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SFIA – Skills descriptions and levels for IT professionals December 4, 2009

Posted by Chris Eaton in architecture, people.
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I was recently introduced to the Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA). This framework is geared at IT professionals and the skills and level of skill required in different areas of IT be it in architecture, project management, service management/service delivery, procurement, change management, etc

I like the framework because it keeps things simple by concentrating on a limited set of generic skills and covers pretty much any IT job.

The framework is free and can be downloaded here -> http://www.sfia.org.uk/

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1. Mohan - May 23, 2012

Hi
I am planning to take TOGAF level 1 exam. Please suggest which version is good to study i.e. 9 or 9.1
Can someone please share the materials like study book and question papers.
Appreciate!
Mohan

Mohan - May 23, 2012

Sorry forgot to mention email rathod_mk@yahoo.com
Mohan


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