The course contents include:

Model organization with the package browser - list view

Working with existing model elements such as changing element and relationship types

Working in a team within a project – discussions, mail, reviews, etc.

Sharing common data among projects

Searching a model

Brief Introduction to Available Model Driven Generation Technologies (BPMN, TOGAF, and UML)



Understand the model repository and how to best organize the model for document generation and version control

Develop enough knowledge to work effectively on team projects

How model security affects users

Package vs Model versioning demonstration

How to find help (Find Command, etc.)


Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect – Introduction or equivalent

Participants need access to Sparx Enterprise Architect for hands-on exercises.


Two days

Outline for Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect Intermediate Training

Chapter 1

The importance of packages

Introduction to Model Libraries

Support for systems thinking - 

Sharing objects and relationships to avoid duplication


Chapter 2

Review of EA Introduction – what you should know

Managing UML packages as a way to organize ArchiMate models

Package exercises – viewing contained data

Moving and copying model elements

When is it a good idea and when is it a bad idea

Copying diagrams for “what if” exercises


Chapter 3

Managing elements

Tagged values – using and modifying tags

Customizing the EA reference data 

Relationship matrices – using overlays

Reviewing traceability relationships


Chapter 4

Model management – import and exporting elements 

EA Team support - Model mail 

Team reviews, element discussions

Expanding model searches

Import diagram searches with views


Chapter 5

Metafile vs Bitmap – to make it scalable in a presentation or word doc – to get to an image that is scalable

Sharing content with stakeholders who don’t have EA licenses

EA Lite

HTML Reports

Word/PDF documents


Chapter 6

Drilling down from ArchiMate to detailed diagrams

Behavior and structural models


Chapter 7

Exploring the Tips and Tricks model