Use IT architecture to transform your organisation with this comprehensive certificate programme from the Irish Chapter of Iasa global. Earn a unique qualification from the world’s only vendor-independent and professionally-led IT architecture certification body.
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Duration | 4 Days
Cost | Members €2475 / Non-Members €2750 + 1 year's free membership
CPD Points | 42
Venue |ICS Building, Dublin 4
Iasa’s Architect Core training provides an introduction to the tools, information, skills and terminology required to succeed as a professional architect.
Previous course attendees have included CTO’s, Enterprise Architects along with Architects and Senior Technologists from different disciplines including Software, Infrastructure, Information Security and Business.
It also appeals to Senior Analysts and Project Managers wishing to gain a better understanding of the role of the Architect on projects and in an organisation as a whole.
What previous students say
"Very enjoyable course, detailed well the tools used for IT architecture."
"Very informative, very good course delivery / training style."
Implement a focused IT architecture aligned to your business strategies. Bringing theoretical content closer to what matters to your business is what makes this course stand out, in particular, its focus on project planning, scoping initiatives, and cost projections.
This course is designed to give you and your team all of the tools you need to lift architecture from a ‘documentation’ process to a true business capability.
The course comprises of six modules, delivered over four consecutive days. Upon completion, participants may sit an exam to earn the Iasa Core Certificate in IT Architecture
Non-member rate includes 12 months free membership. We will be in touch with registration details after your place is confirmed.
Digital transformation is essential for any organisation in delivering products and services to their customers and service users, particularly during the COVID-19 crisis.