Qa testing

Qa testing

About ProICT

ProICT LLC, is a registered online training provider found and led by the group of IT working professionals and experts. Our trainers are not only highly experienced and knowledgeable but also current IT working Professionals leading IT companies in USA, UK, Canada and other countries. We are ready to share our knowledge and years  of working experience with other professionals to assist and guide them  get ahead in career.

About The Course

Software Manual Testing training is an online live virtual training by ProICT . It is an on-demand training which provides depth knowledge and helps build skills about  Software Development Life Cycle and QA Testing techniques. This course is designed for an individual who has no experience to professionals who want to enhance their knowledge and build skills as a Manual Tester and Database Tester. This is a comprehensive training which led by industry-experienced and certified trainers. Our trainers are highly experienced and skillful who have been working in IT industry and providing training as successful trainers for years.

Course Highlights: 
1. Live virtual training
2. Manual+SQL Database Testing
3. 8am to 9am
4. Monday to Friday
5. 30+ hours of live virtual training
6. Questions and answers
7. Practical examples from experience
8. Interview assistant
9. Resume assistant
10. Job placement assistant
What is Software Testing?

Software Testing is a process of finding software defects or errors in codes. In other words, it’s a technique to verify and validate software functionalities as per client’s requirements. These codes or functionalities are tested by Software Testers, also known as QA Testers.

What is Manual Testing?
Manual Testing refers to a process where Software Testers  execute some written steps or instructions known as Test Cases. These Test Cases are executed by hand manually without utilizing any automation tools. Manual testing is the most primitive form of testing and there are various techniques  to find defects within the software system. Any new application should be tested manually by QA Testers before it’s testing could be automated. Manual testing requires more effort but is essential.

What is Database Testing?
Database is a collection of interrelated files on a server. While implementing and integrating various types of errors can occur in database system and can also affect the performance, reliability, and consistency in a negative manner. Thus, it is important to test the database system which also satisfies the ACID (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, and Durability) properties of database management system.

Who should enroll for Manual Testing training?
ProICT Manual Testing courses are available for everyone. Everyone! Yes, anyone can take our Manual Testing course. This course is  most appropriate for freshers (IT or Non-IT background) who want to learn about software testing and start a career  as a Software Tester. Manual Testing training is  handy for other IT professionals such as Project Managers, Scrum Masters, Developers, Business Analyst, Directors and others who want to work with QA testers and understand Testing perspective.

Purpose of Manual Testing

The main Purpose of Manual Testing is to make sure software functionalities are working as stated by the requirement specs document.

It includes the testing of the Software by hands i.e. without requiring any automated tool or any script. In this particular type, the tester will get control of the parts and check out the Software to acknowledge any unexpected behavior or defect in software.

An assessment plan document, also known as Test Plan, is created by Test Lead which describes the detailed and systematic approach to test entire software. Mainly Test Methods include a complete understanding of the workflow of the system. To ensure the quality of the software, Test Cases and Test Scenarios are created and executed by Quality Assurance (QA) Testing Team.

Objective of Manual Testing

The aim of Manual Tests is to make sure that the application is error free and can be used by the requirement towards the specified practical needs. Test Suites, which are collections of Test Cases, are created and executed throughout the testing phase to meet 100% test coverage.

Additionally, it makes certain that developers fix reported defects and re-testing, also known as Regression Testing, are performed by testers around the fixed errors. Essentially, this testing checks the caliber of the machine and delivers bug-free product towards the customer.

Few Myths of Manual testing:

Myth: Anyone can test a software and do the manual testing.

Fact: It requires prior training and knowledge in related technology.

Myth: Testing is done so the user can get 100% defect free product.

Fact: Testing tries to find as numerous mistakes as you possibly can. Identifying all possible errors doesn’t seem possible.

Myth: Automated tests are more efficient than manual testing

Fact: 100% test automation can’t be done. Manual Tests are also essential.

Myth: Testing software post development is very easy.

Fact: It’s challenging and can be more complicated than building software. It’s the reason testers earn more than developers.

Comparison of Manual and Automatic Testing

Automation Tests are done using various automation testing tools, and complete test scripts are prepared whereas manual testing requires human intervention for test execution.

Automation Testing  is time, cost and workforce effective. Once recorded, it’s simpler to operate an automatic test suite in comparison with manual testing that will require skilled labor, for critical software’s it’s needed.

Any application could be tested by hand, but automated tests are suggested for stable systems. It’s used and deployed as a way of regression testing. Also, certain testing types like ad-hoc and monkey testing tend to be more suited to manual execution.

Manual testing could become repetitive and boring. So, automation is introduced in many test cases.


  1. A computer to attend live virtual classes
  2. Good internet connection



Manual Testing Course Content

  1. Introduction
  2. Test Types
    1. Functional Test
    2. Non Functional Test
  3. Testing Techniques
  4. Software Development Life Cycle
    1. Requirement
    2. Analysis
    3. Design
    4. Coding
    5. Testing
    6. Shipped to Customer
    7. Maintenance
  5. Software Testing Life Cycle
    1. Requirement Analysis
    2. Test Planning
    3. Test Case Development
    4. Test Case Reviews & Fixes
    5. Test Execution
    6. Bug Reporting and Regression Testing
    7. Test Closure
  6. Test case Preparation
  7. Test case Review
  8. Test Case Execution
  9. Bug Reporting
  10. Defect Life cycle
  11. SDLC Models
    1. Water Fall Model
    2. V-Model
    3. Agile Model
  12. Testing Principles
  13. Test summary Report Preparation
  14. Interview Questions


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