Testing Tools Training
As the software industry expands, it’s becoming competitive each day and cutting-edge for businesses to yield quality software. As the software industry grows, it becomes more and more competitive and advanced for businesses to produce such good quality software.
We will not just teach you technical stuff at Applied Business Academy. We will share with you our practical experience of applying and executing testing services.
We not only teach you the course. We ensure to mould you as per the industry by asking you to practice actual scenarios, assessing your exercises, project discussions and review of test cases, giving productive feedback. Our simple study material will help you learn and grasp quickly apart from classes.
To pave a way for amazing careers we will help you assist with CV preparation, mock interviews, feedbacks, and references.
This course aims to provide a foundation in formal software testing principles and techniques for all those who need to know how to test software systems; To provide an understanding of different development life cycle models and the role of testing; To identify the key testing phases and their characteristics; To cover the key aspects of producing test cases; To identify key differences between the relative priorities of testing traditional systems and internet based systems; To enable the attendee to start testing within a project.
What will you learn with AB academy?
AB academy has a pool of well-qualified trainers who have more than 10 years training experience. Our trainers have the real-time expertise of SAP SD which makes them best trainers. This unique quality ensures AB academy to deliver the best training.
Software Testing Courses
Introduction about SDLC
Manual vs Automation
Dynamic Testing Techniques
Static Testing Techniques
Levels of Testing
Types of Testing
Testing Life cycle
Test Initiation Phase
Test Planning Phase
Test cases review
Q & A regarding test cases
Selenium WebDriver API
Introduction about Framework
Developing a Framework
Versioning Control System – SVN, Maven
Database connectivity from Java
Data Driven Framework on Live Site
|LEVEL 1||Manual Testing |
|LEVEL 2||Manual Testing |
|LEVEL 3||Manual Testing |
Automation Tool (Selenium)
ISTQB Foundation – Software Testing
The ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level (CTFL) is the standard introductory qualification for those involved in software testing worldwide. This 3 day course provides comprehensive first-level training. The course covers the fundamentals of software testing, providing delegates with the necessary foundation for a career as a software testing professional. The course culminates in a one-hour multiple choice exam.
Focus offers ISTQB Software Testing Foundation courses in London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds and 12 cities across the UK. The Foundation Software Testing course is sometimes referred to as BCS Foundation or ISEB Foundation because it is accredited in the UK by the British Computer Society.
The ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level is principally aimed at anyone directly involved in software testing who needs to demonstrate practical knowledge of the fundamental concepts such as testers, test analysts, test engineers, test leads, test consultants, test managers, user acceptance testers and software developers. It is also appropriate for project managers, quality managers, software development managers, business analysts, and consultants who have an interest in understanding the basic concepts of software testing.
General testing principles
Why testing is necessary
Fundamental test process
The psychology of testing
Models for testing
Component, System Integration and Acceptance testing
Non-functional system testing
Functional system testing
Reviews and the test process
Costs and benefits of reviews
Types of review: Walkthrough, technical review, inspections, informal review
Non-functional system testing
Black and White box testing
Black box test techniques including equivalence partitioning, boundary value analysis and state transition testing
White box test techniques including statement and decision testing
Choosing test techniques
Project test plan
Test estimation: Inclusion in project schedule
Monitoring and control
Tracking progress and deviations from plan
Incident management: Logging, tracking and analysis
Risk and testing
Types of test tool
Test harnesses, drivers and simulators
Effective use, benefits and risk
Introducing a tool into an organization
Define Controlling Area
Assignment of Controlling area to Company Codes
Importance of Different Fields in controlling Area
Primary cost and secondary cost elements
Statistical Key Figures
Reposting, Distribution and Assessment
Activity type categories
Planning and Budgeting of Cost Elements
Cost Element categories
Cost Element groups
Cost Element Reports
The exam consists of a one hour exam with 40 multiple choice questions
It will be a ‘closed book’ [i.e. no notes or books will be allowed]
Duration of 60 minutes
The pass mark is 65% [ie 26 out of 40]
This is a demanding course and typical candidates will need to spend time in the evenings during the course to consolidate and revise material for the exam