Effective Test Management Course
Edge Head Office
Being an Effective Test Manager is more than just being ISEB or ISTQB certified – that is just the start.
In order to be truly effective, Test Managers need skills that include: Influencing – an ability to identify risks before they become issues; championing the testing cause when others do not want to hear it; using the latest testing and project methodologies; applying risk based techniques and identifying; and delivering solutions that kill off the expected and unexpected problems thrown up by everyday projects and test related issues.
As the need for responsive, agile testing approaches grows, so does the need for skilled test managers to manage the process, quality and people involved to ensure testing provides real value.
Mark Jones, Test Manager at Iress UK said; "This is an extremely enjoyable and rewarding 3-day course. The sessions are run by a friendly and dynamic leader with a huge amount of practical knowledge, and the group is encouraged to share information, ideas and experiences. A lot is packed in but nothing feels rushed, and the course materials are excellent. Many courses leave you with little to take away that can be applied to your actual job – this isn’t one of them. I’d thoroughly recommend it."
•What is Test Management?
•Test Manager Roles and Responsibilities
•Influencing Beyond the Testing Bubble
•Policy, Governance and Test Strategy
•Test Process and Lifecycles
•Agile Test Management
•Test Management within Risk Based Testing
•Building a Team
•Estimating and Planning
•Navigating the Test Management Challenges
•Test Management Gotchas
•Reporting, Metrics and Test Effectiveness
Who Should Attend?
All those involved in test management or developing their test management skills including Test Managers, Project Managers, Test Team Leaders and Senior Test Analysts.
This course focuses on identifying the right test approach, defining it within a plan and then delivering against it.
The course covers not only test management process and responsibilities, but translates them into solutions to real world test management challenges, including approach and supporting techniques, building co-operation across teams and providing support for management decision making.
•Plan and manage the testing lifecycle and avoid the trapdoors
•Manage testing risks and issues
•Build their test management skills including soft skills
•Add business value through pro-active management
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