Enterprise and Solution Architecture Practitioner Courses build upon the concepts previously introduced in the Intermediate Level programme and helps practitioners to create and describe architecture using ideas from TOGAF and other architecture frameworks
Participants apply their existing intermediate-level knowledge to case study situations. The course elaborates on the organisation and processes required to manage an architecture successfully
This course leads to the BCS (formerly ISEB) Professional Certification in Enterprise and Solution Architecture (Practitioner). The examination for this qualification lasts for one hour and is held at the end of the course. The examination consists of 40 multiple-choice questions. This certificate is a specialist module for the Diploma in Solution Development
BCS courses are delivered by Accredited BCS Training Partners
This course and qualification is aimed at practising Architects or students, with a recommended six or more years experience of IS/IT work including some architecture definition
Delegates will learn to
demonstrate a practical understanding of the concepts covered in the Intermediate Certificate.
demonstrate that they can apply this to specific circumstances.
produce deliverables in architecture pre-cursors: goals, directives and scope.
produce architecture descriptions for business, data, applications and infrastructure architectures.
BCS Intermediate Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture [ICEA] and/or TOGAF Certification for IT Architects [TOGAF]
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