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Vskills certification for Software Quality Assurance Professional assesses the candidate for a company’s software testing and quality assurance needs. The certification tests the candidates on ...

Vskills certification for Software Quality Assurance Professional assesses the candidate for a company’s software testing and quality assurance needs. The certification tests the candidates on various areas in software quality assurance which include basic knowledge of concepts of quality and quality models, software configuration management, various analysis techniques and metrics used for SQA, risk management, audit and control.

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  • Certified Software Quality Assurance Professional VS-1085
  • Certified Software Quality Assurance Professional Certified Software Quality Assurance Professional Certification Code VS-1085 Vskills certification for Software Quality Assurance Professional assesses the candidate for a company’s software testing and quality assurance needs. The certification tests the candidates on various areas in software quality assurance which include basic knowledge of concepts of quality and quality models, software configuration management, various analysis techniques and metrics used for SQA, risk management, audit and control. Why should one take this certification? This Course is intended for professionals and graduates wanting to excel in their chosen areas. It is also well suited for those who are already working and would like to take certification for further career progression. Earning Vskills Software Quality Assurance Professional Certification can help candidate differentiate in today's competitive job market, broaden their employment opportunities by displaying their advanced skills, and result in higher earning potential. Who will benefit from taking this certification? Job seekers looking to find employment in IT or software testing and quality assurance department of various software development companies in public or private sector, students generally wanting to improve their skill set and make their CV stronger and existing employees looking for a better role can prove their employers the value of their skills through this certification. Test Details • • • Duration: 60 minutes questions: No. of questions: 50 Maximum marks: 50, Passing marks: 25 (50%) There is no negative marking in this module. Fee Structure Rs. 2,500/- (Includes all taxes) Companies that hire Vskills Certified Software Quality Assurance Professional Software Quality Assurance professionals are in great demand. Companies specializing in development and testing of software are constantly hiring knowledgeable software quality assurance professionals. www.vskills.in
  • Certified Software Quality Assurance Professional Table of Contents 1. Introduction 1.1 Quality Concepts and customer expectation 1.2 TQM, PDCA, six-sigma and base lining 2. Analyst Skills 2.1 Essential soft skills 2.2 Team handling and leadership qualities 3. SQA Overview 3.1 Software quality challenges and expectations 3.2 SQA key definitions and components 3.3 Structured vs traditional software development and enhancement and SQA 4. Quality Models 4.1 ISO standards 4.2 CMMi 5. Software Configuration Management (SCM) 5.1 Introduction and overview of the SCM plan and tools 5.2 Configuration management and software configuration identification 5.3 Base lining 5.4 Software configuration control, auditing and status accounting 6. Value Proposition 6.1 SQA economics 6.2 Cost Matrix, SLA and ROI 7. Planning and framework 7.1 Planning process and organizational maturity 7.2 Develop and implement framework 7.3 Best practices 8. Software Development Life Cycle 8.1 SDLC and key SQA points 8.2 Life cycle phases and quality factors 8.3 SQA events, functions and deliverables 9. Verification and Validation 9.1 Verification methods and coverage 9.2 Validation levels, test plan and estimate www.vskills.in View slide
  • Certified Software Quality Assurance Professional 10. Analysis Techniques 10.1 Quantitative techniques 10.2 Qualitative techniques 10.3 Scorecard and QFD 11. Metrics 11.1 Concepts and developing metrics 11.2 Data and metric types 12. Risk Management 12.1 Risk types and analysis process 12.2 Risk management techniques and SOX 13. Auditing and Control 13.1 Software audits and control management 13.2 Control types and usage 13.3 COSO, COBIT and ITIL 14. Advanced SQA 14.1 Project data management, production and control 14.2 Effects of resource availability on quality www.vskills.in View slide
  • Certified Software Quality Assurance Professional Course Outline Introduction Understanding the concepts of quality and customer expectation responsible for it. Describing various technical terms like TQM, PDCA, six-sigma, base lining, etc. Analyst Skills Illustrating the skills needed by an SQA analyst as soft skills, team handling and leadership qualities SQA Overview Detailing the challenges and expectations for maintaining the software quality Explaining the key definitions and components of SQA process Comparing the structured and traditional software development approach and the enhancements by implementing SQA Quality Models Describing the various quality models being followed as ISO standard and CMMi Software Configuration Management (SCM) Illustrating the basics of the software configuration management and it’s tools Explaining the process of configuration management, identifying the software configuration and base lining as applicable to SQA Detailing the techniques for software configuration control, auditing and status accounting of the SQA process Value Proposition Understanding the economics of SQA and application of cost Matrix, SLA and ROI Planning and framework Describing the planning process for SQA and steps to process maturity Explaining the process of framework development and implementation Illustrating the best practices for planning and framework development Software Development Life Cycle Detailing the concepts of software development life cycle and key SQA points in it Explaining the life cycle phases and quality factors to be implemented in SDLC Describing the various SQA events, functions and deliverables under SDLC Verification and Validation Illustrating the various verification methods and their coverage Understanding the different validation levels, test plan and estimation techniques www.vskills.in
  • Certified Software Quality Assurance Professional Analysis Techniques Explaining the various quantitative and qualitative techniques used in analysis Describing the basics of scorecard and QFD as applied to SQA Metrics Illustrating the concepts of metrics and methods for their usage and development Detailing the various types of data and metric applied to them Management Risk Management Describing the different types of risks and process to analyze them Illustrating the risk management techniques and concepts and usage of SOX Auditing and Control Understanding the basics of software audits and techniques to manage controls Explaining the different types of control and their usage Describing the concepts and application of COSO, COBIT and ITIL for auditing and control of the SQA process Advanced SQA Understanding the techniques for data management, production and control in project Detailing the effects of resource availability on quality www.vskills.in
  • Certified Software Quality Assurance Professional Sample Questions 1. The term COBIT refers to _____________. A. Control Objectives for Information and Relational Technology B. Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology C. Control Options for Information and Related Technology D. None of the above 2. The institute which collaborated for CMM development, is _____________. A. Software Maturity Institute B. Software Engineering Institute C. Software Capability Institute D. None of the above 3. The term SOX expands to _____________. A. Sarbanes–Oxley Activity B. Sarbanes–Oxley Action C. Sarbanes–Oxley Act D. None of the above 4. Escrow arrangement refers to _____________. A. Legal arrangement B. SQA metric C. SQA technique D. None of the above 5. The number of maturity levels in CMM are _____________. A. 5 B. 4 C. 3 D. None of the above Answers: 1 (B), 2 (B), 3 (C), 4 (A), 5 (A) www.vskills.in