ISTQB (ISEB) Foundation Course in Software Testing 2018 Syllabus

A three day course plus examination. Most organisations require ISTQB certification as a minimum skill requirement for software testers and therefore fundamental when applying for roles. In this course, you will use a standardised approach to software testing that will be immediately applicable to your projects. In order to attain the certification you will be required to pass a 60-minute exam. Our trainers will fully prepare you by employing scenarios that mirror the exam questions in a mock exam session, and by focusing the three day course delivery with a balance of theory and practice. Once you have completed the course and passed the exam you will be an ISTQB Certified Tester - Foundation Level. You will then have the opportunity to extend your knowledge and certification as a Test Manager, Test Analyst and/or Technical Test Analyst.
The ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level course is appropriate for everyone involved in software testing. Pre-course notes are available for those attendees unsure of the relevance of their background.
Who should attend?:
Test Programme Manager, Test Manager, Requirements Engineer, Developer, Functional Tester, Agile Tester, User Acceptance Tester, Test Automation Specialist, Performance Test Specialist, Test Environments Specialist, Security Testing Specialist
Fundamentals of Testing to include:
Why is testing necessary
What is testing?
General testing principles
Fundamental test process
The psychology of testing
Testing throughout the life cycle:
Software development models
Test levels
Test types: the targets of testing
Maintenance testing
Static techniques including:
Reviews and test process
Review process
Static analysis by tools
Test design techniques:
Test conditions and designing test cases
Categories of test design techniques
Specification-based or black-box techniques
Structure-based or white-box techniques
Experience-based techniques
Choosing test techniques
Test management:
Test organisation
Test planning and estimation
Progress monitoring and control
Configuration management
Risk and testing
Incident management
Tool support for testing:
Types of test tools
Effective use of tools: potential benefits and risks
Introducing a tool into an organisation
Mock examination
Official examination