QA Manual Track

The task of a QA engineer is not limited to ensuring high product quality. It is also critical to be focused on the software development process to prevent potential defects and errors.

  • Basic types of testing
  • Test-design techniques
  • Basics of computer networks (TCP/IP, OSP)
  • Basics of the Object-oriented programming (OOP)
  • Basic SQL
  • Intermediate English
  • How to search and find the necessary information
  • How to work with Windows and Linux
  • How to think critically
Delivery Methods
  • Instructor-led Training
  • E-learning
  • Blended Learning
Training Outline
Download a file to review all topics and directions covered during the QA Manual Track.
Training Outcomes

After the successful completion of the QA Manual Track, you will be able to:
• Analyze and work with technical requirements and business needs;
• Create test-cases and combine them in sets;
• Prepare check-lists;
• Find bugs and generate reports;
• Work in a team according to SCRUM methodology;
• Test products from a different point of view (user, business);

QA Interns Skill Set
Tech Skills:

• Requirement analysis
• Non-functional testing
• Functional testing
• Test cases documentation
• Bug reporting
• Test reporting
• SQL skills
• Bug tracker
• Test tracker
• Virtual machines
• Android emulators
• Root cause analysis
• QA tools: TestRail, Jenkins, Jira

Soft Skills:

• Effective communication
• Collaboration
• Creativity
• Critical thinking
• Presentation

English for IT Skill
Certification and Career Path

Participants receive InnoCamp certificate with personal ID and digital badge. The recommended career path is a QA Engineer.