The accredited iSAQB® Certified Professional for Software Architecture Foundation (CPSA-Foundation) training course provides the knowledge and skills to design, communicate, evaluate, maintain, and enhance software architectures based on customer requirements and constraints.
This accredited CPSA Foundation training course is based on the current ISAQB® syllabus and the corresponding certification examination. The CPSA Foundation training course provides the knowledge to successfully pass the internationally recognized iSAQB certification for software architecture.
The seminar has a workshop character with time for exchange ideas between participants as well as implement a software architecture design based on a real case study. Participants receive an interactive four-day training course with practical exercises and case studies that reinforce what they have learned.
Participants will expand their existing experience and skills in software development in the areas of design principles, patterns, and tactics to fulfill specific quality requirements.
An additional focus on non-technical aspects of software architecture reflects the real-world challenges, e.g. communication with stakeholders, clarification of architecturally relevant requirements, etc.
After completing this course, participants will have attained the following knowledge:
Software architects and engineers or project experienced software developers and designers who want to work on solution structures in IT projects.
3+ years of experience in IT development and practical programming experience. A basic knowledge of UML is advantageous.
The certification test takes place after the training (last day from 16:30 - 18:00) and is carried out by an international accreditation instance. If the examination is successful, the certificate will be sent to you directly by the certification instance.
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Roger Rhoades is a certified trainer and consultant with over 20 years of practical experience at market-leading, multinational corporations, from designing mission-critical systems to defining business and IT strategy. He is an active member of the International Software Architecture Qualification Board (iSAQB). He actively defines and evolves the foundation and advanced curricula, exam questions, and case studies in addition to the iSAQB glossary.