Acceptance Tester Job in New Zealand
The purpose of this test is to evaluate the system’s compliance with the business requirements and assess whether it is acceptable for delivery.
Software skill Requirement
Well-paid job in New Zealand
According to the research of CareerNZ and absoluteIT, tester job’s salary is Lower Average : $60 per Hour, Medium Average : $90 per Hour, Upper Average : $100 per Hour
Lots of Job
Long-term Career Path
Long-term career path for testers is available. Software Tester, Manual Tester, Agile Tester, Test Analyst, Test Manager, Technical Test Analyst, Security Tester, Test Automation Engineer and so on.
What is a Job Ready Program?
The Job Ready Program is designed for people wanting to get their first software tester job in IT Industry. This includes international software qualification course, Internship and job placement support. Participants will be led by experienced tester expert the entire way, and receive hands-on coaching, one-on-one mentoring.
To be a tester, international standard theory for tester is required. our program is based on ISTQB syllabus and Glossary. Soft skills are included.
Prepare and learn for real-life software testing skill used in New Zealand Government projects and commercial world.
Be a ISTQB certified tester. ISTQB has administered over 700,000 exams in over 117 countries world-wide.
Have “Real-life” job experience testing by involving in government invested, large scale, reputable projects in all over the New Zealand.
Provides necessary support to take a next step. Be offered opportunities for employment through our government project partner and commercial partners
Be able to provide prospective employers with local references
Step 1 : Training
All our classroom training is based on ISTQB International certification scheme which will be led by ISTQB trainer.
Duration : 4 weeks ~ 8 weeks
2 sessions per week, 3 hours per session in the morning/afternoon/evenings for Mon/Wed or Tue/Thu
You will have a Online training access. Upskill yourself with training delivered at a location that is convenient for you
Duration : Study at your own pace
What to learn?
1.1 Fundamental Relations
1.1.1 Business Goals, Business Needs and Requirements
1.1.2 Requirements / User Stories, Acceptance Criteria and Accept
1.1.3 The Importance of the Quality of Requirements
1.2 Business Analysis and Acceptance Testing
1.2.1 Relationship between Business Analysis and Testing Activiti
1.2.2 Acceptance Testing within the Test Levels
1.2.3 Collaboration between BAs and Testers in Acceptance Testing
1.2.4 How Acceptance Testing Can Drive the Development Process
2.1 Writing Acceptance Criteria
2.2 Designing Acceptance Test Cases
2.2.1 Test techniques for acceptance testing
2.2.2 Using the Gherkin Language to write Acceptance Test Cases
2.3 Experience-based Approaches for Acceptance Testing
2.3.1 Exploratory Testing
2.3.2 Beta Testing
3.1 Modeling Business Processes and Rules
3.2 Deriving Acceptance Test Cases from Business Process/Rule Mod
3.3 Good Practices for Business Process Modeling for Acceptance T
4.1 Non-functional characteristics
4.2 Usability and User eXperience
4.2.1 Concepts of usability and user experience
4.2.2 Usability and Accessibility Limitations
4.2.3 User eXperience requirements analysis
4.2.4 Usability testing
4.3 Performance Efficiency
4.3.1 High-level performance acceptance test cases
4.3.2 Test conditions for performance acceptance test cases
4.4 Information Security
5.2.1 Incident analysis
5.2.3 QA activities for acceptance testing
5.3 Tool Support