Who should attend this ISTQB Software Testing Foundation Course?

      Entry-level Software Testers

      Software Test Analysts

      Quality Assurance Professionals

      Software Developers

      Test Managers

      Business Analysts

      IT Consultants

 

Prerequisites of the ISTQB Software Testing Foundation Course

 

There are no formal prerequisites for attending this ISTQB Software Testing Foundation Course. However, a basic familiarity with IT and Software Development concepts can be beneficial.


Syllabus for the ISTQB Certification Training.

Chapter 1: Fundamentals of Testing (180 minutes)

·  The student learns the basic principles related to testing, the reasons why testing is required, and what the test objectives are

 

· The student understands the test process, the major test activities, and testware.

 

· The student understands the essential skills for testing.

 

Chapter 2: Testing Throughout the Software Development Lifecycle (130 minutes)

                ·   The student learns how testing is incorporated into different development approaches.

          ·   The student learns the concepts of test-first approaches, as well as DevOps.

                ·   The student learns about the different test levels, test types, and maintenance testing.

 Chapter 3: Static Testing (80 minutes)

          ·       The student learns about the static testing basics, the feedback and review process.

 Chapter 4: Test Analysis and Design (390 minutes)

·       The student learns how to apply black-box, white-box, and experience-based test techniques to derive test cases from various software work products.

 

          ·       The student learns about the collaboration-based test approach.

 Chapter 5: Managing the Test Activities (335 minutes)

          ·       The student learns how to plan tests in general, and how to estimate test effort.

          ·       The student learns how risks can influence the scope of testing. 

         ·       The student learns how to monitor and control test activities.

          ·       The student learns how configuration management supports testing.

          ·       The student learns how to report defects in a clear and understandable way.

 Chapter 6: Test Tools (20 minutes)

          ·       The student learns to classify tools and to understand the risks and benefits of test automation

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