QA Management Bootcamp

About This Program

OUR REGISTRATION PERIOD IS CLOSED. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS COURSE PLEASE FILL THIS FORM: http://bit.ly/WizelineAcademyWaitingList
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Quality assurance management is a series of best practices used to establish optimal approaches and solutions for any testing effort.

This free one-week bootcamp will equip you with knowledge of best practices for service management, closure tasks, test strategy development, and test reporting.

In this course, you will assume a test manager role as you learn how to manage a test process, working through a series of considerations to prevent potential risks and applying proper adjustments based on the metrics for every iteration.


The bootcamp contains four main components:

  1. Self-study learning path - Our QA team has curated a learning path to complement each workshop session. Completing the corresponding learning path in advance of each session will set you up for success in this course.
  2. Live, hands-on workshops - Each day, our Wizeline experts will lead you in a hands-on workshop that will give you the opportunity to apply the knowledge gained from the self-learning path in a practical way.
  3. Mentorship - You will be paired with a mentor who will guide you through the bootcamp via one-on-one sessions and feedback.
  4. Capstone project - You will ultimately apply everything that you learn through the bootcamp to a final capstone project.


At the end of this bootcamp, you will be able to do the following:

  • Ensure compliance during the planning of services to be produced.
  • Ensure availability of inputs and resources on required dates.
  • Monitor service progress.
  • Control services to ensure compliance with main project milestones.
  • Manage incidents and block defects.
  • Close off the testing activities of any project.
  • Ensure that knowledge management is complete.
  • Ensure the customer accepts the end result of the service.
  • Recognize the difference between a test plan and a test strategy.
  • Create a test strategy according to the specific requirements for a given project.
  • Understand the components of a functional test report.
  • Create a test report in accordance with the needs of any project.

Who should take this course?

In order to ensure student success in this bootcamp, participants must meet the following criteria:

  • Have a QA engineering background
  • Have familiarity with some test strategies in theory
  • Have knowledge about test closure activities
  • Know how to create a good reporting process

Registration & Selection Process

You have until March 21, 2022 to register.

Following registration, you will have three days to complete an English assessment and technical assessment.

You will receive the assessment instructions through a confirmation email promptly after registering.

On March 24, we will notify all registrants about their bootcamp application/acceptance status.

Full Capacity

We appreciate your interest, unfortunately, due to demand, this event is fully booked. If you’d like to be added to our waiting list, please fill in the waitlist.

Lecturers

Antonio Rodriguez Bosch

QA Software Engineer III

Antonio is a QA lead and QA automation engineer with more than 15 years of professional experience working in tech. He has led teams of varying sizes in different areas of ​​a technology company, and he has contributed to defining, analyzing, and implementing life cycles of software and quality in all areas of IT. He is passionate about technology, innovation design for people, and work models that seek continuous improvement. He is also creative, enterprising, proactive, enthusiastic, and loves challenges.

Guillermo

Guillermo Morales Marchebout

Senior QA Software Engineer

Guillermo Marchebout is an ISTQB-certified software QA engineer with more than five years of experience. He has a systems engineering degree and expertise in QA areas such as QA management, functional testing, non-functional testing, QA governance, and more. He is an autodidact who likes to experiment with the most recent technologies and popular test strategies (like shift left) and apply them. He is a passionate mentor/educator and an advocate for QA education.

Schedule

Mar 28
Kick Off
08:00 - 09:30
Mar 29
Test Strategy Workshop
08:00 - 09:30
Mar 30
Service Management Workshop
08:00 - 09:30
Mar 31
Reporting Workshop
08:00 - 09:30
Apr 01
Test Closure Workshop
08:00 - 09:30

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