TOGAF® 9 Training Course

Course 1803

  • Duration: 4 days
  • Exam Voucher: Yes
  • Language: English
  • Level: Foundation

Utilise The Open Group Architecture Framework TOGAF® 9.2 to develop an extensive range of IT architectures. With this training, you will learn how to speed up and simplify development while ensuring the evolving system remains responsive to business change and is legally compliant. Using TOGAF results in consistent enterprise architecture that reflects stakeholder needs and considers the current and future needs of the business. Included in your course tuition is a voucher that enables you to take the exam at any PearsonVUE Testing Center.

    TOGAF 9 Training Course Delivery Methods

    • In-Person

    • Online

    TOGAF 9 Training Course Information

    In this exam preparatory course, you will:

    • Identify opportunities for achieving business and IT alignment.
    • Apply a process for creating architectures through TOGAF's Architecture Development Method (ADM).
    • Create an organisation-specific architecture capability.


    While familiarity with TOGAF 9 is beneficial, the course has no official prerequisites and provides attendees with the level of detail needed to pass the exam.

    Certification Information

    Voucher for TOGAF Foundation (Part 1) and Certified (Part 2) exams included

    This is an exam preparatory course, and the main focus is on successfully preparing to take the Foundation and Certification exams. Therefore, although practical skills are mentioned in the course content, developing these skills is not the course's primary focus.

    Included in your course tuition is a voucher that enables you to take the exam at a Pearson VUE Testing Center. You will be prepared to take exam Parts 1 and 2 back-to-back in one sitting.

    Voucher Terms and Conditions
    Pearson VUE Exam Registration
    Pearson VUE Advice Sheet
    TOGAF Advice Sheet

    Voucher for TOGAF Foundation (Part 1) and Certified (Part 2) exams included

    TOGAF 9 Training Course Outline

    Aligning IT with business objectives

    • TOGAF as a framework for enterprise architecture
    • Explaining the role and purpose of The Open Group
    • Outlining the structure of the TOGAF document
    • Navigating the TOGAF Certification for People Program

    Views and viewpoints

    • Separating enterprise architecture into domains
    • Categorising architectural artefacts through an enterprise continuum

    Building architectures

    • Creating architectures with the Architectural Development Method (ADM)
    • Establishing an enterprise architecture capability
    • Combining TOGAF with other frameworks

    ADM Overview

    • Recognising the basic structure of the ADM
    • Adapting the ADM
    • Scoping the architecture effort
    • Detailing an architectural requirements management framework

    Bootstrapping in the Preliminary Phase

    • Establishing the requirements for architecture work
    • Confirming architecture principles
    • Defining the enterprise architecture team and organisation

    Envisioning the architecture work (Phase A)

    • Determining target architecture value propositions
    • Developing the Statement of Architecture Work

    Creating Domain Architectures (Phases B-D)

    • Describing target Business Architectures
    • Covering the application and data domains through Information Systems Architecture
    • Mapping application components to underlying technologies with Technology Architectures

    Delivering architecture projects

    • Deriving Transition Architectures that deliver continuous business value
    • Developing Implementation and Migration Plans
    • Prioritising work packages and projects

    Maintaining enterprise architecture

    • Governing and managing Architecture Contracts
    • Triggering new cycles of the ADM

    Placing the ADM in Context

    • Iterating the ADM
    • Building hierarchies of ADM processes

    Dealing with architecture styles

    • Providing guidance for security architecture
    • Governing Service-Oriented Architecture

    Categorising architectural artefacts

    • Populating the architecture and solutions continua
    • Storing artefacts in the Architecture Repository
    • Exploiting the Enterprise Continuum for reuse

    Partitioning architectures

    • Analysing the architecture landscape through partitioning
    • Aggregating and integrating content

    TOGAF Reference Models

    • Modelling Foundation Architecture with the Technical Reference Model (TRM)
    • Exploring the Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model (III-RM)

    Developing an architecture competency

    • Establishing a sustainable practice
    • Setting up an Architecture Board

    Ensuring conformance and compliance

    • Detailing architecture compliance Reviews
    • Practising architecture governance

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