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BCS Intermediate - Enterprise and Solution Architecture

This intensive course and qualification is aimed at practising IT Architects, or those wishing to progress into this role.

The course reviews the important terms and concepts relating to governance, design of building blocks, modelling techniques to visualise architecture, and building architecture specifications.

The course was formerly known as the ISEB Certificate in Enterprise and Solutions Architecture

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Learning Objectives

The primary aims of this and the related certificate are to give enterprise and solution architects a broad framework that covers the range of architecture work that precedes and steers system development, and to focus attention on areas where the architect is responsible for effective design and risk management.

A secondary aim is to provide architects with generally applicable knowledge and training. General here means independent of any specific architecture framework including general knowledge and skills, rather than framework-specific terms, concepts, structures and processes.

By the end of the course delegates will:

- Have formed a coherent picture of architects’ roles in practice
- Understand enterprise and solution architecture frameworks
- Understand the ways architects build architecture descriptions
- Know ways to model the principal deliverables of architecture frameworks like TOGAF & Zachman
- Take away useful distillations of architecture practices and deliverables.

Pre-Requisites

Minimum candidate pre-requisites are recommended as three or more years experience of IS/IT work, including some contact with IT architects and architecture descriptions.

Course Content

This course describes a broad framework of architecture work that precedes then steers IT system development. It defines areas of focus for IT Architects and aims to cover generally applicable concepts and knowledge independent of any specific framework.

The main concepts covered are:
• The different kinds/levels of IT Architecture
• Aligning IT to Business
• Architectural pre-cursors such as constraints and motivation
• The value and use of frameworks
• Concepts and techniques associated with the main Architecture Domains - Business, Data, Applications, Infrastructure
• An architectural approach to handling non-function alrequirements

This course prepares delegates for the BCS Intermediate Certificate in Enterprise and Solutions Architecture, the achievement of which demonstrates that Enterprise and Solution Architects have a consistent and comprehensive platform of knowledge about architecture terms and concepts.

Exams & Certification

The course prepares delegates wishing to gain the BCS Intermediate Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture.

A one hour exam is held at the conclusion of the course

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