This course leads to the BCS Intermediate Certificate in Software Testing examination (which is completed at the end of the course) and provides test analysts and test managers with highly practical knowledge and techniques.
A thorough knowledge of the Foundation Syllabus is essential. The recommended source is the BCS textbook 'Software Testing - A BCS Foundation' by Hambling et al, or recent attendance of the Foundation course (STF-2). Examination candidates must hold the BCS Foundation Certificate in Software Testing.
Pre-study: Delegates are strongly recommended to revise the Software Testing Foundation materials before attending this course.
Please Note: Please ensure you take your Software Testing Foundation Certificate number or software testing foundation certificate with you to the course, as this information is required by the examining board when registering for the exam.
Delegates will learn how to
At the end of this course you will be able to:
Review of the foundation Certificate Syllabus; Application Domains; Testing in the life cycle; Fundamental test process
Types of review; Principles of Reviews; Using Different Review Types; Performing a formal review
Introduction to risk and risk-based testing; Risk Management; Product Risk Identification and Analysis
Test Policy; strategy & test plans; Analyse Test Policy; strategy & test plans; Test Entry & Exit Criteria; Estimating Techniques; Test Monitoring; Analyse a summary report; Incident Management
Fundamentals of Test Analysis; Test Environment Requirements; Selection of techniques; Coverage Measures
BCS Intermediate Certificate in Software Testing Sample Exam
Structure of the Intermediate Certificate in Software Testing Exam
|Course Duration||3 Days|