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International Software Testing Qualifications Board/American Software Testing Qualifications Board Certified Tester Foundation Level (ISTQB/ASTQB CTFL®) Certification is a rigorous, examination-based, professional certification program accepted across the world. CTFL® Certification establishes a professional's proficiency in Software development and testing.

Simplilearn offers you CTFL® Certification training through a blended model. We are an ISTQB accredited training provider and ISTQB Authorized Examination Center (AEC). Expand your market reach by attaining an ISTQB/ASTQB CTFL® Certification.

Working professionals like Testers, Test Analysts, Test Consultants, Software developers, Managers who want to stand out as a valuable member in their respective organizations are eligible to attend the training program.

Also, specialists from all sectors can take the CTFL® Training exam and obtain the certification. Some examples of sectors are:

  • Automotive industry
  • Financial services
  • Medical technology
  • Telecommunications
  • Public Services

At the end of Simplilearn's training in CTFL®, you will be able to gather an understanding of the:

  • Fundamentals of Software Testing
  • Testing throughout the Software Lifecycle
  • Static techniques
  • Test design techniques
  • Test Management
  • Tools support for testing

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• Introduction to CTFL

• Objectives
• CTFL® Approach
• CTFL® Accreditation Institute
• Target Audience
• CTFL® Exam Format
• Simplilearn CTFL® Course Offer
• Course Outline
• Conclusion

• Fundamentals of Software Testing

• Course Map

• Objectives

• Software System and Defects

• Software Systems Overview and Examples

• Software Systems Overview and Examples (contd.)

• Categories of Software Defects

• Categories of Software Defects

• Causes of Software Defects (contd.)

• Consequences of Software Defects

• Overview of Software Testing

• Definition of Software Testing

• Need for Software Testing

• Common Testing Terms

• Role of Software Testing

• Objectives of Software Testing

• Objectives of Different Testing Types

• Seven Principles of Testing

• Software Testing Process

• Testing and Quality

• Testing Activities

• Risk Involved in Testing and Mitigation

• Timeline to Stop Software Testing

• Timeline to Stop Software Testing—Example

• Timeline to Stop Software Testing—Example (contd.)

• Fundamental Test Process

• Phase 1—Test Planning and Control

• Phase 2—Test Analysis and Design

• Phase 2—Test Analysis and Design (contd.)

• Phase 3—Test Implementation and Execution

• Phase 4—Evaluating Exit Criteria and Reporting

• Phase 5—Test Closure

• Psychology and Ethics of Software Testing

• Psychology of Testing

• Psychology of Testing (contd.)

• Mindset of Developer vs. Tester

• Bridging the Gap

• Importance of One Team Spirit—Example

• Code of Ethics

• Quiz

• Summary

• Conclusion


• Testing throughout the Software Life Cycle

• Course Map

• Objectives

• Software Development Models

• Software Development Models—Introduction

• Product Lifecycle Management

• Product Lifecycle

• Product Lifecycle (contd.)

• Product Lifecycle—Example

• Project Lifecycle

• Project Lifecycle (contd.)

• Software Project Lifecycle

• Project Lifecycle—Example

• Software Development Models

• Waterfall Model

• Waterfall Model—Phases

• Waterfall Model—Phases (contd.)

• V-Model

• Iterative-Incremental Model

• Testing within a Life Cycle Model

• Testing within a Life Cycle Model (contd.)

• Test Levels

• Levels of Testing

• Component Testing—Introduction

• Component Testing—Test-Driven Development

• Component Testing—Inputs, Test Objects, and Outputs

• Integration Testing—Introduction

• Integration Testing—Strategies

• Component vs. System Integration Testing

• Integration Testing—Inputs, Test Objects, and Outputs

• System Testing—Introduction

• System Testing—Inputs, Test Objects, and Outputs

• Acceptance Testing—Introduction

• Acceptance Testing—Types

• Acceptance Testing—Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs

• Test Levels—Example

• Test Types

• Types of Testing

• Functional Testing

• Functional Testing—Types

• Non-Functional Testing—Introduction

• Non-Functional Testing—Types

• Common Non-Functional Testing Types

• Test Types—Example

• Structural Testing

• Re-Testing and Regression Testing

• Re-Testing and Regression Testing—Example

• Maintenance Testing

• Software Maintenance

• Maintenance Testing

• Maintenance Testing—Types

• Maintenance vs. New Application Testing

• Quiz

• Summary

• Conclusion


• Static Techniques

• Course Map

• Objectives

• Static and Dynamic Techniques

• Static vs. Dynamic Techniques

• Classification of Software Defects

• Roles of Techniques in a Software Life Cycle

• Importance of Early Testing

• Components of Static Techniques

• Classification of Testing Techniques

• Review Process

• Review Process

• Benefits of Review

• Formal vs. Informal Review

• Order of Reviews

• Activities of Formal Review

• Formal Review—Roles and Responsibilities

• Formal Review Roles—and Responsibilities (contd.)

• Informal Review—Features

• Types of Reviews—Walkthrough

• Types of Reviews—Technical

• Types of Reviews—Inspection

• Order of Reviews

• Success Factors for a Review

• Success Factors for a Review (contd.)

• Review Process—Example

• Static Analysis by Tools

• Static Analysis

• Static Analysis Using Tools

• Static Analysis of Code—Example

• Quiz

• Summary

• Conclusion


• Test Design Techniques

• Course Map

• Objectives

• Common Testing Terms

• Common Testing Terms

• Test Case—Example

• Test Procedure—Example

• Test Development Process

• Test Development Process

• Categories of Dynamic Test Design Techniques

• Dynamic Testing Techniques—Types

• Test Design Techniques—Characteristics

• Behavior-Based Techniques

• Behavior-Based Testing Techniques

• Behavior-Based Techniques—Types

• Equivalence Partitioning

• Guidelines for Identifying Equivalence Classes

• Equivalence Partitioning—Example

• Boundary Value Analysis

• Boundary Value Analysis—Example 1

• Boundary Value Analysis—Example 2

• Decision Table Testing

• Decision Table Testing—Example

• State Transition Testing—Key Terms

• State Transition Testing

• State Transition Testing—Example

• Use Case Testing—Key Terms

• Use Case Testing

• Use Case Testing—Example

• Behavior-Based Techniques and Test Levels

• Structure-Based Techniques

• Structure-Based Testing Techniques

• Structure-Based Testing Techniques and Coverage Types

• Structure-Based Testing Techniques—Example 1

• Structure-Based Testing Techniques—Example 1 (contd.)

• Structure-Based Testing Techniques—Example 2

• Other Structural techniques

• Experience-Based Techniques

• Experience-Based Testing Techniques—Types

• Experience Based Techniques vs. Other techniques

• Choosing Test Techniques

• Quiz

• Summary

• Conclusion


• Test Management

• Course Map

• Objectives

• Test Organization

• Advantages and Disadvantages of Independent Testing

• Advantages and Disadvantages of Independent Testing (contd.)

• Independent Test Organization

• Roles in Testing

• Responsibilities of Test Lead

• Responsibilities of Tester

• Test Planning and Estimation

• Test Planning

• Test Plan—Factors

• Test Plan—Factors (contd.)

• Test Planning Activities

• Contents of Test Plan

• Contents of Test Plan(contd.)

• Test Execution Schedule

• Entry Criteria

• Exit Criteria

• Test Estimation

• Factors Impacting Test Efforts

• Test Strategy and Test Approach

• Components of Test Strategy Document

• High level Test Strategy—Example

• Typical Test Approaches

• Typical Test Approaches (contd.)

• Selecting a Test Approach

• Test Progress Monitoring and Control

• Test Progress Monitoring

• Test Monitoring—Definitions

• Common Test Metrics

• Common Test Metrics (contd.)

• Test Metrics—Example

• Test Reporting

• Requirement of Test Metrics

• Test Control

• Configuration Management

• Overview of Configuration Management

• Objectives of Configuration Management

• Configuration Management in Testing

• Risk and Testing

• Risk and Testing

• Project Risks

• Product-Based Risks

• Product-Based Risks (contd.)

• Testing as Risk Controller

• Risk-Based Testing

• Risk-Based Testing (contd.1)

• Risk-Based Testing (contd.2)

• Risk Based Testing—Example

• Incident Management

• Overview of Incident Management

• Incident Report Objective

• Incident Report Contents

• Incident Report Contents (contd.)

• Incident Lifecycle

• Quiz

• Summary

• Conclusion


• Tools Support for Testing

• Course Map

• Objectives

• Types of Testing Tools

• Purposes of Tool Support

• Tool Support for Testing

• Testing Tools

• Testing Tools—Classification

• Testing Tools in the V-Model

• Tools Support for Management of Testing

• Tools Support for Static Testing

• Tool Support for Test Specification

• Tool Support for Test Specification—Characteristics

• Tool Support for Test Execution and Logging

• Tool Support for Test Execution and Logging—Characteristics

• Test Comparator

• Coverage Measurement Tools

• Security Testing

• Tool Support for Dynamic Analysis

• Tool Support for Performance and Monitoring

• Tools for Usability Issues and Data Quality Assessment

• Effective Use of Tools—Potential Benefits and Risks

• Potential Benefits

• Benefits—Reduce repetitive work

• Benefits—High Consistency and Repeatability

• Benefits—Objective Assessment

• Benefits—Access to information

• Potential Risks

• Special Consideration for Some Tools

• Effective Use of Tools—Example

• Introducing a Tool into an Organization

• Tool Selection Process

• Factors in Selecting a Tool

• Tool Implementation Process

• Success Factors for Deploying a Tool

• Introducing the Tool—Example

• Quiz

• Summary

• Conclusion


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