TOGAF 9.2 Training and Certification

The TOGAF 9.2 certification training will provide you detailed insight into  all the phases of Architecture Development Methodology (ADM) . This includes establishing an architecture framework, developing architecture contents, transitioning, and governing the realization of architectures.  The training will emphasize on Business, Data ,Application and Technology architecture, you'll learn the guidelines required for defining EA and enabling business-IT alignment, more efficient IT operations, better planning and visibility, and more informed decision-making and design. TOGAF training will demonstrate to employers your level of professionalism in architecture principles and processes.

TOGAF® 9 Training Course Content: Level 1 and 2 Combined

1. The TOGAF Standard - An introduction

  • Enterprise Architecture
  • The Open Group - An Overview
  • The TOGAF Standard - An Overview
  • Core Concepts: ADM
  • Core Concepts: Deliverables, Artifacts, And Building Blocks
  • Definitions: Key Terms
  • The TOGAF Standard: Changes Between Different Versions
  • The TOGAF Framework: Relationship With Other Frameworks
  • Architecture Development Method
  • Architecture Development Life cycle
  • Adapting to ADM
  • Architecture Governance
  • Scoping the architecture
  • Architecture Integration

2. Architecture Development Method and TOGAF Phases

  • Introduction to the ADM
  • Phases of the ADM
  • Preliminary Phases
  • Phase A- Architecture Vision
  • Phase B - Business Architecture
  • Phase C - Information System Architecture (Data Architecture and Application Architecture)
  • Phase D - Technology Architecture
  • Phase E - Opportunities and Solutions
  • Phase F- Migration Planning
  • Phase G -Implementation Governance
  • Phase H - Architecture Change Management
  • Architecture Requirements Management 

3. Key Techniques and deliverables of ADM Cycle

  • Tailored Architecture Framework
  • Organizational Model for Enterprise Architecture
  • Architecture Principles
  • Business Principles , Business Goals and Business Drivers
  • Architecture Repository
  • Architecture Tools and Techniques
  • Request for Architecture work
  • Statement of Architecture work
  • Architecture vision
  • Stakeholder Management
  • Communication Plan
  • Business Transformation Readiness Assessment  
  • Capability Assessment
  • Risk Management
  • Architecture Definition Document
  • Architecture Requirement Specification
  • Architecture Roadmap
  • Business Scenarios
  • Gap Analysis
  • Architecture Viewpoints
  • Architecture Views
  • Architecture Building Blocks
  • Solution Building Blocks
  • Capability - Based Planning
  • Migration Planning Techniques
  • Implementation and Migration Plan
  • Transition Architecture
  • Implementation Governance Model
  • Architecture Contracts
  • Change Requests
  • Compliance Assessment
  • Requirements Impact Assessment

4. Guidelines for Adopting ADM

  • Applying Iterations to the ADM
  • Applying the ADM across the Architecture landscape
  • Using the ADM with Different Architecture Style

5. Architecture Content Framework

  • Content Meta Model (Core and Extension)
  • Architecture Artifacts (Catalog , Matrices and Diagrams)
  • Architecture Deliverables
  • Building Blocks

6. The Enterprise Continuum

  • The Enterprise continuum and Architecture Re-use
  • Using the Enterprise continuum within the ADM
  • Architecture Partitioning
  • Architecture Repository


7. Architecture capability Framework

  • Establishing an Architecture Capability
  • Architecture Governance
  • Architecture Compliance
  • Architecture Skills Framework

Frequently Asked Questions

1. For whom TOGAF certification is relevant

It is relevant for enterprise architecture professionals, business architects, IT architects, and Individuals who require a deeper understanding of  Enterprise Architecture and TOGAF methodology.

2. What are the Pre-requisites for TOGAF Certification

Learners need to possess an undergraduate degree or a high school diploma in any discipline, as may be prevalent and accepted in their respective country of residence and/or work.

3. What is the format of TOGAF Exam

TOGAF Level 1 Exam (details):

The exam is in closed-book format, and includes 40 multiple-choice questions. The pass score is 55% (22 out of 40 questions). The exam lasts for 60 minutes and can be taken at any of the Prometric test centers.

TOGAF Level 2 Exam (details):

The exam is in open-book format, and includes 8 complex multiple-choice, scenario-based questions. The pass score is 60% (5 out of 8 questions). The exam lasts for 90 minutes and can be taken at through Prometric test centers.

TOGAF Level 1 and  Level 2 Exam (details):

This examination consists of two separate sections. The TOGAF 9 Part 1 is CLOSED Book. The TOGAF 9 Part 2, Section 2 is OPEN book. (Note at Prometric test centers an electronic copy (pdf) of the specification is built into the test and becomes available in Part 2 only).

Time limit: 150 Minutes total. Each section has a maximum time limit as follows: 60 Minutes on TOGAF 9 Part 1 and 90 Minutes on TOGAF 9 Part 2. Once you complete the TOGAF 9, Part 1 section, you cannot return to it.