Manual testing helps discover and record any software bugs or discrepancies related to the functionality of the product. Testing is a critical phase of the Software Development Life Cycle. Manual testing is the process in which the defects are identified, isolated, subjected for justification, and ensure that the product is defect-free, in-order to produce a quality product.
Manual testing is performed by the tester who carries out all of the actions on the tested application manually, step-by-step, and indicates whether a particular step was accomplished successfully or whether failed. Our syllabus matches the real-world requirements for both beginner level to advanced level. Our training will be handled in either weekday or weekends program depends on participants’ requirements.
What You Will Learn in Manual Testing Training and Certification
- Introduction to Software Testing
- Testing Introduction and Terminology
- Software Development Life Cycle
- Software Testing Life Cycle
- Bug Life Cycle
- Waterfall Model in SDLC
- Spiral Model in SDLC
- V Model in SDLC
- Types of Software Testing
- Smoke And Sanity Testing
- Black box & White box testing
- Integration Testing
- Difference between Functional and Non-functional testing
- System Integration testing vs. User Acceptance Testing
- Test Environment and Test data preparation
- Requirement traceability matrix
- Job Oriented Training Program based on current Industry Demand.
- Help employees clearly understand what training programs can speed up their career progress in their desired direction.
- Software Testing Live Project.
- Expert and Experienced Faculty from the Industry.
- Preparation for Interview and Mock Interview Sessions.