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Free Manual Testing Training

IT Vidhya's Free Manual Testing Training! Embrace expert-led instruction from industry professionals, exploring a comprehensive curriculum covering fundamentals, methodologies, and real-life scenarios. Engage in hands-on exercises and interactive learning, gaining practical insights into test case design, bug tracking, regression testing, and more. With flexible learning options and a user-friendly platform, fit training seamlessly into your schedule. Receive a valuable certification upon completion, showcasing your newfound expertise to potential employers. Join IT Vidhya's FREE Manual Testing Training today and pave the way for a successful career in the dynamic world of IT!


Overview about the course

Are you ready to embark on an exciting journey to become a skilled manual tester? Look no further! IT Vidhya brings you a comprehensive and hands-on manual testing training program that is absolutely free.

Why Choose IT Vidhya’s Manual Testing Training?

  • Expert Instructors: Our experienced instructors are industry professionals with vast knowledge in manual testing. They will guide you through every step of the training, ensuring you grasp the concepts thoroughly.
  • Comprehensive Curriculum: Our carefully curated curriculum covers all aspects of manual testing, from fundamentals to advanced techniques. You’ll gain a solid foundation and be well-prepared to handle real-world testing challenges.
  • Practical Approach: We believe in learning by doing. With our practical approach, you’ll engage in hands-on exercises, real-life simulations, and case studies, empowering you to apply your knowledge effectively.
  • Flexible Learning: Life is busy, but that shouldn’t hold you back from learning. Our training is designed to be flexible, allowing you to study at your own pace and fit learning into your schedule.
  • Interactive Learning Environment: Our user-friendly learning platform fosters active participation and interaction with instructors and fellow learners, making your learning experience enjoyable and engaging.

Course Highlights:

  • Introduction to Software Testing
  • Manual Testing Process and Methodologies
  • Test Case Design and Execution
  • Bug Tracking and Reporting
  • Regression and Integration Testing
  • Test Documentation and Reporting
  • Best Practices in Manual Testing
  • Real-World Projects and Scenarios

Who Should Enroll:

  • Aspiring Software Testers
  • Quality Assurance (QA) Engineers
  • Software Developers looking to enhance their testing skills
  • Anyone interested in learning manual testing from scratch

Join us today and kickstart your journey towards a successful career in manual testing. IT Vidhya is committed to providing top-notch training that will empower you to excel in the ever-evolving IT industry. Don’t miss this opportunity to upgrade your skills for FREE. Enroll now and embrace a brighter future in manual testing!



Key Features

Keyfeatures about the course

30 Hours of Training

  • Training by Industry Experts
  • Comprehensive Course Curriculum

Live Project with Real Time Scenarios

  • Hands on Training
  • Interactive Learning


  • Certification Training
  • Course Completion Certificate 

Job Assistance

  • Resume Preparation
  • Mock Interviews


  • Updated Course Materials
  • Q&A Sessions

24*7 Support

  • Dedicated Support Team
  • Performance Tracking

Curriculum about the course

Module 1: Software Testing Introduction

  • Introduction to Software Testing
  • Objectives of Testing
  • Project vs. Product
  • Error / Fault / Failure
  • Why Software has defects?
  • Importance of testing
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • What is Quality?
  • How much testing is enough
  • Types of Testing
  • What is Manual Testing?
  • What is Automation Testing?
  • Most common defects
  • Cost of fixing defects
  • Testing then … and Testing now…

Module 2: Software Development Life Cycle

  • SDLC Phases
    • Requirements Phase
    • Analysis Phase
    • Design phase
    • Coding Phase
    • Testing phase
    • Delivery and Maintenance Phase
  • What is Verification & Validation
  • Difference between QA & QC
  • Role of a Tester

Module 3: Software Development life Cycle Models

  • Waterfall Model
  • V Model
  • Rad model
  • Prototype Model
  • Spiral Model
  • Agile Model

Module 4: Software Testing Methodologies

  • Static Testing
  • Dynamic Testing
  • White Box Testing
  • Black Box Testing
  • Gray Box Testing
  • Static Testing Techniques
    • Reviews
    • Types of Reviews
    • Inspections & Audits
    • Walkthroughs
  • White Box Testing
    • What is White Box Testing?
  • Unit Testing
  • Integration Testing
    • Top-down Approach
    • Bottom-up Approach
    • Hybrid Approach
    • Big bang Approach
  • Black Box Testing
    • What is Black box testing?
    • Why Black Box testing necessary?
    • System Testing
    • User Acceptance Testing (UAT)
      • Alpha Testing
      • Beta Testing
  • System Testing and Types of System Testing
    • Smoke / Sanity Testing
    • Positive and Negative Testing
    • Formal Testing
    • Database Testing
    • Ad-hoc Testing
    • Re-Testing and Regression Testing
    • Exhaustive Testing
    • End-to-End Testing
    • Exploratory Testing
    • Buddy Testing
    • Pair Testing
    • Monkey Testing
    • GUI Testing
    • Usability Testing
    • Intersystem Testing
    • Port Testing
    • Security Testing
    • Performance
    • Load Testing
    • Stress Testing
    • Compatibility Testing
    • Installation Testing
    • Globalization Testing
    • Localization Testing
    • Recovery Testing

Module 5: Software Testing Principles

  • Testing Shows the Presence of Defects
  • Early Testing
  • Test execution levels
  • Exhaustive Testing is Not Possible
  • Testing is Context-Dependent
  • Defect Clustering
  • Pesticide Paradox
  • Absence of Error

Module 6: Software Testing Life Cycle (STLC)

  • Test Planning
    • Test Strategy
    • Test Plan
  • Test Plan Document
    • Object
    • Scope of Testing
    • Schedule
    • Approach
    • Roles & Responsibilities
    • Assumptions
    • Risks & Mitigations.
    • Entry & Exit Criteria.
    • Test Automation.
    • Deliverables
  • Test Analysis
    • Analyzing Functional Requirements
    • Preparing Requirement Clarification

Module 7: Test Cases Design

  • Test Cases Template
  • Types of Test Cases
  • Difference between Test Scenarios and Test Cases
  • Write Test cases
  • Review Test cases
  • Preparing Test Data
  • Preparing RTM Test Case Design Techniques
    • BVA (Boundary Value Analysis)
    • ECP (Equivalence Class Partition)
    • Decision Table Testing
    • State Transition Testing
    • Use case Testing
  • Test Environment setup
    • Understand the SRS
    • Hardware and software requirements
    • Test Data

Module 8: Test Cases Execution

  • Execute test cases
  • Formal Meeting
  • Configuration Management Repository
  • Creating Test Batches
  • Defining Test Sets
  • Adding Tests to a Test Set
  • Scheduling Test Runs
  • Running Tests Manually
    • Viewing and Analyzing Test Results

Module 9: Defect Reporting

  • What is defect?
  • Types of Bugs
  • Bug/Defect Lifecycle
  • Defect Classification
  • Defect Severity & Defect Priority
  • Defect Report Template
  • Defect Reporting & Defect Tracking

Module 10: Test Closure

  • Criteria for Test Closure
  • Status Reports (Daily and Weekly)
  • Test Summary Reports

Module 11: Software Testing Standards

  • ISO Software Testing Standards
  • IEEE Standard for Software Test Documentation
  • ANSI Standards for Software Testing

Module 12: Database Testing

  • Introduction to Database Testing
  • Layers of application
  • Why testing at data layers is important?
  • Primary functions of a database layer
  • Why to test and what to test in a database?
  • Differences between UI Testing and Database testing
  • Skills needed to perform database testing
  • How to test a database

Module 13: SQL Concepts

  • Types of SQL Statements:
    • DQL – Data Query Language
    • DML – Data Manipulation Language
    • DDL – Data Definition Language
    • DCL – Data Control Language
    • TCL – Transaction Control Language
    • DRL – Data Retrieval Language

Module 14: Agile & Scrum

  • Agile & Scrum
    • What is Agile Testing
    • Getting Agile with Scrum
    • Characteristics of Scrum
    • Scrum Approach
    • Agile testing quadrants
    • Agile Testing Principles
    • Exploratory Testing
    • User Stories
    • Story points
    • Designing test scenarios and test cases based on user stories
  • Agile Methodology
    • Why Agile is so popular?
    • When to go for Agile?
    • For what kind of projects Agile is suitable?
    • For what kind of projects Agile is not suitable?
    • Comparison of traditional models with Agile
    • Compare Agile with waterfall model
    • Compare Agile with V Model
    • Benefits of Agile Methodology
    • Drawbacks of Agile Methodology
    • Agile Methodology Frameworks
    • Introduction to Scrum
    • What is Scrum?
    • What kind of projects scrum is suitable?
    • For what kind of projects scrum is not suitable?
    • A Discussion on Sprint Planning
    • Discussion on Story Cards
    • Scrum Roles
    • Scrum Artifacts
    • Scrum Events

Module 15: Test Management & Defect Management Tool JIRA

  • JIRA Introduction
    • How to install JIRA
    • JIRA Features
    • Creating a scrum project in JIRA
    • Adding users to our JIRA Account
    • JIRA Issue types
    • Workflow for a project
    • Creating product backlog in JIRA
    • Creating Epics in JIRA
    • Creating user Stories in JIRA
    • Writing Test cases in JIRA
    • Executing Test cases from JIRA
    • Adding Bugs to the JIRA project
    • Attaching screenshots of defects in JIRA
    • Adding Users to our JIRA Account
    • Importance of Defect Life Cycle and understanding the various stages/states of a defect.
    • Converting a Defect Life Cycle into JIRA workflow for a project
    • Assigning, Closing, Adding comments, etc… to the JIRA bugs.
    • Creating and Customizing JIRA Dashboard

Module 16: Test Management Tool (Test Link)

  • Introduction to Test Link
  • Benefits of Test Link
  • Test Link Installation
  • Creating Test Project
  • Creating Test Plan
  • Build Creation
  • Creating Test Suite
  • Creating a Test Case
  • Assigning Test Cases to Test Plan

Module 17: Interview Preparation

  • How to Prepare Effective Resume
  • How to Explain Live Project in Interview
  • FAQS
  • 1 to 1 Mock Interviews
  • Job Assistance

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    Free Manual Testing Training FAQs

    What is the duration of the Manual Testing Training at IT Vidhya?

    The duration of the Manual Testing Training at IT Vidhya varies depending on the specific course and learning format. Typically, it ranges from 25 to 30 hours for the standard training, but we also offer flexible options to suit individual learning preferences.

    Do I need any prior experience in software testing to enroll in the course?

    No prior experience in software testing is required to enroll in our Manual Testing Training. This course is designed to cater to beginners and experienced professionals alike, ensuring all participants receive a comprehensive understanding of manual testing concepts.

    Are there any prerequisites for joining the Manual Testing Training?

    While there are no strict prerequisites, a basic understanding of software and a willingness to learn are advantageous. Familiarity with software applications and an analytical mindset can help you grasp the concepts more effectively.

    What will be covered in the Manual Testing course curriculum?

    Our Manual Testing Training covers fundamental testing concepts, test case design, defect reporting, test documentation, and various testing techniques. You will also learn about different testing levels, types, and best practices used in manual testing.

    Will I get hands-on experience during the training?

    Absolutely! Practical, hands-on experience is a significant part of our training approach. You will have the opportunity to work on real-world projects, execute test cases, and identify and report defects to gain valuable practical exposure.

    What career opportunities can I expect after completing the Manual Testing course?

    After completing the course, you can pursue various job roles, such as Manual Tester, QA Analyst, Software Test Engineer, or User Acceptance Tester, in industries spanning IT, software development, finance, healthcare, and more.

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