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Manual Testing Foundation Level

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Program Overview

Manual testing is the process of testing applications manually for defects. It requires a tester to play the role of an end user, and use most of all features of the application to ensure correct behavior. To ensure completeness of testing, the tester often follows a standard procedure in testing that leads them through a set of important test cases.

Manual testing course explains and teaches the fundamentals, disciplines and principles of different types of software testing within Traditional and Agile SDLC. Candidates will learn how to effectively prioritize and apply testing techniques and processes through practical exercises in relation to their work environment. The training provides insight into testing within different software development life cycles. It also covers theoretical concepts of software testing and quality assurance standards and best practices.
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You call them instructors, we call them your Mentors!

They are the catalysts under whose supervision and arm’s length support our students are empowered to accomplish expertise in advanced technology. We boast of enterprising and talented resources with proven track records who are working in tandem with our goal to provide inspiring and enduring technical learning experience to our students.


  • Fundamental of software testing
  • Testing Throughout the Software Life Cycle
  • Static Techniques and Test Design in Software Testing
  • Black Box software testing
  • White Box software Testing
  • Software Test Management
  • Configuration, Risk and Incidents
  • Tools Support


Certificate of participation in ‘Software Testing- Manual Testing Foundation Level ‘ course.

Who should do this course?

Students and working professionals who wish to gain expertise in manual testing.



  • Session one
    12 June 2017
    21 04 17
  • Session two
    12 October 2017
    29 09 17
  • Session three
    08 February 2018
    31 01 18