A fully interactive multimedia based course designed for companies and individuals wishing to achieve Foundation and Intermediate level certification in the BCS Software Testing qualification scheme.
The ILX Software Testing Foundation course as been designed to prepare delegates for the Certified Tester Foundation Level examination. This Foundation level qualification is appropriate for anyone who wants more than a basic understanding of the concepts of software testing and takes approximately 21 hours to complete.
The Intermediate certificate is the next level of competency in software testing after the Foundation level and covers everything required by the BCS syllabus, with the emphasis on helping delegates to understand, remember and apply knowledge and applicable skills. Achieving a pass in this certificate provides evidence that the candidate has proven analytical ability, having gained knowledge and practical skills in the key topics required for practising software testing.
In order to sit the BCS Intermediate examination you must already hold the Software Testing Foundation qualification (formal name is Certified Tester Foundation Level examination).
If you wish to view the full Foundation syllabus it is available here.
If you wish to view the full Intermediate syllabus it is available here.
Those who require BCS/ ISTQB Foundation and Intermediate level certification in Software Testing with the possibility of going on to more advanced Software Testing qualifications.
Exams are taken at Pearson Vue testing centres.
Software Testing Foundation exam
Software Testing Intermediate exam