Intudio is proud to present ISTQB® Foundation Level Certificate seminar and exam suited for consultants, who are interested in undertaking practicing Quality Assurance in an Agile environment. We hold our seminars in Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver, Victoria, Waterloo, Calgary, and other cities across Canada.
Make sure to check our schedule to see the closest training happening in your city. Group discount available for 10 or more participants.
This seminar promotes the contents of the ISTQB® syllabus and is accredited by the Canadian Software Testing Board. You will get an introduction to the “Test for Agile Software Development” and you will be prepared for the certification exam leading to the ISTQB® Certified Agile Tester.
40 multiple-choice questions
A scoring of 1 point for each correct answer
A pass mark of 65% (26 or more points)
A duration of 60 minutes
What we provide
Practice mock exams
Breakfast and lunch
Final certification exam
Comfortable learning environment
Convenient downtown location
Who should attend?
The Agile Tester Certification is aimed at anyone involved in software testing. Thisincludes people in roles such as testers, test analysts, test engineers, test consultants, test managers,user acceptance testers and software developers. A tester on an Agile project will work differently than one working on a traditional project. Testers must understand the values and principles that underpin Agile projects, and how testers are an integral part of a whole-team approach together with developers and business representatives.
The training course dovetails with the contents of the ISTQB ® Certified Tester Foundation Levelsyllabus. We, therefore, recommend participating in the ISTQB® Certified Tester Foundation Level training course prior to attending or to review the syllabus.
The Fundamentals of Agile Software Development
The different agile approaches
The Differences between Testing in Traditional and Agile Approaches
Testing in Agile Projects
Roles and skills of a tester in Agile Projects
Agile testing techniques and methods
Assess product quality risks within an Agile project
Estimate testing effort based on iteration content and quality risks