ISTQB FOUNDATION LEVEL MODEL-BASED TESTER COURSE
The course is created by Masterfield Training Center and Budapest University of Technology
and Economics. This world-class course is officially accredited by ISTQB, high quality
training materials are guaranteed.
The MBT course is ideal for testers and test teams preparing for the ISTQB Model-Based Tester certification.
About the instructor
Zoltán Micskei is an associate professor at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, and holds a PhD degree in software engineering. He has more than 15 years’ experience in research and teaching. He frequently participates in international research projects, and gives talks at professional events. His main research area is software testing, specializing in model- and code-based test generation. His goal is to produce advanced, but practical testing tools and languages.
MBT course standard fee 590 EUR + VAT
Course: ISTQB Foundation Level - Model-Based Tester
Trainer: Zoltán Micskei PhD
Duration: 2 days (9:00-17:00)
Location: Masterfield Training Center
47-49 Madarasz Viktor str., Budapest 1138, Hungary
Passed ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level exam, intermediate English.
The CTFL-MBT qualification addresses people having reached the first level of achievement in their software testing career, including
- Test Analysts
- Technical Test Analysts
- Test Managers
- System and Software Developers and Architects
- Project Managers
- Quality Managers
- Product Managers
- Business Analysts
- Business Process Experts
The ISTQB Foundation Level Certified Model-Based Tester course is a specialist module at the Foundation Level. The ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level (CTFL) certification is a required prerequisite for the ISTQB Foundation Level Certified Model-Based Tester (CTFL-MBT) exam. A person with the CTFL-MBT Certificate has extended the broad understanding of testing acquired at the Foundation Level to enable capabilities required for the Model-Based Testing (MBT) process, methodology and techniques.
Through presentation, discussion, hands-on exercises, and post-exercise solution defense, attendees will learn to:
- Collaborate in a model-based testing team using standard terminology and established MBT concepts, processes and techniques.
- Apply and integrate model-based testing in a test process.
- Effectively create and maintain MBT models using established techniques and best practices of model-based testing.
- Select, create and maintain test artifacts from MBT models considering risk and value of the features tested.
- Support the organization to improve its quality assurance process to be more constructive and efficient.
- In general, an ISTQB® Certified Model-Based Tester has acquired the necessary skills to successfully contribute to MBT projects in a given context.
The course runs for two days, with attendees encouraged to take the ISTQB Model-Based Tester exam after completing the course and after further study. Each day is about 360 minutes of class time.
Timing is approximate, depending on attendee interest, discussion, and interaction about the exercises. Each day consists of a mixture of lecture, discussion, exercises, and presentation/discussion of exercise solutions to the group.
1 Introduction to Model-Based Testing
1.1 Objectives and Motivations for MBT
1.1.1 Main Motivations for MBT
1.1.2 Misleading Expectations and Pitfalls of MBT
1.2 MBT Activities and Artifacts in the Fundamental Test Process
1.2.1 MBT Specific Activities
1.2.2 Essential MBT Artifacts (Inputs and Outputs)
1.3 Integrating MBT into the Software Development Lifecycles
1.3.1 MBT in Sequential and Iterative Software Development Lifecycles
1.3.2 Supporting Requirements Engineering
2 MBT Modeling
2.1 MBT Modeling
2.1.1 MBT Modeling Activities
2.1.2 Subject and Focus of MBT Models
2.1.3 MBT Models Depend on Test Objectives
2.2 Languages for MBT Models
2.2.1 Main Categories of Modeling Languages for MBT
2.2.2 Language Categories Relevant for Different Systems and Project Objectives
2.3 Good Practices for MBT Modeling Activities
2.3.1 Quality Characteristics for MBT Models
2.3.2 Typical Mistakes and Pitfalls in MBT Model Design
2.3.3 Linking Requirements and Process Related Information to the MBT Model
2.3.4 Modeling Guidelines for MBT
2.3.5 Reuse of Existing System Design or Requirements Models
2.3.6 Tool Support for Modeling Activities
2.3.7 Iterative Model Development, Review and Validation
3 Selection Criteria for Test Case Generation
3.1 Classification of MBT Test Selection Criteria
3.1.1 Test Selection Criteria
3.1.2 Test Case Selection in Practice
3.1.3 Examples of Test Selection Criteria
3.1.4 Relation to Foundation Level Test Design Techniques
3.2 Applying Test Selection Criteria
3.2.1 Degree of Automation in Test Generation
3.2.2 Pros and Cons of Specific Test Selection Criteria
3.2.3 Good Practices of MBT Test Selection
4 MBT Test Implementation and Execution
4.1 Specifics of MBT Test Implementation and Execution
4.1.1 Abstract and Concrete Test Cases in the MBT Context
4.1.2 Different Kinds of Test Execution
4.1.3 The Impact of Changes on the MBT Artifacts
4.2 Activities of Test Adaptation in MBT
5 Evaluating and Deploying an MBT Approach
5.1 Evaluate an MBT Deployment
5.1.1 ROI Factors for MBT Introduction
5.1.2 Organizational Objectives and their Relationship to the Characteristics of the MBT Approach
5.1.3 Metrics and Key Performance Indicators
5.2 Manage and Monitor the Deployment of an MBT Approach
5.2.1 Good Practices when Deploying MBT
5.2.2 Cost Factors of MBT
5.2.3 Integration of the MBT Tool
Masterfield Training Center
Masterfield Training Center is the first educational institute in Hungary accredited to deliver the official ISTQB test engineer courses. Since 2009 we've trained hundreds of software testers to achieve ISTQB qualifications and to develop their software testing skills.
The following ISTQB courses are available at Masterfield Training Center: