‘Mastering Agile Testing’ – Training the CP-MAT certification batch

I trained the latest CP-MAT training and certification batch held at Bangalore and it was a huge success. With wonderful participation by team from L&T, intriguing questions and enthusiastic response, it was a pleasure training and interacting with them!

CP-MAT is a wonderfully interactive course designed specifically for agile test practitioners.

CP-MAT stands for “Certified Professional – Master Agile Testing” certification prepared and honored by “Agile Testing Alliance” & “Universiti Teknologi Malaysia”.

The course is applicable for all roles and not just “testers”. Knowledge, experience & certification is consciously designed to focus on “agile testing” and not on “agile testers”.

CP-MAT helps the participants get into the testing mindset in an agile project. It helps you utilise your testing experience in learning hands on Agile testing. It instils the “Quality is everyone’s responsibility” concept in the minds of the participants.

It is useful for even to an experienced tester to apply the “regular” testing techniques to an Agile project. The concepts of Agile process with context to testing are covered during the course along with the associated best practices for Testing in an Agile Project. The course takes a hands-on approach while covering Release Planning, User Stories Review, Estimation, Sprint Planning, Agile Test Strategy, Testing debt, Testing DoD, Test Reporting and Metrics. This also introduces the participants to the concepts of TDD, ATDD, BDD and Continuous Integration (which are covered in detailed in the next level course CP-AAT).

Here is sneak peek into the training room–

Cheers

Nishi

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