As one of three courses centred around the BCS Certificates for Enterprise and Solution Architecture, this one focuses on the Practitioner capability.
Various key practical issues are addressed - how to establish effective governance; modelling techniques for visualising architecture; using Building Blocks; creating an Architecture specification, to list just a few.
The main objectives of the course is to get some hands-on practice at building an Architecture Specification, and to prepare for the exam associated with the BCS Practitioner Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture. The course is case-study based, with ample examples and practical sessions to show how to go about this task. A revision system is used and mock exam questions will be reviewed.
For the Foundation level there are no mandatory requirements for learners to be able to undertake this certified qualification.
For the Practitioner level it is recommended learners should have gained over six years familiarity with the IS/IT areas, which includes some contact with Architects and Architecture descriptions. Overall therefore this course is most suited to architects.
Eligibility for the Examination
It is recommended that candidates have more than 6 years’ experience of IS/IT work, with contact with architects and architecture descriptions. Candidates must hold either the BCS Intermediate Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture, or the new BCS Foundation Certificate in Architecture Concepts and Domains, or have a current TOGAF 9 or a current TOGAF® Standard 10th Edition (level 2) certificate.
It will be useful if the following documents could be reviewed, available from the BCS Official Website for this qualification:
At the end of this course you will be able to use, in a practical way, the key terms and concepts of systems architecture, including:
BCS Practitioner Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture
All BCS Enterprise and Solution Architecture exams will now be provided to delegates online. Delegates will be contacted by BCS to enable a time for their exam to be arranged – the exams will not be conducted during the course. All exams are closed book. Delegates doing the Practitioner exam are allowed to use a paper copy (which they must print out) of the Case Study scenario during the exam. Full details of the Practitioner Exam are available by clicking HERE.
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