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ICAgile Certified Professional-Agile Testing (ICP-TST) Certification Training course

Course Description

Testing is an integral component to software product development. Agile testing ingrains a comprehensive built-in quality approach, which enhances product quality. Agile methods also provide helpful techniques to help teams identify and plan the testing needed. Attend Simplilearn’s ICAgile Certified Agile Testing course and master this essential element in a short span of time.

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Course Syllabus

This certification verifies that the recipient possesses the capability to apply the agile mindset to software testing in a real world environment. The Agile tester has the knowledge to identify key elements of the agile testing mindset, design testing based on features and user stories, and provide risk-based feedback on the quality of products through effective testing techniques.

This knowledge-based certification is intended for professionals in a software development environment, especially agile testers and test managers. Other relevant professions include developers, analysts, engineers, and agile practitioners interested in agile testing methods.

Certified Agile Tester (ICP-TST) is one of the top most certificates for Test Engineers who work in Agile Teams in the IT industry. It’s a certificate awarded to Test Engineers for their understanding in Agile Testing.

An Agile Tester is a professional tester who embraces change, collaborates well with technical and business people , and understands the concept of using tests to document requirement and drive development.

Agile Testers tend to have good technical skills, know how to collaborate with others to automate tests, they are also experienced exploratory testers. They are willing to learn what customers do so that they can understand customer requirements. An Agile Tester is the responsible person who drives Agile Testing.

Building on traditional risk-based test practice we are now challenged by incremental delivery. To address but not inhibit Agility, we examine concepts like pair testing and strengthening relationships in a team setting to build a sense of common purpose. Working in parallel with developers eliminates hand-offs and late stage testing, and enables incremental confirmed component delivery.

This program builds on what we know and adapts to what we need Agile delivery. Agile testing opens new areas of opportunity to build strength in product quality, process improvement and test confidence.

When implementing changes in methods and approaches, we may slide back into old test habits, or leave methods behind rather than transition from them. We may throw everything away and do a wholesale replacement without appreciating what really needs to change. Most testing practices work, but only within appropriate development contexts.

This program will contrast traditional against Agile testing, highlighting what changes we must make to apply the best testing principles in the new role that we will play. Agile testing is not a separate service, but an integrated part of the development team. This 2-day course will introduce you to the Agile Testing Process, and explore Agile testing practices that you can immediately take from the classroom into the office with newfound confidence.

This course focuses primarily on agile testing techniques and processes in addition to the mindset and role of an agile tester. At the end of this training, trainees should be able to distinguish the different types testing on an agile project, and to understand how business, development, and testing personnel best collaborate on an agile development cadence.

In addition, trainees will learn agile test strategies and techniques related to release planning, testing within iterations, regression testing, performance testing, pre-deployment, and production support testing.

What you will learn:

Once you complete the ICP-TST certification training course by Simplilearn, you will become proficient in the following skillsets:

  1. Learn to follow the Agile mindset
  2. Craft lightweight Test Strategy and Test Plans
  3. Understand the best Agile practices
  4. Gain in-depth knowledge of the Agile Tester role
  5. Become adept in the core Agile values and principles
  6. Learn to test project features via different testing methods

Who should attend this ICP-TST training course?

Project Leaders & Team Leaders will benefit from the ICAgile Certified Agile Testing certification course by Simplilearn. Also, professionals who are interested in learning and practising varied Agile testing techniques. Other professionals who can take advantage of this course include –

  1. Agile testers
  2. Test Managers
  3. Analysts
  4. Professionals starting with Agile methods
  5. Project Managers and Developers
  6. Aspiring Agile Testers
  7. Testing Engineers
  8.  Software Quality Managers
  9. Software Test Managers
  10. Junior/senior Testing Engineers
  11. Software Quality Managers
  12. Software Test Managers
  13. Team/Project Leaders


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You Will Get Certification After Completetion This Course.

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