TMAP Training: Quality for cross-functional teams
Many companies and organizations today work in an agile way and therefore most often in DevOps-teams and/or cross-functional teams. This may seem like a trivial change, but in reality it means that all members of the team need new skills and abilities within test and quality assurance. Sogeti Sweden is accredited to provide the training "TMAP: Quality for cross-functional teams".
Duration: 3 days
- 2024: April 10th, 17th and 24th
Participants: Maximum 12 participants
Exam: Voucher to exam included
Trainers: Eva Holmquist or Marie Blomgren, Swedish accredited trainers for “TMAP: Quality for cross-functional teams”
Literature: As a participant, you will receive a free copy of the e-book TMAP® Quality for DevOps
Why is this training course relevant?
In today’s IT world cross-functional teams are expected to deliver business value with the right quality at speed. TMAP® supports this new way of working towards built-in quality which goes beyond just testing.
This training course provides all people in a high-performance IT delivery team, such as a DevOps or Scrum team, with the required knowledge and skills that are important for building quality in their IT system and gaining confidence that the pursued business value can be achieved.
During this training course the participants (that typically are a member of a cross-functional team in any role) will get knowledge and practical experience with the following QA & testing subjects:
- The VOICE model for achieving business value by IT delivery
- IT delivery models, especially DevOps
- Cross-functional teams and continuous quality engineering
- The whole-team approach and relevance for Dev and Ops people
- QA & testing topics such as:
o Reviewing and pull-requests
o Continuous improvement and metrics
- Continuous everything, test automation and CI/CD pipeline
- Total cost of quality
- Indicators, reporting and alerting
- Quality measures
- Personal, interpersonal and team skills
- Test varieties (perfomance -, usability -, security testing and more)
- Experience-based testing: exploratory testing and mob testing
- Test design: boundary value analysis, path coverage, condition oriented testing, code coverage and mutation testing.
The training course lets participants get experience on these subjects through short introductions followed by relevant exercises and leaves ample room for sharing experiences by all participants. During the course the participants will also practice exam questions.
This training course is for all people working in or with high-performance IT delivery teams (such as DevOps and Scrum). Relevant roles include business analysts, product owners, developers, operations people, quality engineers, testers, users, scrum masters, agile coaches, release train engineers, etc.
Some voices from the previous training session:
”Great material, clear presentations and relevant exercises"
“Very valuable and interesting"
“It was easy to embrace the training content and our teacher gave good explanations and provided us with good study material"
”Eva clearly has an extensive knowledge and experience in the topic and managed the training in an excellent way."
”Very good run through and explanations. Eva listened to the group and met our needs in a very flexible way"
Required advance knowledge
For this training course basic knowledge of information technology, working in teams and an Agile way of working is required. There are no specific certifications required.
The exam is provided by the independent exam provider iSQI. The participants will get a voucher for the exam and can schedule the exam at their own convenience.
The cost for the training including certification is 9995 SEK per person.
- Eva HolmquistAccredited TMAP Trainer, Test & QA Expert
072-502 83 93
Eva HolmquistAccredited TMAP Trainer, Test & QA Expert
072-502 83 93
- Marie BlomgrenAccredited TMAP Trainer
073-518 01 41
Marie BlomgrenAccredited TMAP Trainer
073-518 01 41
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