(EN) ISTQB CTAL, Test Analyst

This practical course is intended for software testers who wish to become highly-skilled Test Analysts.

Course description

This 3-day course is intended for software testing professionals who wish to build on the knowledge and skills of the Foundation Level and further develop their test analysis, design and execution skills in order to become highly-skilled Test Analysts. More information about the course can be found in the brochure below.

CTAL Test Analyst Brochure
Key takeaways

The main objectives of this course besides preparing you for the optional certification exam:

The test analyst's contributions to the overall test effort

Advanced test analysis and design techniques

Course details

Course duration: 3 days, each day from 09:00 to 17:00

Course price: 28.700 CZK / 1161 EUR*

Exam price: 4860 CZK / 190 EUR*

*All Prices are excluding VAT. Unless agreed otherwise invoices will be in CZK, for an agreement on the currency contact us at events@tesena.com or let us know in the customer notes section in the order form. Prices in EUR are indicative and can vary based on the exchange rate. The exam is not included in the training price.

Tal Pe'er

Tal has been in software testing since 1996, working as a tester and a test manager in many diverse projects in the field of communication, online media verification, oil & gas, defence, to name some. Currently Tal is an independent consultant and trainer of software and test process improvement. When he’s not testing, Tal loves photography and playing the guitar.

Miroslav Renda

Mirek has been in various project roles in the IT business for more than 25 years. For the last 8 years, he has enjoyed interesting projects in the large Czech banks and the automotive sector as a test manager. He contributed to the Efektivní testování software book published by GRADA. He loves his two children, nature and sport in any form.

Radek Šikola

Radek has been in software testing for over 15 years. He currently works as a Test Manager, Delivery Manager, and supervisor for IT and business. Radek’s main domains include telecommunications, banking, and the public sector.