ISTQB Certification Unlocks Agile Testing Mastery
Embark on a transformative journey with the ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level Agile Tester (CTFL-AT) course offered by Info Trek in Malaysia. This comprehensive 3-day instructor-led program is meticulously designed for professionals seeking practical knowledge in software testing fundamentals within the agile landscape. No prerequisites are required, making it accessible for anyone keen on understanding DevOps and its value creation.
A Peek into the Learning Odyssey
Delve into the fundamentals of Agile Software Development in Module 1, exploring the Agile Manifesto’s basic concepts and the advantages of a whole-team approach. Module 2 unfolds various aspects of agile approaches, including collaboration on user stories, retrospectives for process improvement, and the pivotal role of continuous integration. The course highlights the stark differences in testing between traditional and agile methodologies in Module 3, emphasizing the integration of testing and development activities in agile projects.
Why Pursue ISTQB Certification? Elevating Your Career Path
By the course’s end, participants gain a profound understanding of agile testing techniques, risk assessment, and estimation of testing efforts. ISTQB certification, internationally recognized and administered by the Malaysian Software Testing Board, becomes a badge of proficiency. As businesses globally seek skilled agile testers, this certification becomes a career catalyst for roles such as Scrum Master, software developer, consultant, and more. It’s not just a certificate; it’s a ticket to propel your career forward in the dynamic world of software testing and development.
Embark on this educational odyssey with Info Trek, where learning isn’t just a process; it’s a transformation. Unleash the power of ISTQB certification and become the agile testing expert your career deserves.
Course Code: CTFL; Duration: 3 Days; Instructor-led
The Foundation Level qualification is aimed at professionals who want or are required to demonstrate practical knowledge of the fundamental concepts of software testing.
This CTFL certification training is suitable for various roles in the organization such as testers, test analysts, test engineers, test consultants, project managers, software designers and software developers.
Anyone who desires to acquire knowledge of and experience with the DevOps working method and wants to understand how DevOps creates value. Your role might be, for example, Scrum Master, Scrum Product Owner, software developer, consultant, IT operations manager, service manager or perhaps CIO or marketer.
This program will be conducted with interactive lectures, PowerPoint presentation, discussion and practical exercise. This training will run with Custommedia Academy, a business unit of Custommediate Sdn Bhd. This training carries 30 MBOT’s CPD hours.
Internationally recognized ISTQB certification is available for the course and the exam is administered by the Malaysian Software Testing Board, the Malaysian Board member of ISTQB. Custommedia is the Accredited Training Provider of MTSB.
Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to:
- The Fundamentals of Agile Software Development.
- The different agile approaches.
- The differences between Testing in Traditional and Agile Approaches
- Testing in Agile Projects.
- Roles and skills of a tester in Agile Projects.
- Agile testing techniques and methods.
- Assess product quality risks within an Agile project.
- Estimate testing effort based on iteration content and quality risks.
- Tools in Agile Projects
- Basic concept of Agile software development based on the Agile Manifesto
- Advantages of the whole team approach
- Benefits of early and frequent feedback
- Agile software development approaches
- User stories in collaboration with developers and business representatives
- Use of retrospectives as s mechanism for process improvement in Agile projects
- Use and purpose of continuous integration
- Differences between iteration and release planning
- Differences between testing activities in Agile project and non-Agile projects
- Integration of development and testing activities in Agile projects
- Role of independent testing in Agile projects
- Tools and techniques used to communicate the test status, test progress and product quality in an Agile project
- Process of evolving tests across multiple iterations and explain why test automation is important to manage regression risk in Agile projects.
- Skills (people, domain and testing) of a tester in an Agile team
- Role of a tester within an Agile team
- Concepts of test-driven development, acceptance test-driven development and behavior-driven development
- Concepts of test pyramid
- Testing quadrants and their relationships with testing levels and testing types
- Role of a tester in a Scrum team
- Assess quality risks within an Agile project
- Estimate testing effort based on iteration content and quality risks
- Information for supporting testing activities
- Define testable acceptance criteria
- Acceptance test-driven development test cases
- Test cases using black box test design techniques for both functional and non-functional behavior
- Exploratory testing to support as Agile project
- Tools available to testers according to their purpose and to activities in Agile projects.