Certified Agile Tester (LAI-CAT)
 
Certification Overview

Certified Agile Tester (LAI-CAT) is a designation provided to someone who completes the Learning Objectives for Agile Testing and demonstrates the knowledge to perform this role. Agile Testing is an important part of Agile Knowledge Area in the Enterprise Agile Coaching Competency Framework.

This course provides the learners with an opportunity to become a Certified Agile Tester. It enables the learners to gain the knowledge required to function effectively and efficiently in a testing role within an Agile Environment. 

 
Learning Objectives

After going through LAI-CAT certification course, the learners are able to:

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  1. Differentiate between the role of testers in an agile environment compared with the role of testers in a traditional environment.

  2. Explain how the Agile Manifesto and Agile Principles is realized within an Agile testing process and approach.

  3. Demonstrate a range of soft skills required by agile team members.

  4. Explain and categorize the purpose of various testing techniques and how they can be applied appropriately within an Agile environment.

  5. Explain how the Test Driven Development (TDD) approach to code implementation is applied, how the tester can support Test Driven Development and what value this will add.

  6. Explain the purpose and approach to successfully implementing Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD) and Behavior Driven Development (BDD).

  7. Explain "Specification by Example" and how it is different/same as ATDD and BDD.

  8. Given a particular project scenario and a User Story, determine and apply a suitable set of systematic and exploratory test techniques and test completion criteria for the story.

  9. Demonstrate how pairing techniques are used to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of agile team members, improving the overall quality of the delivered product.

  10. Explain why it is essential to have test automation.

  11. Explain the various types of testing that can be automated and how decisions get made regarding what to automate.

  12. Explain how is defect management in an Agile Environment different from traditional projects, and what factors impact the amount of information that needs to be recorded.

 
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