The participants must be CTFL certified (Foundation Level) in order to appear for this course or exam.
However, having a good understanding of automation concepts will be added advantage to learn easily and relate.
The Advanced Level Test Automation Engineer qualification is aimed at people who have already achieved an advanced point in their careers in software testing and wish to develop further their expertise in automation testing. The modules offered at the Advanced Level cover a wide range of testing topics.
Certified Advanced Test Automation Engineers should be able to demonstrate their skills in the following areas:
Explain the objectives, advantages, disadvantages, and limitations of test automation.
Identify technical success factors of a test automation project.
Analyze a system under test to determine the appropriate automation solution.
Analyze test automation tools for a given project and report technical findings and recommendations.
Understand "design for testability" and "design for test automation" methods applicable to the SUT.
Explain the structure of the Generic Test Automation Architecture.
Analyze factors of implementation, use, and maintenance requirements for a given Test Automation Solution.
Explain the factors to be considered when identifying reusability of components.
Apply guidelines that support effective test tool pilot and deployment activities.
Analyze deployment risks and identify technical issues that could lead to failure of the test automation project, and plan mitigation strategies.
Understand which factors support and affect maintainability.
Classify metrics that can be used to monitor the test automation strategy and effectiveness.
Explain how a test execution report is constructed and published.
Apply criteria for determining the suitability of tests for automation.
Understand the factors in transitioning from manual to automation testing.
Explain the factors to consider in implementing automated regression testing, new feature testing, and confirmation testing.
Verify the correctness of an automated test environment including test tool setup.
Verify the correct behavior for a given automated test script and/or test suite.
Analyze the technical aspects of a deployed test automation solution and provide recommendations for improvement.
Who this course is for:
Any one who is working in automation as automation tester
Any one who is looking forward to be an automation tester
Any one who want to be a certified automation tester
9 sections • 54 lectures • 5h 54m total length
1.2 Success Factors in Test Automation
Sample Questions on Chapter 1
2.1 SUT Factors Influencing Test Automation
2.2 Tool Evaluation and Selection
2.3 Design for Testability and Automation
Sample Questions on Chapter 2
3.1 Introduction to gTAA (Part-2)
3.1 Introduction to gTAA (Part-3)
3.1 Introduction to gTAA (Part-4)
3.2.1 Introduction to TAA Design (Part-1)
3.2.1 Introduction to TAA Design (Part-2)
3.2.1 Introduction to TAA Design (Part-3)
3.2.2 Approaches for Automating Test Cases (Part-1)
3.2.2 Approaches for Automating Test Cases (Part-2)
3.2.2 Approaches for Automating Test Cases (Part-3)
3.2.3 Technical considerations of the SUT
3.2.4 Considerations for Development/QA Processes
3.3.1 Introduction to TAS Development
3.3.2 Compatibility between the TAS and the SUT
3.3.3 Synchronization between TAS and SUT (Part-1)
3.3.3 Synchronization between TAS and SUT (Part-2)
3.3.4 Building Reuse into the TAS
3.3.5 Support for a Variety of Target Systems
Sample Questions on Chapter 3
4.2 Risk Assessment and Mitigation Strategies
4.3.1 Types of Maintenance
4.3.2 Scope and Approach (Part-1)
4.3.2 Scope and Approach (Part-2)
Sample Questions on Chapter 4
5.1 Selection of TAS Metrics (Part-1)
5.1 Selection of TAS Metrics (Part-2)
5.1 Selection of TAS Metrics (Part-3)
5.2 Implementation of Measurement
5.3 Logging of the TAS and the SUT
5.4 Test Automation Reporting
Sample Questions on Chapter 5
6.1 Criteria for Automation (Part-1)
6.1 Criteria for Automation (Part-2)
6.2 Identify Steps Needed to Implement Automation within Regression Testing
6.3 Factors to Consider when Implementing Automation within New Feature Testing
6.4 Factors to Consider when Implementing Automation of Confirmation Testing
Sample Questions on Chapter 6
7.1 Verifying Automated Test Environment Components (Part-1)
7.1 Verifying Automated Test Environment Components (Part-2)
7.2 Verifying the Automated Test Suite
Sample Questions on Chapter 7
8.1 Options for Improving Test Automation
8.2 Planning the Implementation of Test Automation Improvement
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