Functional Testing Corporate Training Course

Edstellar's instructor-led Functional Testing Training Program equips firms with the essential knowledge and skills to excel in this critical aspect of software testing. This structured training empowers teams to become proficient in functional testing techniques, enhancing career prospects and delivering high-quality software products.

8 - 16 hrs
Instructor-led (On-site/Virtual)
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Functional Testing Training

Drive Team Excellence with Functional Testing Corporate Training

On-site or Online Functional Testing Training - Get the best Functional Testing training from top-rated instructors to upskill your teams.

Functional Testing is a critical component of software development that focuses on evaluating the functionality and performance of software applications. It ensures the software meets the specified requirements, functions correctly, and delivers a seamless user experience. By simulating real-world scenarios and user interactions, functional testing aims to identify any defects, errors, or functional gaps that may impact the application's usability, reliability, and overall quality.

Edstellar's instructor-led Functional Testing Training program offers comprehensive training for software testing and quality assurance employees. This program is designed to equip professionals with the skills and knowledge necessary to perform effective functional testing and ensure the delivery of high-quality software applications.

How does the Functional Testing Training Program benefit the organization?

  • Ensures the quality and reliability of software applications
  • Reduces software defects and enhances product quality
  • Optimizes software development processes
  • Enhances problem-solving abilities and critical thinking
  • Improves customer satisfaction through reliable applications
  • Fosters a culture of quality assurance within the organization
  • Boosts productivity and efficiency in software testing activities

Functional Testing Training for Employees: Key Learning Outcomes

Develop essential skills from industry-recognized Functional Testing training providers. The course includes the following key learning outcomes:

Upon completion of the Functional Testing Training Program, employees will be able to:

  • Implement risk-based testing strategies
  • Identify and report software defects effectively
  • Execute functional tests and analyze test results
  • Apply functional testing methodologies and industry best practices
  • Collaborate effectively with cross-functional teams in testing activities
  • Utilize test management tools for efficient test planning and execution
  • Develop comprehensive test plans and test cases for software applications

Key Benefits of the Training

  • Flexibility in program duration, training format, and the ability to tailor the content to align with the organization's unique needs and goals
  • Get your teams trained by experienced and expert instructors
  • Training methodology includes a mix of theoretical concepts, interactive exercises, case studies, and group discussions
  • Extensive catalog of over 1000 tailored programs across various disciplines
  • Customizable scheduling, trainer selection, and HRMS integration
  • Competency matrix for skill gap analysis
  • Onsite or virtual delivery options for global teams
  • Choose an instructor from a network of experienced corporate trainers
  • Specialized tools and cutting-edge techniques are used for driving tangible results and impact within the organizations
  • Assessments to evaluate the understanding and application of the training outcomes
  • The training schedule that minimizes disruption and aligns with the operational requirements
  • Post-training support, including access to resources, materials, and doubt-clearing sessions

Functional Testing Training Topics and Outline

This Functional Testing Training curriculum is meticulously designed by industry experts according to the current industry requirements and standards. The program provides an interactive learning experience that focuses on the dynamic demands of the field, ensuring relevance and applicability.

  1. Understanding the basics of functional testing
    • Definition of functional testing
    • Objectives and goals of functional testing
    • Role of functional testing in software development
  1. Benefits of incorporating functional testing in software development
    • Improved software quality and reliability
    • Enhanced user experience and satisfaction
    • Early defect identification and mitigation
    • Reduced business risks and costs
  1. Understanding the functional testing workflow
    • Test planning and strategy development
    • Test case design and execution
    • Defect tracking and reporting
    • Regression testing and retesting

1. Unit Testing:

  • Focuses on testing individual components or units of code in isolation.
  • Typically performed by developers using frameworks like JUnit or NUnit.
  • Helps ensure that each unit functions correctly and meets the expected behavior.

2. Sanity Testing:

  • Performed to assess the system's stability quickly after major changes or additions.
  • Verifies that the system's most critical functionalities work as expected.
  • A subset of regression testing focuses on essential features rather than comprehensive coverage.

3. Smoke Testing:

  • A basic level of testing ensures that an application's critical functionalities work.
  • Conducted to check if the build or application is stable enough for further testing.
  • Helps identify critical failures early in the development lifecycle.

4. Regression Testing:

  • Performed to ensure that changes or enhancements to the system do not introduce new defects.
  • Re-tests existing functionalities to ensure they still work correctly after modifications.
  • Helps maintain the integrity of the system and prevent regression issues.

5. Integration Testing:

  • Tests the interaction between multiple components or modules of an application.
  • Ensures that integrated components work together as expected.
  • Identifies issues related to data exchange, communication, or integration points.

6. Beta/Usability Testing:

  • Conducted by real users or a selected group of users before the official release.
  • Focuses on gathering feedback about the application's usability, user experience, and acceptance.
  • Helps identify usability issues and improve user satisfaction.

7. System Testing:

  • Validates the entire system or software application as a whole.
  • Tests the system against its functional requirements and specifications.
  • Covers end-to-end scenarios and verifies the system's behavior in different environments.

8. End-to-end Testing:

  • Tests the entire flow of a user's journey through the system.
  • Checks if all integrated components and subsystems work together smoothly.
  • Verifies the system's functionality, data integrity, and user experience.

1. Entry Criteria:

  • Prerequisites that must be fulfilled before starting the operational testing phase.
  • Examples include completion of unit testing, availability of test environments, and test data preparation.
  • Ensures that the system is ready for testing and minimizes potential roadblocks.

2. Exit Criteria:

  • Conditions must be met for the completion of functional testing.
  • Includes reaching a certain level of test coverage, resolving critical defects, and obtaining stakeholder approval.
  • Determines when to stop the testing phase and proceed to the next stage of the software development lifecycle.

1. Positive Testing:

  • Validates that the system behaves as expected when given valid inputs.
  • Tests the functionality to produce the correct output or response under normal circumstances.
  • Focuses on verifying expected behavior and desired outcomes.

2. Negative Testing:

  • Verifies how the system handles invalid or unexpected inputs and error conditions.
  • Tests error handling, boundary cases, and exception scenarios.
  • Aims to identify vulnerabilities, weaknesses, and potential failure points.

1. End-user Based Testing:

  • Simulates real-life scenarios and user interactions with the system.
  • Tests the system's functionality from an end-user perspective.
  • Helps ensure that the application meets user requirements and expectations.

2. Equivalence Tests:

  • Divides input data into equivalence classes to minimize redundant test cases.
  • Selects representative test cases from each equivalence class for testing.
  • Reduces the number of test cases while maintaining sufficient coverage.

3. Boundary Value Tests:

  • Focuses on testing the boundaries of input and output ranges.
  • Checks the system's behavior at valid and invalid values' lower and upper limits.
  • Helps identify issues related to boundary conditions and boundary-related errors.

4. Decision-based Tests:

  • Designs test cases based on the system's decision logic or business rules.
  • Ensures that all possible decisions and branches are tested.
  • Covers different decision outcomes and verifies the correct execution of rules.

5. Alternate Flow Tests:

  • Tests alternative paths or scenarios that deviate from the normal flow.
  • Focuses on less frequent or exceptional user actions or system behaviors.
  • Helps uncover issues in complex or non-linear application flows.

6. Ad-hoc Tests:

  • Informal and unplanned testing approaches are based on the tester's intuition and experience.
  • Performed without specific test cases or predefined scripts.
  • Aims to explore the system, discover defects, and gain insights.

1. Functional Testing:

  • Focuses on verifying the system's behavior and functionality against requirements.
  • Tests if the system does what it is intended to do.
  • Involves validating inputs, outputs, user interactions, and expected outcomes.

2. Non-functional Testing:

  • Tests aspects of the system beyond functionality, focusing on quality attributes.
  • Evaluates performance, reliability, security, usability, and other non-functional aspects.
  • Verifies if the system meets specific criteria related to its performance and behavior.
  1. Introduction to functional test automation
    • Benefits and challenges of functional test automation
    • Selecting appropriate automation tools and frameworks
    • Developing automated test scripts and test data management
    • Best practices for successful functional test automation

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Functional Testing Corporate Training Prices

Elevate your team's Functional Testing skills with our Functional Testing corporate training course. Choose from transparent pricing options tailored to your needs. Whether you have a training requirement for a small group or for large groups, our training solutions have you covered.

Request for a quote to know about our Functional Testing corporate training cost and plan the training initiative for your teams. Our cost-effective Functional Testing training pricing ensures you receive the highest value on your investment.

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Our customized corporate training packages offer various benefits. Maximize your organization's training budget and save big on your Functional Testing training by choosing one of our training packages. This option is best suited for organizations with multiple training requirements. Our training packages are a cost-effective way to scale up your workforce skill transformation efforts..

Starter Package

125 licenses

64 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

Tailored for SMBs

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350 licenses

160 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

Ideal for growing SMBs

Enterprise Package

900 licenses

400 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

Designed for large corporations

Custom Package

Unlimited licenses

Unlimited duration

Designed for large corporations

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This Corporate Training for Functional Testing is ideal for:

Edstellar's instructor-led Functional Testing Training Program is designed for organizations/learning and development departments and HR teams looking to upskill software testing, quality assurance teams, software developers, and project managers.

Prerequisites for Functional Testing Training

Edstellar's Functional Testing Training Program requires familiarity with software development and testing concepts.

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The instructor-led Functional Testing Training training is conducted by certified trainers with extensive expertise in the field. Participants will benefit from the instructor's vast knowledge, gaining valuable insights and practical skills essential for success in Functional Testing practices.

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