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Folks:

I'm looking for TOGAF training that is provided by a trainer over a weekend (may be two) in person, based out of Hyderabad India.

Its very encouraging to see many people getting TOGAF certified and posting their experiences on this forum. I've 16+ years of IT experience with lots of IBM Websphere EAI-SOA certifications under my belt. I personally feel that TOGAF certification is a cut above everything else in terms of challenging our skills/understanding from an EA standpoint.

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This is the official list of TOGAF training courses. You want to pick one titled "TOGAF 9 Combined Level 1 and 2".

While the class is offered in your city, it is only listed for during the week at this time. Jayesh took a weekend one (in the US). Maybe they offer a weekend only one online?
 
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Thanks Jeanne. I recently got to know from my employer that they will not sponsor this activity. Hence, I purchased the study material from OpenGroup website for both parts of the exam. Seems pretty comprehensive. Will have to pay for the exam anyway from my funds and I feel its worth it.

Please let me know if you are aware of any repository of case studies that I can practice for Part 2.

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Part 2 is made up of scenarios. (Which are much shorter than a case study.) There are some samples online for free. See my blog post for a table listing them if you haven't already.
 
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Jeanne:

The info looks very good. I'll go through it at home as my work blocks most of the links. Also, I registered for Part 1 as I want to spend enough quality/elaborate time to take up Part 2 as I want to understand the crux behind the sample scenarios, etc. For the info of everyone, if you buy Study material from OpenGroup website, they have given a promotion code that will take off 35% from Part 1 exam, if taken in India. I'm enjoying this learning experience with the only caveat that we have to remember lot of things, atleast to begin with.

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