What is software quality assurance? Why we are testing? How we are testing? When we should stop testing? The ‘Foundation Test-ing Course’ is designed to answer you these and many other questions. It will help you to learn the fundamental principles of software testing as some best practices in the area of quality as-surance. Even more, the course covers the material needed for successful ISTQB certification and help participants to make their first steps in the area of Software Quality Assurance.
The course objective is to give basic knowledge in the area of Software Testing. Practical exercises will be held in area of test management and bug tracking systems. At the end of course, the participants should be prepared for the first ISTQB certificate – ISTQB Foundation Level.
What you’ll learn
Participants will gain knowledge and understanding in the following topics upon successful completion of the course:
- INTRODUCTION TO SOFTWARE TESTING
- FUNDAMENTAL TEST PROCESS
- SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT MODELS
- TESTING LEVELS
- TESTING TYPES
- DEFECTS MANAGEMENT
- STATIC TESTING
- SPECIFICATION-BASED TESTING (BLACK BOX TESTING)
- STRUCTURE- BASED TESTING (WHITE BOX TESTING)
- EXPERIENCE-BASED TESTING
- TEST CASES, TEST SCRIPTS, TEST SCENARIOS)
- TOOLS USED IN SOFTWARE PROJECTS
- TEST MANAGEMENT (TEST PLAN, RISKS MANAGEMENT)
- ADDITIONAL TOPICS (CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT, POPULAR TESTING TOOLS)
Frequently Asked Questions
Who should attend?
This course has been designed for anyone involved in software testing. This may include people in roles such as testers, quality assurance engineers, test analysts, test engineers, test consultants, user acceptance testers and software developers. The course is also appropriate for anyone who wants a basic understanding of software testing, such as project managers, software development managers, business analysts, IT directors and management consultants – everyone who wants to learn and help improving the quality assurance process is their organization.
Are there any prerequisites for attending the training?
There are no formal requirements for entry to this course although it is desired for the participant to have a basic working knowledge of IT.