This practical course shows the delegates what is needed to establish a functioning and integrated Enterprise Architecture Practice using TOGAF. The course provides the delegates with many opportunities to undertake the activities required, to define, identify and measure the outputs they create.

This is a three-day course with extensive delegate interaction and exercises designed to provide takeaways that will provide the basis of setting up a function EA Practice.

The course will integrate the activities through the use of an industry best-practice Open Group accredited tool to support the in-class activities.

Duration                           Learning Credits

1 day-8 hours of                8 PDU’s


Public Classroom Pricing:

Early Bird Price: USD 595.00

Regular Price: USD 695.00

Instructor-Led Virtual Live Pricing:

Early Bird Price: USD 495.00

Regular Price: USD 695.00

Private Group/ In-House Learning:

Have a group of 5 or more people? Register

yourself with a special pricing and request 

the training exclusively  

Course Outline

Day – 1

Overview of the TOGAF V9.1 framework (specifically the Preliminary Phase) – Linking business and architecture 

The Enterprise Architecture Practice (EAP) – How to use the TOGAF™ framework to assist in the EAP Practice setup

EAP – Implementation vs Integration Approach – Setup vs. integration as a process for establishing the EA Practice (SDLC, project/programme management, operations management)

Day – 2

EA Practice – Demand and Supply – Understand the EA Practice requirements in terms of demand (who and why), supply (what and where) and execution (how and when)

EA Practice – Interaction of Strategy, Architecture and Delivery – Understand the interaction of strategy (motivation), architecture (composition) and delivery (realisation)

EA Practice – Operating and Engagement Models – Understand engagements models (with stakeholders, projects/programmes, and organisational units)

Capability Assessment – Assessing the EA Practice capability (for objective setting and sustaining the activities)

Governance – Answering the questions

What standards, principles, services, capabilities and tools do we need?

Day – 3

Services, Capabilities and Tools

Communications Strategy and Execution

EA Charter

EA Handbook creation including

EA practice operating model

EA content creation overview and management

EA governance processes 

EA Practice metrics and benefits management

EA communications plan

Who can attend?

● Newly-appointed EA Managers

● Chief architects (experienced EA practitioners)

● Lead architects

● Project and programme managers.

Learning Goals

Individuals certified at this level will have demonstrated their understanding of:

● Recognise and remember TOGAF v9.1

● Understand the Preliminary Phase

● Recognise the need for an Enterprise Architecture Practice (EAP)

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