Quality Assurance (QA) with Manual Testing & QA Tools Training

Training Highlights
  • One of the best QA courses
    • 85+ hours to finish the course
    • Experienced Instructors
    • Recruiters help with Resume Preparation and mock interviews
    • Placement help from Recruiters
    • Repeat the course free of cost [Entire Course]
    • You can do BA course at a discounted Fee [QA+BA Integrated Course]

  • Manual Testing Highlights
    • SDLC in Detail, Scrum and Agile Methodologies
    • Manual Testing in detail
    • Test Cases: Four Manual Testing Exercises, Homework and Review of your Homework
    • Test Plans and Different Types of Testing
    • Change Management and Defect Management
    • Basic SQL and Advanced SQL using Oracle

  • Mercury/HP Automation Testing Highlights
    • QTP [Taught by HP QTP Certified Instructor]
      • 30 hours of QTP including Lab time
      • Includes 5+ hours of VB Scripting/Descriptive Programming
      • QTP Interview Questions
      • One of the best QTP programs in the country
    • Quality Center
    • Loadrunner
    • Java Selenium Testing tool

  • Mobile Testing [hand-held] devices [Optional Course]
  • ISTQB course at a discounted fee
  • Other Topics
    • Unix Commands, VI, Shell Scripting
    • Business Analysis Basics


Course Contents


  • Manual Testing
    • Covered in detail with initial focus on basics/fundamentals
    • SDLC in detail - Will cover all the phases of SDLC in detail
    • Manual testing: Basics
    • Manual Testing: Case Studies/Homework
    • Manual Testing
    • Different types of testing
    • Other Topics

  • QTP
    • Prepare to Record
    • Introduction to QTP
    • Create a Test
    • Working with Objects
    • Multiple Actions
    • Synchronization
    • Using Standard Checkpoints
    • Data Driven Testing
    • Reusable and Multiple Actions
    • Add steps without recording
    • Create Tests on a Web Application
    • Recovery Scenario
    • Custom Checkpoints
    • Database Checkpoints
    • Lab every Sunday afternoon [when QTP classes are run]
    • Advanced Topics
      • Special focus on VB Scripting
      • Descriptive programming
      • Regular Expressions
    • Other Info:
      • Instructor Driven Lab Exercises
      • Home work
      • QTP Interview Questions
      • Note: Projected Time we spend on QTP: Close to 30 hours

    • (Test Director) Quality Center
      • Discuss the Need for Test Management System
      • Discuss the overall features of Quality Center
      • Discuss in detail various modules of QC
      • Discuss the Test coverage, email features

    • Load Testing Using Loadrunner - Basics

    • SQL and Advanced SQL
      • Introducing Basics
        • Intro to SQL
        • Statements
        • Advanced SQL
      • Advanced SQL with Oracle

    • Introduction to Unix

    • Test automation using Selenium IDE

    • Mobile Testing

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Course Contents

  • Lesson 1: Introduction

  • Lesson 2: Introduction to Expert View

  • Lesson 3: Using Expert View

  • Lesson 4: Retrieving Object Properties

  • Lesson 5: Working with Dynamic Objects

  • Lesson 6: Using VBScript Operators, Statements and Functions

  • Lesson 7: Working with Dynamic Data

  • Lesson 8: Retrieving External Data

  • Lesson 9: Creating New Procedures

  • Lesson 10: Handling Quick Test Exceptions

  • Hands-on Hours

  • Mock Tests

  • Certification Test Guidance

  • More Hands-on Hours

QA Tools (QTP, LR, Selenium and QC) Training

Training Highlights
  • One of the best QA courses
    • 45+ hours to finish the course
    • Experienced Instructors
    • Recruiters help with Resume Preparation and mock interviews
    • Placement help from Recruiters
    • Repeat the course free of cost [Entire Course]
    • You can do BA course at a discounted Fee [QA+BA Integrated Course]
  • Mercury/HP Automation Testing Highlights
    • QTP [Taught by HP QTP Certified Instructor]
      • 30 hours of QTP including Lab time
      • Includes 5+ hours of VB Scripting/Descriptive Programming
      • QTP Interview Questions
      • One of the best QTP programs in the country
    • Quality Center
    • Loadrunner
  • Java Selenium Testing tool


Course Contents

  • QTP (Quick Test Pro)
    • Prepare to Record
    • Introduction to QTP
    • Create a Test
    • Working with Objects
    • Multiple Actions
    • Synchronization
    • Using Standard Checkpoints
    • Data Driven Testing
    • Reusable and Multiple Actions
    • Add steps without recording
    • Create Tests on a Web Application
    • Recovery Scenario
    • Custom Checkpoints
    • Database Checkpoints
    • Lab every Sunday afternoon [when QTP classes are run]
    • Advanced Topics
      • Special focus on VB Scripting
      • Descriptive Programming
      • Regular Expressions
    • Other Info
      • Instructor Driven Lab Exercises
      • Home Work
      • QTP Interview Questions
      • Note: Projected Time we spend on QTP: Close to 30 hours

  • Quality Center (Test Director)
    • Discuss the need for Test Management System
    • Discuss the overall features of Quality Center
    • Discuss in details various modules of QC
      • Requirements
      • Test Plan
      • Test Lab
      • Defects, Analysis
      • Reporting Features
    • Discuss the Test coverage, Email features

  • Load Testing Using LoadRunner - Basics
    • Need for Automation Tool for load testing
    • Performance Test Planning and objectives
    • Scope and Test Plan Preparation
    • Data Preparation
    • Script Generation
      • Protocols
      • Transactions
      • Parameterization
      • Runtime Settings
    • Scenario Creation
    • Analyze Results

  • Selenium Automation tool
    • Test automation using Selenium IDE
      • Selenium IDE installation
      • Selenium suite of tools
      • What is IDE
      • Sample test cases
      • Test automation using Record and playback
      • Details of IDE tool : Toolbar, panes and options
      • Test cases and test suite
      • Debugging
      • Selenium commands
      • Locators, assert/verify patterns
      • Exercises

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Table of Contents

  • Acknowledgements

  • Fundamentals of Testing (K2)
    • Why is Testing Necessary (K2)
      • Software Systems Context (K1)
      • Causes of Software Defects (K2)
      • Role of Testing in Software Development, Maintenance and Operations (K2)
      • Testing and Quality (K2)
      • How Much Testing is Enough? (K2)
    • What is Testing? (K2)
    • Seven Testing Principles (K2)
    • Fundamental Test Process (K1)
      • Test Planning and Control (K1)
      • Test Analysis and Design (K1)
      • Test Implementation and Execution (K1)
      • Evaluating Exit Criteria and Reporting (K1)
      • Test Closure Activities (K1)
    • The Psychology of Testing (K2)
    • Code of Ethics (K2)

  • Testing Throughout the Software Life Cycle (K2)
    • Software Development Models (K2)
      • V-model (Sequential Development Model) (K2)
      • Iterative-incremental Development Models (K2)
      • Testing within a Life Cycle Model (K2)
    • Test Levels (K2)
      • Component Testing (K2)
      • Integration Testing (K2)
      • System Testing (K2)
      • Acceptance Testing (K2)
    • Test Types (K2)
      • Testing of Function (Functional Testing) (K2)
      • Testing of Non-functional Software Characteristics (Non-functional Testing) (K2)
      • Testing of Software Structure/Architecture (Structural Testing) (K2)
      • Testing Related to Changes: Re-testing and Regression Testing (K2)
    • Maintenance Testing (K2)

  • Static Techniques (K2)
    • Static Techniques and the Test Process (K2)
    • Review Process (K2)
      • Activities of a Formal Review (K1)
      • Roles and Responsibilities (K1)
      • Types of Reviews (K2)
      • Success Factors for Reviews (K2)
    • Success Factors for Reviews (K2)

  • Test Design Techniques (K4)
    • The Test Development Process (K3)
    • Categories of Test Design Techniques (K2)
    • Specification-based or Black-box Techniques (K3)
      • Equivalence Partitioning (K3)
      • Boundary Value Analysis (K3)
      • Decision Table Testing (K3)
      • State Transition Testing (K3)
      • Use Case Testing (K2)
    • Structure-based or White-box Techniques (K4)
      • Statement Testing and Coverage (K4)
      • Decision Testing and Coverage (K4)
      • Other Structure-based Techniques (K1)
    • Experience-based Techniques (K2)
    • Choosing Test Techniques (K2)

  • Test Management (K3)
    • Test Organization (K2)
      • Test Organization and Independence (K2)
      • Tasks of the Test Leader and Tester (K1)
    • Test Planning and Estimation (K3)
      • Test Planning (K2)
      • Test Planning Activities (K3)
      • Entry Criteria (K2)
      • Exit Criteria (K2)
      • Test Estimation (K2)
      • Test Strategy, Test Approach (K2)
    • Test Progress Monitoring and Control (K2)
      • Test Progress Monitoring (K1)
      • Test Reporting (K2)
      • Test Control (K2)
    • Configuration Management (K2)
    • Risk and Testing (K2)
      • Project Risks (K2)
      • Product Risks (K2)
    • Incident Management (K3)

  • Tool Support for Testing (K2)
    • Types of Test Tools (K2)
      • Understanding the Meaning and Purpose of Tool Support for Testing (K2)
      • Test Tool Classification (K2)
      • Tool Support for Management of Testing and Tests (K1)
      • Tool Support for Static Testing (K1)
      • Tool Support for Test Specification (K1)
      • Tool Support for Test Execution and Logging (K1)
      • Tool Support for Performance and Monitoring (K1)
      • Tool Support for Specific Testing Needs (K1)
    • Effective Use of Tools: Potential Benefits and Risks (K2)
      • Potential Benefits and Risks of Tool Support for Testing (for all tools) (K2)
      • Special Considerations for Some Types of Tool (K1)
    • Introducing a Tool into an Organization (K1)

  • References

  • Appendix A – Syllabus Background

  • Appendix B – Learning Objectives/Cognitive Level of Knowledge

  • Appendix C – Rules Applied to the ISTQB

  • Appendix D – Notice to Training Providers

  • Appendix E – Release Notes Syllabus 2010

  • Index

Reviews

  • This is the best training center. I took training in 2008 for QA and was the best. The tutors really show interest in each student and make each one of us understand the concepts. I could call/email any tutor with question and they were available anytime. Also they provide placement services, mock-up interviews etc. Its the best! I have been working since then. I highly recommend.      ......(Radhey)

  • i am glad that i found this center to do my QA training .I wish this center gets more bigger and better day by day.     .......(mehrun)

  • I took my QA classes on 2011 and it was a great experience for me. Nandu is a great tutor and though i am a science student i was completely able to get the basics and understand the concepts. Mallik and other tutors were great too. I would recommend this place.     .......(Bhuvan)

  • I took QA training in 2011 from Yes-M Systems.Before going for Yes-M Systems I had looked at a couple of other places who offered similar courses at a slightly cheaper price but was very glad I opted for Yes-MSystems.tutors are great and the course was very well structured,It was clearly an outstanding training program which was made all the more effective by the use of many video demonstrations, lab exercises and quizzes.After the training they helped me prepare resume and also helped me in interview preparation.I would highly recommend Yes-M Systems.     .......(Abby Shah)

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