Duration: 2 Days Price: $1460 Location: Queensland Start Date: 01 Oct '13 Register your Interest
OverviewUser acceptance testing is a phase of the software development process, in which the software is subject to scrutiny by the intended users of the application. It is typically performed by either an internal user acceptance test team, or by engaging volunteers from the business.
The experiences of the user acceptance testers are essential to provide feedback to the development team as to whether that application meets the user requirement for the system. It is typically the final phase of testing prior to deployment of the application, and frequently used as contractual signoff for handover of the application.
The course is intended for attendees that are relatively new to the testing area, and has particular emphasis on training attendees from the non-technical business areas on the expectations of their UAT role when participating in the software development process.
Course OutlinePlease click here to view our Training Services Catalogue (PDF) where you can access further information on this training course including learning objectives, course format and options for follow on training.
- Full course notes, exercise sheets and related handouts including templates
- Mix of paper-based and PC-based exercises
- Understand the purpose of User Acceptance Testing (UAT)
- Learn techniques for conducting UAT tests
- Learn how to produce effective test documentation and incident reports
- Recognise what skills are required to assemble an effective UAT team
- Business Test Analysts
- Business Analysts and IT professionals responsible for assisting end user verification
- Test Managers responsible for UAT
PrerequisitesSome business domain knowledge would be useful for attendees to understand the significance of risk to the application.
Follow-on TrainingCertified Software Test Professional (CSTP) Foundation
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