Here is a listing of our standard courses and seminars. We offer our public courses on a regularly scheduled basis. We also offer private courses that can be tailored to meet the unique needs of our clients. Metaplexity Associates LLC offers accredited TOGAF Training courses. All of our professional staff are TOGAF certified.
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This is Metaplexity’s flagship 4-day TOGAF 9 course. It is fully accredited by The Open Group. The course prepares participants for full TOGAF 9 certification by The Open Group, at the “Certified” level of certification. It employs a streamlined format that covers the required learning content for TOGAF 9, for both Level 1 and Level 2, spread across the 4 days. While it prepares participants to successfully apply the framework to their organization's needs.
(There are no prerequisites for this course.)
This course is a seminar and practicum that provides in-depth examination of topics that are essential to enable enterprise architecture practitioners to gain deeper insights into core activity areas of Enterprise Architecture including:
System Program Management in an Enterprise Architecture Environment NEW!
This course provides a comprehensive review of system program and project management tools and techniques needed to implement and operate in an architected environment. It applies systems thinking to program and project management in an architected corporate environment. Corporate cohorts will gain the foundation for developing a consistent and coordinated approach to systems governance that integrates people, process and technology.
This course provides a broader perspective on TOGAF concepts and introduces additional areas that are essential to successful enterprise architecture. Using the core set of lectures to establish a perspective, the course can be tailored to meet your organization's needs.
This course provides an introduction to Information Risk Analysis based on the Open Group's Open FAIR Standard. This standard, based on the Open Risk Analysis and Open Risk Taxonomy standards, provides a method for determining vulnerabilities to loss events in an organization context.