November 27, 2017 – December 1, 2017 all-day
Fort Myers
Bill Estrem
(239) 913-6551

Enterprise Architecture Using TOGAF 9: Applied Workshop

A  Practical and Exciting Format!


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Register and pay by Nov 13th for an additional 5% discount

A five-day TOGAF learning and application experience designed to make positive impacts on your personal and organizational architecture development. The process is aimed at helping participants return to their enterprises with a thorough knowledge of TOGAF, and with concrete tools they can use to expedite development and to maximize IT support for the business. Instructors and materials incorporate in-class exercises and workshop activities throughout the course.

 Course Description: 

This Open Group accredited course is for architecture practitioners* to address trends and challenges important for their enterprises. The 5-day offering covers both Level 1 and Level 2 key learning points required by The Open Group for full TOGAF 9 certification, and includes seminars, lectures, and individual and group activities that will prepare students for success on the certification exams.

Examples and exercises demonstrate the Architecture Development Model (ADM) phases, tied to the course’s primary case study. Practical workshop activities throughout the are aimed at applying select TOGAF artifacts and assets to priority projects and challenges facing the participants’ organizations.

 Who should attend?

The workshop is designed for:

  • Project Management
  • Business Analysts
  • Chief Architects
  • Enterprise Architects
  • Application, Data, and Infrastructure Architects
  • Solution Architects
  • Business Architects
  • Security Architects

It will also be relevant to people in other disciplines who wish to play more informed roles in conducting or participating in enterprise architecture projects and initiatives. It is excellent for CTO’s and CIO’s as well, who want to learn not only what TOGAF is all about but how application of the framework can impact business strategy, affecting both the top and bottom lines.

 Course includes:

  • Preparation exercises, course presentation PDF’s, course workbooks, practice exams, and follow-up materials,
  • Instruction by certified TOGAF teacher-practitioners, who play leadership roles among The Open Group membership
  • Application of TOGAF to scenarios or cases drawn from participant organizations and experiences
  • Certification exam administered in-class


Monday – Thursday Instruction 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM; Friday Exam 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Overview of Metaplexity

Metaplexity Associates LLC is a US based provider of Open Group accredited TOGAF training courses, and other Enterprise Architecture curricular and consulting services. As of 2016 one of every four people certified in TOGAF in the US are Metaplexity graduates. Many of our major account customers are focused on the practical implementation of Enterprise Architecture frameworks and programs in their organizations. Based on their needs, we have extended our basic TOGAF certification training to provide EA teams the training and support that will enable them to strengthen capabilities and accelerate architecture development.

Metaplexity Leadership / Background

Our President and chief instructor, William A. Estrem, Ph.D., has been involved with The Open Group from the beginning, in the early 1990’s. Dr. Estrem has been intimately involved in the development of The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF), as well, since its inception, and has trained delegates globally since 1997 when he founded the company. Several of our instructors are actively involved in various Open Group development efforts, ranging from Governance, to ArchiMate, to Risk Analysis, to the maintenance and strengthening of TOGAF itself, advancing the next generations of this remarkable framework.

Payment Terms

Metaplexity’s payment policy requires payment upon invoicing and in advance of class start-up, unless otherwise agreed upon in advance. We register students in advance of the course but we do not invoice students until the minimum number of attendees have registered. This avoids problems with refunds.