
  • Determining the Level that an Architecture is being Developed at
  • The Role of Architecture Building Blocks (ABBs)
  • Guidelines and Techniques for Business Architecture
  • Applying Gap Analysis
  • How Iteration can be used in Architecture Practices?
  • How the Implementation Factor Catalogue can be used?
  • The Content Framework and the Enterprise Metamodel
  • When the Architecture Content Framework (ACF) needs to be filled throughout the ADM Cycles
  • Using an Enterprise Metamodel
  • Using a Taxonomy
  • How Risk Assessment can be used?

 

Our TOGAF® Foundation and Practitioner course is accredited by The Open Group.

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Who should attend this TOGAF® Foundation and Practitioner Training?

Individuals seeking a foundational understanding of Enterprise Architecture principles and practices, as well as professionals aiming for a comprehensive knowledge of the TOGAF® framework, should attend the TOGAF® Foundation and Practitioner Training. This includes a list of professionals, such as:

  • Enterprise Architects
  • Solutions Architects
  • IT Architects
  • Business Architects
  • System Architects
  • IT Managers
  • Project Managers
  • IT Consultants
  • Business Analysts
  • IT Planners

Prerequisites of the TOGAF® Foundation and Practitioner Training

There are no formal prerequisites for attending this TOGAF® Foundation and Practitioner Training.

TOGAF® Foundation and Practitioner Training Course Overview

In this TOGAF® Foundation and Practitioner Training course, delegates will gain in-depth knowledge about enterprise architecture governance framework. They will also learn about the procedures, capabilities, duties, and roles that apply to an enterprise architecture team. Delegates will also gain a comprehensive knowledge of identifying stakeholders, their concerns, views, and the communication involved in the business. Individuals will also get familiar with the steps for implementing the architecture, supporting the ADM work, and creating and documenting transition architectures.

Course Objectives:

  • Understand the TOGAF® framework for Enterprise Architecture
  • Navigate the ADM phases for architecture lifecycle management
  • Establish and maintain Enterprise Architecture functions
  • Manage stakeholders and architecture requirements effectively
  • Apply TOGAF® governance and change management practices
  • Align IT with business strategy using TOGAF® standards

After attending this certification course, delegates will be able to transform and manage change using the TOGAF® techniques. They will also be able to manage architecture requirements.

 

Our TOGAF® Foundation and Practitioner course is accredited by The Open Group.

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What’s included in this TOGAF® Foundation and Practitioner Training Course?

  • Applied TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture Practitioner Badge
  • TOGAF® Foundation and Practitioner - Foundation Exam
  • TOGAF® Foundation and Practitioner - Practitioner Exam
  • World-Class Training Sessions from Experienced Instructors
  • TOGAF® Foundation and Practitioner - Foundation Certificate
  • TOGAF® Foundation and Practitioner - Practitioner Certificate
  • Digital Delegate Pack

 

Our TOGAF® Foundation and Practitioner course is accredited by The Open Group.

TOGAF® Foundation and Practitioner - Foundation Exam Information

The TOGAF® Foundation and Practitioner - Foundation exam assesses participants' understanding of the basic concepts and principles of TOGAF®. This certification focuses on evaluating an individual's knowledge of foundational concepts in enterprise architecture and the TOGAF® framework. Once you have completed the course you will then be able to redeem exam vouchers through Pearson Vue.

  • Question Type: Multiple Choice 
  • Total Questions: 40 Questions 
  • Total Marks: 40 Marks 
  • Pass Marks: 60%, or 24/40 Marks 
  • Duration: 60 Minutes 
  • Open Book/Closed Book: Closed book

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The TOGAF® is a trusted and vendor-neutral method that ensures enterprise architecture professionals follow the same standards across the world.
Exams can be booked through Pearson VUE once you have received your exam voucher at the conclusion of your training course. An exam voucher is included in the course. The voucher is valid for a 12-month period.
Yes, The TOGAF® course is accredited by The Open Group.
TOGAF® certified can experience elevated job prospects, career opportunities, and industry credibility, because 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.
This course is recommended for anybody interested in learning more about Enterprise Architecture and TOGAF® and achieving the lauded TOGAF® Certified status. This detailed course enhances a candidate’s awareness of architectural concepts, in addition to learning tailorable system adaptation techniques – enhancing knowledge and employability prospects.
The training fees for TOGAF® Foundation and Practitioner Training certification in Montreal starts from CAD6395
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