Acceptance Testing—ISTQB Software Testing Certification Training

Course Description

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Why choose ALPI for ISTQB Acceptance Testing certification training?
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  • ALPI's training is accredited by ASTQB, the U.S. Board for ISTQB certification, so you can be certain you are getting excellent training quality.
  • We use certified live instructors in both our in-person and virtual classes so you can ask questions and get answers right away.
  • We focus on real-world examples.
  • We teach using interactive, hands-on exercises.
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This acceptance testing qualification is aimed at anyone involved in software acceptance testing activities. This includes people in roles such as product owners, business analysts, testers, test analysts, test engineers, test consultants, test managers, user acceptance testers, and software developers.

The focus of the syllabus is on the concepts, methods and practices of collaboration between product owners / business analysts and testers in acceptance testing. We suggest that attendees hold the ISTQB Foundation Level certificate, especially if they intend to take the ISTQB Acceptance Testing exam, but non-certificate holders can also benefit from this course.

By the end of this course, an attendee should be able to:

  • Contribute to an organization’s acceptance testing activities by participating in the acceptance test design phase and supporting the alignment of the product with the business requirements
  • Contribute to the quality of the acceptance testing process, including validation and verification of produced artifacts
  • Contribute to the definition of acceptance criteria during the requirements definition phase
  • Collaborate efficiently with business analysts and other stakeholders during all acceptance testing activities
  • Understand the business objectives, communicate with business units, and share common objectives for acceptance testing
This course prepares you for the ISTQB Acceptance Testing exam. You have the option to add the ISTQB exam for $199 when registering for class. Passing the exam will grant you an ISTQB CTFL-AcT certification. Extended time requests should be made 2 weeks prior to class start for non-native English speakers.
  • Exam vouchers will be provided to Virtual Live (remote) class participants. Exams can now be taken from home or office! (remote proctoring available through 2021) Alternatively, for a preview of exam center locations, please visit: http://www.kryteriononline.com/Locate-Test-Center
  • For participants attending class in Chevy Chase, MD, the exam will be administered on last day of class, ending by 5pm, so please plan your travel accordingly.


Duration

2 day(s)

Time

9 - 5 ET

Price

$1,350

Labs

Exercises reinforcing Learning Objectives help to understand and apply topics in the course.


Intended Audience

The target audience for this course includes:
  • Test Automation Engineers
  • Performance Testers
  • Performance Test Engineers
  • Systems Engineers
  • Software Developers


Prerequisites

You must have obtained an ISTQB Foundation Level Certification (CTFL) to be eligible for the Acceptance Testing Certification.

Prior to attending class please download and review the following document: AcceptanceTesting Syllabus


Outline

Introduction and Foundations

  • Fundamental Relationships
    • Business Goals, Business Needs and Requirements
    • Requirements / User Stories, Acceptance Criteria and Acceptance Tests
    • The Importance of the Quality of the Requirements
  • Business Analysis and Acceptance Testing
    • Relationship between Business Analysis and Testing Activities
    • Collaboration between Business Analysts and Testers in Acceptance Testing
    • How Acceptance Testing Can Drive the Development Process: ATDD and BDD

Acceptance Criteria, Acceptance Tests and Experience-Based Practices

  • Writing Acceptance Criteria
  • Designing Acceptance Tests
    • Test Techniques for Acceptance Testing
    • Using the Gherkin Language to Write Test Cases
  • Experience-based Approaches for Acceptance Testing
    • Exploratory Testing
    • Beta Testing

Business Process and Business Rules Modeling

  • Modeling Business Processes and Rules
  • Deriving Acceptance Tests from Business Process/Rule Models
  • Business Process Modeling for Acceptance Testing
    • Good Practices for Business Process Modeling for Acceptance Testing
    • Using Business Process Models for ATDD

Acceptance Testing for Non-Functional Requirements

  • Non-functional Characteristics and Quality in Use
    • Non-functional Quality Characteristics and Sub-characteristics
    • Quality in Use
  • Usability and User Experience
    • UX Requirements Analysis
    • Usability Testing
  • Performance Efficiency
    • High-level Performance Acceptance Tests
    • Acceptance Criteria for Performance Acceptance Tests
  • Security

Collaborative Acceptance Testing

  • Collaboration
  • Activities
    • Defect Analysis
    • Reporting
    • QA Activities for Acceptance Testing
  • Tool Support