Overview Course

The Iasa Software Architecture course equips participants with the practical skillsets in creating and refining application architecture model in the context of integrated software components design, development and deployment to support the business. Participants will become familiar with the software development lifecycle and will be intimately involved in many phases: compare and recommend the key development methodologies, set up and manage the development environments, work with developers and software engineers

Learning Outcome

  • Explore the software engineering and application development practices
  • Reduce business risks associated with building technical solutions
  • Address stakeholder requirements and satisfy both functional and quality requirements
  • Address software quality attributes and communicate concepts to all levels of management
  • Utilise software management trends and participate in governance mechanisms

Who should Attend?

Software Architecture promises to open the door to career advancement for software and IT professional.
The above include:
  • System Analysts, IT Analysts, Web Analysts
  • Programmer Analysts
  • Software Engineers, Software Designers
  • Project Leaders, Project Manager
  • SQA Managers
  • Software Testers
  • Software Consultants
  • Software Configuration Management personnel
  • Web Analysts
  • Junior and Associate Software Architects
  • Technical Decision Makers
  • IT Management team members

Eligibility Criteria

  • Other certificates or qualifications of equivalent standard (secondary) n.e.c.
This course is endorsed under Critical Infocomm Technology Resource Programme Plus (CITREP+) Programme.
To find out more about CITREP+ Funding, please refer to Programme Support under CITREP+ page


Information as accurate as of 2 October 2019