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Professional Business Writing Skills
Professional Business Writing Skills
April 25, 2018
ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level_ Exam preparation
ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level
April 25, 2018
 

Effective
User Acceptance Testing

 
This is an intensive three day short course that introduces you to the different types and techniques of User Acceptance Testing (UAT). During the workshop you will develop the theoretical knowledge and the practical skills needed to correct software system defects and to deliver improved usability and performance for users.

Who should attend?

Any individual or manager involved in software testing including testers, test analysts, test leads and business analysts. It is suitable for anyone who needs a deeper appreciation of the software development life cycle and the activities and benefits of user acceptance testing.

Course Information

Entry Requirements
There are no specific or strict entry requirements, but we recommend that you have some practical work experience in a role involving high level analytical, cognitive and critical thinking.

Ideally you should be able to apply and practise the skills learnt on the course to your own job to derive the most value.
Delivery and Assessment

We use a blend of face-to-face, facilitator-led training and extensive practical group exercises and feedback sessions to embed knowledge and skills To receive an FTI Certificate of Attendance, you will need to:

  • Attend all three consecutive full days
  • Contribute to and actively participate in activities and discussions individually and in groups

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the short course, you will have developed a solid grounding in User Acceptance Testing theory and practice and you will be able to:

  • Justify your role as a User Acceptance Tester and stakeholder in the Software Development Life Cycle
  • Understand why and how to alleviate cognitive friction from software development through usability engineering
  • Apply the most appropriate UAT activities at different stages of the Software Development Lifecycle
  • Extract and evaluate requirements and information from various sources
  • Select the most suitable testing types for different situations
  • Identify, prioritise, plan, create and execute test cases
  • Log and manage defects
  • Measure and report on test progress

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