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Testing and QA Management Training


I really enjoyed the course especially the team work, discussions and exercises were actually fun to do ! Great Instructor !
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1. Title

  • Testing and Quality Assurance: A Complete Course (TQCOMP, 4 days)
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2. Course Pre-requisites

  • Course participants should have previous experience in a testing and quality assurance role

3. Target Audience

  • Business professionals who want to apply the best practices of testing and quality assurance to their software development projects

4. Dates and Pricing


Jul 31 to Aug 3, 2017$2,775.00/person
Oct 24 to Oct 27, 2017$2,775.00/person

5. Outline

Module 1: Fundamentals of Testing Part I

Topic 1: Testing: Roles and Responsibilities

Topic 2: Testing Axioms

Topic 3: Terms and Definitions

Topic 4: Types of Testing: Unit, Regression, User Acceptance, Usability, etc..

Topic 5: A Looming Security Threat: The User

Module 2: Bugs and Defects

Topic 1: History of Bugs: Infamous Software Disasters

Topic 2: Types of Defects

Topic 3: What is a Bug?

Topic 4: Common Software Errors

Topic 5: Documenting and Reporting Bugs

Module 3: Gathering Information

Topic 1: Information Gathering Techniques

Topic 2: Interviews and Focus Groups

Topic 3: Questionnaires

Topic 4: Decision Tables

Topic 5: Condition Response Tables

Topic 6: JAD Sessions

Module 4: System Requirements

Topic 1: About Analysis and Use Cases

Topic 2: About Actors

Topic 3: Finding Actors

Topic 4: Documenting Actors

Topic 5: Finding Use Cases

Topic 6: Documenting Use Cases: Short Form versus Fully Dressed Use Cases

Topic 7: UML Use Case Diagrams: A Useful Communication Tool

Topic 8: The Supplemental Specification

Topic 9: Requirements Based Testing

Topic 10: Dealing with Large Systems

Topic 11: Implementing a Change Management Process

Module 5: Fundamentals of Testing Part II

Topic 1: Black Box versus White Box Testing

Topic 2: Static versus Dynamic Testing

Topic 3: Testing the Specifications

Topic 4: Testing Functions Testing Data

Topic 5: Test-to-pass/Test-to-fail

Module 6: Systems Development Lifecycle (SDLC)

Topic 1: Waterfall versus Iterative Methodology

Topic 2: Waterfall Methodologies

Topic 3: Iterative Methodologies: RUP and MSF

Topic 4: Phase Specific Responsibilities of the Testing Group

Module 7: Testing Types

Topic 1: Overview

Topic 2: Objectives limits of testing

Topic 3: Functional Testing versus Regression Testing

Topic 4: Configuration/Compatibility Testing

Topic 5: Testing Multi-Lingual Systems

Topic 6: Usability Testing

Topic 7: Web site Testing

Topic 8: COTS Testing

Module 8: Testing for Security

Topic 1: Overview

Topic 2: Threat Modeling

Topic 3: Buffer Overruns

Topic 4: Computer Forensics

Module 9: Quality Assurance

Topic 1: Responsibilities of the QA Group

Topic 2: Expectation/Deliverables from QA

Topic 3: Major Milestones in QA

Topic 4: Implementing Quality Control

Topic 5: QA and Standards

Module 10: Test Cases

Topic 1: What is a Test Case? What is a Test Plan

Topic 2: Characteristics of a Good Test Case

Topic 3: Test Case Design

Topic 4: Test Plans

Topic 5: Writing effective Test Cases Validating Test Cases

Module 11: Review, Inspections and Documentation

Topic 1: Testing Review:

Topic 2: Writing Testing Documents

Topic 3: The Master Test Plan

Topic 4: Test Metrics

Topic 5: Test Coverage

Topic 6: Conducting Walkthroughs and Reviews

Module 12: Automation Tools

Topic 1: Automation Tools

Topic 2: Overview of Test Case Management Tools

Topic 3: Overview of Defect Tracking Tools

Topic 4: Software Configuration Management Tools

Topic 5: Manual Vs Automated Testing: Why not everything can be automated.

Topic 6: Importance of Automation

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