Upgrade your TOGAF 9 Certified credential to the TOGAF Enterprise Architecture Practitioner certification. This upgrade will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of modern architecture, as included in the latest release of the TOGAF Standard, 10th Edition - equipping you with the necessary skills to successfully guide digital transformation and enhance enterprise agility.
TOGAF EA - Practitioner Bridge delivered by EA Learning is a course accredited by The Open Group. Lumify Work promotes this course for EA Learning.
By completing the two-day, fully accredited, TOGAF EA - Practitioner Bridge course with EA Learning, you will benefit from the quantum leap The Open Group has made with the TOGAF Standard, 10th Edition and fast track recognition of your existing investment.
EA Learning’s TOGAF EA - Practitioner Bridge course covers the key changes and updates introduced in the TOGAF Standard, 10th edition, including new concepts, techniques, and best practices. It is designed to help individuals transition smoothly to a certified TOGAF Enterprise Architecture Practitioner and to ensure you have a solid understanding of the latest version of the framework. The course covers topics such as the new structure of the TOGAF Standard, 10th Edition framework, the Business Scenario technique, Architecture Content Framework, and an update on the Architecture Development Method (ADM).
Throughout our course, students work in cohorts on a case study (Learning Studies) to apply TOGAF EA concepts in real-world situations. Our presenters, having successfully upgraded their own TOGAF 9 Certifications to latest release of the TOGAF Standard, 10th Edition, are eager to share their insights with fellow TOGAF practitioners to aid in certification preparation.
The significant themes for the TOGAF Standard, 10th Edition
The TOGAF standard, 10th Edition is a paradigm shift from 9.2 integrating universal concepts, proven best practices, and emerging ideas.
From Monolith to Micro Services
As part of The Open Group’s evolution ‘from universal to unique’ the one monolithic document 9.2 has become six separate documents known as the Fundamental Content (the universal concepts). Also included are 20 series guides, which will grow over time, for specialist content (best practice). This speaks to specific types of architecture, for example Applying the TOGAF ADM using Agile Sprints or Integrating Risk and Security within a TOGAF Architecture. Finally, the introduction of bodies of knowledge (BOK) for different learning outcomes including Enterprise Architecture, Business Architecture, Specialist, Leader. It is noted that more will follow to enable differing learning pathways.
An online digital standard has been introduced with much-simplified navigation. This paves the way for easier adoption. As each enterprise is unique, the specialist guidance may or may not apply. For example, you may be undergoing a significant digital transformation but not be using Agile. Use the distinct hierarchy of content that fits with your unique enterprise.
Extended Guidance for Practitioners, Leaders and Specialists
The companion guides talk to the various roles within Enterprise Architecture. How do I set up an EA Practice? How do I apply Business Architecture? What reference models should I use? What security architecture should I apply? The Whole Enterprise Approach is the sum of its equal parts.
Several learning pathways exist that focus on a group of learners and their respective skills set. Micro credentials can be earned in line with career progression including Foundation, Practitioner, Specialist and other credentials such as Leader, Agile Specialist, Digital Specialist.
At the end of the training, you will be prepared to sit your certification exam. Your exam voucher will be distributed at the completion of your course; you can then make an appointment for your exam with Pearson VUE. Exam vouchers are valid for 12 months.