ISTQB Foundation Level
ISTQB Foundation Level
This is what you need to start your journey in becoming an accredited tester. The foundation level as the word describes, is the stage where you will learn the fundamental principles and practice of ISTQB. After graduating you can proudly demonstrate your globally recognised qualifications.
In brief, it puts you on the map and allows professionals, clients and teams to spot you!
Additionally this level is your passport to the next level, if your career aspirations go that way.
The Foundation Level qualification is suitable for anyone who is involved as well as interested in software testing. This includes people in roles such as testers, test analysts, test engineers, test consultants, test managers, user acceptance testers and software developers. This Foundation Level qualification is also appropriate for anyone who wants a basic understanding of software testing, such as project managers, quality managers, software development managers, business analysts, IT directors and management consultants.
The entry criterion for taking the ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level Software Testing exam is that candidates have an interest in software testing. However, it is strongly recommended that candidates also:
Have at least a minimal background in either software development or software testing, such as six months experience as a system or user acceptance tester or as a software developer
Take a course that has been accredited to ISTQB standards (by one of the ISTQB-recognized member boards)
1. Fundamentals of Testing
1.1 What is Testing?
1.2 Why is Testing Necessary?
1.3 Seven Testing Principles
1.4 Test Process
1.5 The Psychology of Testing
2. Testing Throughout the Software Development Lifecycle
2.1 Software Development Lifecycle Models
2.2 Test Levels
2.3 Test Types
2.4 Maintenance Testing
3. Static Testing
3.1 Static Testing Basics
3.2 Review Process
4. Test Techniques
4.1 Categories of Test Techniques
4.2 Black-box Test Techniques
4.3 White-box Test Techniques
4.4 Experience-based Test Techniques
5. Test Management
5.1 Test Organization
5.2 Test Planning and Estimation
5.3 Test Monitoring and Control
5.4 Configuration Management
5.5 Risks and Testing
5.6 Defect Management
6. Tool Support for Testing
6.1 Test Tool Considerations
6.2 Effective Use of Tools
The program is built for practitioners with limited available time. Most of the work is carried out during classes.
However you might need 12-14hrs to read the syllabus prior the start of the course and 3-4 hrs, to reflect on the total material and do some mock tests before the exams.
Our experienced trainers will make you feel confident in software testing procedures and will prepare you for the ISTQB certification exams.
Ioannis Gkourtzounis is passioned about Agile methodologies in software development, test automation and CI/CD processes. He has extensive experience in mobile application development, e-Commerce and DevOps.
Maria-Olga Raimondo has extensive experience as a QA Consultant and Test Engineer in the fields of eCommerce and Internet of Things. Her deep knowledge in testing principles developed from her specialization in Agile testing.
Dimitra Tzika has been working as a Quality Assurance and Test Engineer for several years and as result she has acquired working experience in several different models of testing. She has been ISTQB certified on Foundation, Advanced (Test Automation Engineer, Test Manager) and Agile Tester Levels.
This program due to Covid is offered online. However if you dont live at Thessaloniki, nothing stops you from taking advantage of dicounted prices and spend a productive weekend in one of the associate hotels.
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