EA Basics

In addition to the courses in the three focal areas (business architecture, storytelling and facilitation, and modeling) of our offering, we also provide training courses on foundational aspects and frameworks for enterprise architecture (EA) management. This includes an EA foundation course, which offers an introduction into enterprise architecture as a practice along with guidelines for establishing it, and a TOGAF® training course, which makes you familiar with the internationally known TOGAF® standard from The Open Group and provides you with a comprehensive preparation for certification.

Foundation Course:
Enterprise Architecture

Our Enterprise Architecture (EA) foun­da­tion course provides a basic understanding of how to establish and operate an EA capability. In particular, it offers a struc­tured overview of EA domains and content, typical views and deliverables, tasks and activities, and ways of organizing archi­tecture work and aligning this with related practices. It also includes an intro­duction into enterprise architecture frame­works and standards that can be used to accel­erate the setup of an EA capability. The course caters to practi­tion­ers looking for a solid introduction into enterprise archi­tecture and for guidelines for the design and implementation of an EA capability.

  • EA domains and content
  • EA views and deliverables
  • EA tasks and activities
  • EAM-Ergebnistypen
  • EA organization and integration with related practices
  • Guidelines for establishing an EA capability
  • Overview of EA frameworks and standards

currently no dates scheduled for this course to be held in English

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Training Course:
TOGAF® 9.2 (Level 1+2)

Our TOGAF® training course provides a comprehensive introduction into the TOGAF® standard. It guides you through the major components of the framework and helps you understand their use based on a case study and a few practical assignments. The course prepares attendees for the TOGAF® Foundation (Level 1) and Certified (Level 2) certification exams. For those favoring a stepwise approach and / or looking for Level 1 or Level 2 training only, it is also possible to address things separately in dedicated foundation and advanced courses.

  • Overview of the main parts of the TOGAF® standard
  • Architecture Development Method (ADM), including supporting guidelines and techniques
  • Architecture deliverables and artifacts / viewpoints
  • Components of an architecture repository
  • Guidelines for establishing an architecture capability, incl. organization (roles, boards etc.) and governance

currently no dates scheduled for this course to be held in English

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