This 2-day instructor-led workshop looks at the business issues which drive the need for a fully functional UAT process and describes the components of such a process. It is designed to help the Business Analyst (BA) to develop an understanding of their role, the process, and the deliverables associated with UAT.
All too often the software products delivered to the business do not meet their expectations, especially with regard to the quality of the product. An effective User Acceptance Testing (UAT) process addresses this issue by confirming the functionality and performance of the product prior to its release. In software development, user acceptance testing is when the software is tested in the “real world” by the intended audience. This step is critical to capture user requirements and identify any problems that could make the project incomplete. Acceptance Testing is specifically designed to ensure client needs have been met. Note: participants of the course should possess knowledge of requirements process and requirements elicitation techniques.
This course is designed for the Business Analyst professional who is involved with testing the functionality of technology projects.
What You'll Learn
- Develop an understanding of basic concepts associated with User Acceptance Testing
- See how UAT applies to the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC)
- Recognize the benefits of improved quality of deployed software using User Acceptance Testing
- Identify the key roles, activities, and deliverables which make up User Acceptance Testing
- Use a Business Use Case to define scenarios for testing
- Create a UAT test plan and write UAT test cases with associated test data
- Understand the process for testing functional and non-functional requirements
- Identify the challenges of testing vendor-supplied applications
- Course Number BA29
- Course Length 2 days
- Course Fee $1,195.00
- Delivery Format VLT (Instructor Led; Virtual LIVE Online; Remote Training)
- Course Topic Business Analysis, Process and Requirements
- Vendor International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA)
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