ISTQB Foundation in Software Testing
|Location of Course||Galway|
|Trainer||Inspire Quality Services|
|Methods of Assessment||A multiple choice exam will take place on the final day of the course.|
|Learning Outcomes||Those attending the course will learn:
The fundamental principles of Software Testing
How testing fits into the development lifecycle
The importance of test process, objectives, techniques and tools
Essential functional and non-functional test methods
Basic test design and measurement techniques
Fundamental test management principles
How to select and implement tools effectively
|Further Enquiries||Dee Timoney
|Entry Requirements||No specific prerequisites are assumed. Attendees are expected to be software knowledgeable with some minimal test of software experience.|
This comprehensive introduction to software testing provides you with the knowledge and expertise to undertake the ISTQB examination for the Foundation Certificate offered at the end of the third day.
Background & Objectives
The ISTQB Foundation certificate is awarded to all those who successfully complete a one-hour, multiple choice examination. The examination is externally set and invigilated by ISEB. In the future it is anticipated that there will be an advanced ISTQB level comparable to ISEB Practitioner but for now the ISEB Practitioner remains as the key advanced test certification.
Who Should Attend
|Enrolment and Start Dates Comment||The next course runs in September 2013. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for exact dates.|
Fundamentals of Testing
Why is testing necessary?
What is testing?
General testing principles
Fundamental test process
The psychology of testing
Part Two: Testing through the lifecycle
Part Three: Static Reviews
Part Four: Test design techniques
Part Five: Test Management
Part Six: Tool Support for Testing
|Number of Places||10|