This is one of three courses covering the BCS Certificates for Enterprise and Solution Architecture. It concentrates on providing an understanding of the critical architecture terms and concepts. It enables delegates to view their enterprise and solutions architecture in a more structured way and understand the role more deeply. The scope also encompasses the traditional architecture domains - business, applications, data and infrastructure.
The main objectives of the course are to gain an informed perspective on this dynamic and complex subject, and to prepare for the exam associated with BCS Intermediate Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture. To this end a mixture of approaches are used:
- Instructor lead sessions and exercises, which follow the timings laid down in the syllabus. At the end of each session mock exam questions are set and reviewed.
- A revision system which can help delegates do focused study in their own time, followed by a group review.
An exam is sat at the end of the course.
At the end of this course you will be able to understand the key terms and concepts of enterprise and solution architecture, including:
- The main roles and goals of architecture
- An explanation of both Enterprise and Solution architecture
- Architecture description
- An awareness of the most useful frameworks
- An understanding of the main architecture domains
- Architecture Processes
- Architects and Architecture
- Enterprise Context and Architecture
- Architecture Description
- Architecture Frameworks
- Architecture Processes
- Business Architecture
- The Solution Context
- Applications Architecture
- Software Architecture
- Data Architecture
- Infrastructure Architecture
- Architecture Implementation and Governance
BCS Intermediate Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture Exam One hour, 40 questions, closed book, multi-choice
BCS Intermediate Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture
BCS Practitioner Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture.
- BCS recommend three or more years experience of IS/IT work including contact with architects and architecture descriptions.
- A reference model for this certificate has been published by BCS. This is available on-line HERE, and it is beneficial for attendees to have read through this before attending. They should also familiarise themselves with the syllabus, available HERE.
Delegates will be provided with pre-course reading prior to attending the course. The success on the course will be enhanced by close attention to the pre-reading materials. It is recommended that candidates spend 10 hours working through the pre-reading.
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