Quality Assurance, also known as Software Testing is crucial to save cost, time, efforts and the standard of the product. This course include an understanding of testing approaches that can be integrated into the software lifecycle so that functional and easy-to-maintain products are designed and delivered without compromising on the grade and condition of the software product. Emphasis is put on tests to find and reporting bugs. You’ll learn how to decipher application of static and dynamic techniques, perform boundary value analysis, conduct walk-through and audits, organize test development processes as well as create a quality analysis and test plan. You’ll be able to excel and apply the principles of any type, size and complexity of software-based business system – across technical platforms. You will learn key testing concepts, such as Regression, Black Box/White Box, and User Acceptance, Alpha, Beta. Test Specification, Test Plan, Test Cases &, Bug Reporting are part of job description of a Quality Assurance Professional.
Did you know?
Interestingly, the history of Quality Assurance starts in World War II, when ammunition had to be tested for performance. Nowadays, the end purpose of Quality Assurance is to correct potential errors before the product is released. Quality Assurance can be associated with every possible field of activity, from banking and education to software and consulting. Quality Assurance is absolutely essential; without it, not only do organizations risk releasing products that are below market standards, but also lose money, wasted time and not fully exploit the potential of an idea.
Why learn and get Certified in Business Analysis?
1. Demand for the software testers has seen the entire new rise in the recent time. The demand graph of the software tester has increased tremendously in the recent years
2. The need of Quality Analyst does not fall in the time of recession or economic downfall. The company growth might slow down but the job position for Quality Analysts never vanishes
3. Many Quality Analyst positions are project based so the better Tester you become the faster your salary will grow. New software is being developed every day all over the world
4. According to global research, every year Quality Assurance and Testing budgets are raised by 9% to achieve Company business objectives, thus creating a market for Quality Assurance professionals
5. Quality Assurance (QA) jobs gaining significance in the IT industry. May it be automation or manual software testing, demand for Quality Inspection experts/Quality Analyst is enormous!
After the completion of this course, Trainee will:
1. Elicitate documentation, standards and techniques to understand requirements from stakeholders
2. Understanding different project documents such as Planning phase, discovery, design, test and requirement artifacts
3. Ask right and relevant questions to gather information using various information gathering techniques such as Analysis, Brainstorming, Observation, Job Shadowing etc.
4. Plan writing and managing requirements documents
5. Initiate process modeling efforts and managing efficiently
6. Manage your workload efficiently.
7. Validate cost and verify built solutions
Bachelor’s degree are generally required for candidates, although some clients may request their Business Analysts possess a master’s degree. Bachelor’s degree programs in finance, accounting, business administration, may provide training for college students who want to become Business Analysts.
Who should attend this Training?
People with both technical and non-technical skills can enroll for this Business Analysis training. This is one of the most valued and respected profession, across all industries. This professional certification course is suited for,
1. Project Managers
2. Team Leaders
3. Senior Developers
4. Testing Managers
5. Solution Architect
6. System Analysts
Prepare for Certification
Our training and certification program gives you a solid understanding of the key topics covered on the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) certification exams (CBAP and CCBA). In addition to boosting your income potential, getting certified in CBAP (Certified Business Analysis Professional) or CCBA (Certification of Competency in Business Analysis), demonstrates your knowledge of the skills necessary to be an effective Business Analyst. The certification validates your ability to produce reliable, high-quality results with increased efficiency and consistency.