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2019 has seen the launch of The Open Group’s TOGAF Business Architecture Level 1 qualification. Real IRM prides itself as being the only service provider to offer this accredited course and credential in South Africa.

The credential is aimed at individuals who want to validate their knowledge and understanding of Business Modelling, Business Capabilities, TOGAF Business Scenarios, Information Mapping, and Value Streams by applying them in the development of a Business Architecture based on the TOGAF ® Standard Version, 9.2.

The Open Group has approved the Exploration and Mining (EM) Business Capability Reference Map produced by The Open Group Exploration, Mining, Metals and Minerals (EMMM) Forum. This standard is a component of the Exploration and Mining reference framework.

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