Why you should take this course:
Good e-Learning is an accredited global training provider for ArchiMate. This particular course is also accredited by The Open Group, the organization behind ArchiMate and TOGAF, and meets all of the learning requirements for achieving an ArchiMate 3.0 certification.
Completing the course and passing the exam will provide you with an industry-recognized qualification. It will also enable you to apply the ArchiMate specification within real-world architecture practices.
This course is ideal for:
Anyone who is required to demonstrate practical knowledge of the ArchiMate modeling language
Anyone who will be responsible for developing architecture artefacts using ArchiMate language notation
Anyone who wants to achieve a recognized qualification to help demonstrate their practical ability to apply the ArchiMate modeling language
Key features of this course:
Accredited by The Open Group
20 hours of course material
1x FREE combined exam voucher on request
Instant 12 months access
Quizzes and revision modules
Certificate of completion
Increase your earning potential by up to 26%
Average first time pass rate of 96%
WHAT’S NEW IN ARCHIMATE 3?
Like ArchiMate 2, ArchiMate 3 is a comprehensive modeling language that allows architects to create commonly understood and integrated visualizations of the essential enterprise architecture domains.
Published as an Open Group Standard in June 2016, the ArchiMate 3 specification is a major update to ArchiMate 2.1.
New features in version 3 include:
• New concepts - Strategy and Motivation
• New entities – Application, Technology and Implementation layers
• Better ways to connect planning with implementation
• Improvements in cross-layer relationships
• New ‘Physical’ layer
• Improvements in the viewpoints definition mechanism
This ArchiMate course has been approved and accredited by The Open Group, developers of the ArchiMate methodology.
The course is valid for 12 months after activation. Please indicate in the additional information section of the ordering form when you approx. would like to start.