International User Acceptance Testing

Whether you are building software systems for others, or someone is building them for you, it is imperative that the software does what the end users need it to do. While the requirements are intended to say precisely what is needed, software can comply with every letter of the documented requirements and still be inappropriate for use in the real world. User Acceptance Testing (also known as UAT) prevents these unhappy surprises by ensuring that people have real knowledge of how the software will be used evaluate it against the actual business needs before it is ever deployed.

 

Delegates will learn


This course will guide you in making UAT truly effective on your projects. It will identify the people who should be involved, the things those people should be doing, and when and how those activities should be done. If you are a member of a development team, this course will help you to make the best possible use of UAT in your development projects. If you are a customer or end user, it will equip you to be an effective user acceptance tester.

General Terms User Acceptance Testing

 What is testing?

Definition and basic concepts of User Acceptance Testing

User Acceptance Testing in the Software Development Life Cycle

Difficulties, returns and frequently encountered problems of User Acceptance Testing

Software errors, its causes and consequences

Defining the scope of User Acceptance Testing

Success factors of User Acceptance Testing

 

Planning and Reporting User Acceptance Testing

 Documentation of User Acceptance Testing

User Acceptance Testing Roles and Responsibilities

Estimation of User Acceptance Testing

Measurement and improvement of the maturity of the User Acceptance Testing process

Prioritization and reporting of the detected errors

Relationship between errors (defects) and change requests (CR)

Designing and running test scenarios (test cases)

Determining the termination criteria of User Acceptance Testing

 

Test Tool and Recommendations

 Usage of error management tools during User Acceptance Testing

The role of business analysts and test engineers in User Acceptance Testing

Selection of the participating users and the needed competences in User Acceptance Testing

User Acceptance Testing tips and experiences from different sectors

Practical exercises during the training

Writing a test plan for User Acceptance Testing

Writing test scenarios (test cases) for User Acceptance Testing

Entry and reporting of errors

Program Details
Duration 2 Days
Capacity Max 12 Persons
Training Type Classroom / Virtual Classroom


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