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|Certified Member Program Announcement|
Toronto, Canada – July 23, 2010 2 + 2 + 2
Start thinking about being a Certified Member in an International organization of Enterprise Architects, Practitioners, Mentors and Instructors who have a vested interest in the Enterprise, its architecture, design, and implementation.
Today we announce that all education credits since January 1, 2000 are being recast into the new Zachman Framework Associates Certified Member program.
All education credits previously allocated towards your Certification have automatically given you advanced standing in the new International Framework Associates Certified Member program. There is no need to "scrap and retake" this material as is now planning by Zachman.
The new Framework Associates Certified Member Program has just six requirements to become a :
Certified Member Level 1 Enterprise Architect
Two requirements: Facilitator based learning
Basic Seminar: Framework Structure Examples (2 days)
Advanced Workshop with 2 Case Studies (3 days)
Two requirements: on royality-free EA Resources
Standard multi-media eBook by Zachman
EA Enterprise Framework2 architecture standard
Two of the following 3 knowledge acquisition
EA theory self quiz
A Framework2 Structure self quiz
The new Enterprise Framework2 Graphic
The program has four certification levels:
The Enterprise Architect level are those who have completed the basic education requirement around the nature of Enterprise Architecture and the classification frameworks.
The Enterprise Architecture Practitioner level are those who have complete some other recognized implementation framework, methodology or professional practice for Enterprise Planning and Implementation in addition to the Architect level.
The Enterprise Architecture Mentor level are those who are recognized by those the assist all of us who are learning how to do Enterprise Architecture. These folks artfully demonstrate their understanding of the Architect and Practitioner levels.
The Enterprise Architecture Instructors are those who have completed the previous 3 underlying levels and have the aptitude and communication skills to instruct others in the area of EA.
Some of the benefits of attaining these credits are numerous, and in summary are:
· Enterprise Architect Identification
· Enterprise Architect Community of Practiceo
You will have access to the Enterprise standards and community elaboration process.
· Enterprise Architect Tools and Methods
NOTE: As of September 1, 2010, John Zachman will record its own certification records for the 2 day lecture course by himself.