Chris is an experienced Test Analyst and trainer. He has worked as a test analyst on many different systems and in several industries.
Hours:9:00 to 17:00
Tests associated with agile projects and agile software development should also be agile.
Developer teams should be able to produce high quality software using agile testing methods. In addition, development speed can be significantly increased by agile tests, which enable rapid feedback and low overheads.
In preparation for certification testing for iSQI’s CAT Certified Agile Tester®, you will acquire the skills needed for working as an agile tester through very well-prepared theory and numerous practical exercises.
With iSQI’s® CAT Certified Agile Tester® certification:
You will have an internationally recognised certification
You will demonstrate the knowledge and skills to work in agile projects
You will learn about the principles behind the agile approach to software development
You will be able to distinguish between tester roles in agile projects versus those in non-agile projects
You will learn to recognise and evaluate the challenges and potential difficulties of agile projects
There are no specific requirements or required pre-certifications. Nevertheless, basic knowledge in the following areas is required:
Test design and development
Difference between functional and non-functional tests, including the basic concepts of performance and usability testing
Performance of all activities that are part of a basic test
Overview of Content
Content Day 1
Methods and Processes
Problems with Traditional
Agile Manifesto & Principles
Agile Process Options
Intro to Agile Exercises
Content Day 2
Requirements & Specifications
Sprint Practice Exercises
Content Day 3
Content Day 4
Non Functional Testing
Technical & Testing Debt
Agile for Large Projects
Summary Testing Exercises
Content Day 5
Practical Assessment: 2 hours to test a website and describe what you planned to do, what you did and why choose to deviate from the plan
Theoretical Assessment: 2,5 hours with 10 open questions and 3 scenarios with open questions
The full-day exam consists of a practical part of 2 hours and a theoretical part of 2,5 hours. The questions are not multiple choice, but open questions.