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International Institute for Software Testing/International Institute for Software Process

Agile Software Development Methods
Agile Software Development focuses on delivering business value early though rapid development and deployment of software. So how does it do that? This overview of Agile Software Development will discuss the methods used to achieve those goals. In this one day session we'll present what it means to be agile, common agile practices, and what a tester's responsibilities are in agile development. It is taught by an instructor with real work experience running successful agile software development projects. Please visit http://testinginstitute.com for detailed course outline and pricing
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Delivery Methods: None

7.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 5.00 Leadership 2.00 Strategic 0.00

International Institute for Software Testing/International Institute for Software Process

Software Verification and Validation Methods
Lesson 1: Verification versus Validation Activity: Discuss Key Verification Techniques Activity: Review Planning and Conducting inspections, walkthroughs and reviews Exercise 1: Conduct a formal review Lesson 2: Understanding the Unit, Integration, System and User Acceptance Testing Activity: Define and explain the various levels of testing Activity: Understand the testing challenges among each level of testing Lesson 3: Understanding Key Validation Techniques Activity: Understand and implementing equivalence partitioning, boundary value analysis, decision tree models, state diagrams and use cases Exercise 2: Develop Equivalence Partitioning test cases Exercise 3: Develop Boundary Value Analysis test cases Exercise 4: Develop Decision Tree Model test cases Exercise 5: Develop State Diagram test cases Exercise 6; Develop a Use Case Lesson 4: Understanding Independent Verification & Validation Activity: Defining IV&V Activity: Key criteria for selecting an IV&V service provider Summary
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Delivery Methods: None

7.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 5.00 Leadership 1.00 Strategic 1.00

International Institute for Software Testing/International Institute for Software Process

Managing and Planning Software Projects
Project management is the discipline of planning, organizing, securing, managing, leading, and controlling resources to achieve specific goals. The temporary nature of projects stands in contrast with business as usual (or operations), activities to produce products or services. In practice, the management of these two different areas is often quite different, and as such requires the
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3.75 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 3.00 Leadership 0.75 Strategic 0.00

International Institute for Software Testing/International Institute for Software Process

Establishing the Software Quality Assurance Function
Concepts This course is second of the two foundation courses in the CSQM certification process. The companion foundation course is, Managing Software Quality is the prerequisite course. This course describes the activities required to establish a successful software quality assurance function (SQA. The successful establishment of this function requires careful planning and execution. It is essential that the SQA function provides business value and ROI to the organization; therefore it is imperative that its establishment be carefully planned and executed. This course defines all activities related to the successful planning and establishment of an SQA activity. Every IT professional that is aspiring for CSQM certification should take this course before the courses covering CKA areas 3 through 10 of the CSQM certification requirements.
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Delivery Methods: None

7.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 5.00 Leadership 1.00 Strategic 1.00

International Institute for Software Testing/International Institute for Software Process

Effective Test Management
This one day course offers a wide variety of practical information used to manage the entire testing process. We discuss what quality means in a company and how to effectively determine what to test. We also discuss when we can skip testing based on schedules, manpower and the risk incured by not doing the testing. In addition to determining ways to identify quality risks, we'll also discuss the quality assurance aspects of testing, including an easy checklist to use when reviewing requirements. Test planning, test case planning and tracking, scheduling and budgeting and bug tracking are covered as part of a managed test process. You leave with an understanding of the entire testing process and simple ideas that are easily implemented to allow your organization to improve its professional reputation as you implement a managed test process. The instructor uses a variety of real world examples to point out the successes and possible pitfalls of the ideas presented.
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Delivery Methods: None

7.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 5.00 Leadership 2.00 Strategic 0.00

International Institute for Software Testing/International Institute for Software Process

Risk-Based Test Management
Concepts Risk management is a key component of doing business in any industry. If a business manager neglects risk management when running an amusement park, the results could be catastrophic. Similarly, financial managers must be keenly aware of the risks to financial assets and must take steps to minimize the downside. But what about testing managers? What risks are associated with managing the test portion of a software development project, and how can they be minimized? As a software tester, it can appear that the fate of the products readiness rests with you. Ensuring that software is production-ready is the goal of testing. However, most software is not simple. It is complex, the demands placed upon it are immense, and the breadth of the environments into which it is deployed is extensive. This course addresses a risk management approach tailored for testing managers and test leads. s can help test mangers address tand executing testing in todays environ
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Delivery Methods: None

7.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 5.00 Leadership 2.00 Strategic 0.00

International Institute for Software Testing/International Institute for Software Process

Managing the Test Project
Testing is a sub-project within an overall development project. To be successful, testing needs to be managed effectively like any other project, while also addressing resting's unique aspects, which can make it even more challenging than the already difficult job of managing a typical project. This intensive interactive course shows how to manage testing as a project so it provides
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7.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 5.00 Leadership 2.00 Strategic 0.00

International Institute for Software Testing/International Institute for Software Process

Best Practices in Software Test Planning and Design
This course is essential to every software professional involved in software testing: test engineers and test analysts interested in performing effective planning, designing, and monitoring all test activities. User acceptance testing teams responsible for verifying system performance and functionality, development teams interested in performing effective unit and integration testing, development and test managers interested in gaining better control over the different test activities and the quality of the software product. Whether you are doing testing for a number of years or you have just started, you need this course. You will learn a number of testing practices that you might have not done before. The course will also cover the different types of testing performed at each phase of the software lifecycle and issues involved in these types of tests.
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Delivery Methods: Live Streaming, None

20.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 15.00 Leadership 5.00 Strategic 0.00

International Institute for Software Testing/International Institute for Software Process

Certified Software Test Professional - Associate Level Training (CSTP-A)
The Training Program for the CSTP - Associate Level consists of the following modules. These modules are available either through public training, online training or can be brought to you company and onsite for groups of 8 or more. You can click on the module title to see where it is offered. Best Practices in Software Test Planning and Design This Three day module is a hands-on workshop that teaches participants a test design methodology that is based on best practices in test design. Participants learn by using the methodology on real project requirements. This module also serves as a prerequisite of the Certified Agile Software Test Professional - Practitioner Level.
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Delivery Methods: None

20.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 15.00 Leadership 5.00 Strategic 0.00

International Institute for Software Testing/International Institute for Software Process

Discovering, Analyzing, and Managing Requirements in Agile Projects
Concepts If you have been working on agile project, you know life is different for every. The fast pace nature of agile project dictates that discovering, managing, implementing, and testing requirements is all done very differently from how a traditional waterfall project do. Bulky requirement documents have no place in agile projects. Some even claim that detailed requirement description is not necessary to start writing design and code. Test professional are, in many cases, faced with the challenge of having to test against incomplete, possibly ambiguous requirements. Interestingly enough, although this is the norm in agile projects, we found that this is also the cases in many projects that use a traditional waterfall approach. This course has been designed to help the agile team including product owners, business analysts, tester, and developers deliver systems that meets intended use within the time constraints and the fast pace of agile projects.
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7.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 5.00 Leadership 1.00 Strategic 1.00
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