ISTQB® Advanced Level Test Manager Certification Now Available through ANZTB as an eExam!

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The ANZTB are now offering the ISTQB® Advanced Level Test Manager eExam!

Take your testing career to the next level with the ISTQB® Certified Tester Advanced Level – Test Manager (CTAL-TM) certification through the ANZTB’s eExam platform.  eExams offers you the convenience and flexibility of doing your certification at a time and place suitable to you!

The ANZTB also offer the ISTQB® Foundation Level (CTFL), the ISTQB® Foundation Level Agile Tester (CTFL-AT), and theISTQB® Advanced Level Test Analyst (CTAL-TA) certifications via eExams.  More certifications will be added to our eExam platform very soon!  Make sure you sign up to the ANZTB mailing list so you don’t miss any of our announcements!

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ISTQB® Advanced Level Test Analyst Certification Now Available through ANZTB as an eExam!

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The ANZTB are now offering the ISTQB® Advanced Level Test Analyst eExam!

Take your testing career to the next level with the ISTQB® Certified Tester Advanced Level – Test Analyst (CTAL-TA) certification through the ANZTB’s eExam platform.  eExams offers you the convenience and flexibility of doing your certification at a time and place suitable to you!

The ANZTB also offer the ISTQB® Foundation Level (CTFL) and the ISTQB® Foundation Level Agile Tester (CTFL-AT) certifications via eExams.  More certifications will be added to our eExam platform very soon!  Make sure you sign up to the ANZTB mailing list so you don’t miss any of our announcements!

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ANZTB eExam FAQs

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In partnership with Kryterion, the ANZTB are offering candidates the flexibility and convenience of sitting ANZTB’s ISTQB® Certified Tester online exams at any of the Kryterion exam centres.

These exams have been developed by the ANZTB, therefore maintaining the high standard and quality in exams that ANZTB are well known for.

Our eExams offer candidates flexibility and convenience taking ANZTB’s ISTQB® exams, with immediate exam results and feedback*!

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Soft Skills presented at the Perth ANZTB SIGiST – Wednesday 10th October 2018

The ANZTB hosted a Special Interest Group in Software Testing (SIGiST) evening last week (10th October) in Perth that delivered some new concepts to many of the attendees.

Suzanne Waldron specialises in presentations that help to develop an explicit leadership style and presented “Say What You Mean” – guiding the audience to develop better working relationships through the art of straight talk. She delivered her presentation in a very enthusiastic manner and engaged beautifully with the audience. Anyone who enjoyed her style of thinking may want to look up her first book – “A Flourishing Mind”.

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ISTQB® 2018 Foundation Level Certification Now Available through ANZTB!

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The ANZTB are now offering the 2018 Foundation Level Certification!

The ISTQB® recently released the 2018 Foundation Level Certification (CTFL), which was updated to maintain its relevance, and to reflect the current state of the software testing industry. The changes to the syllabus are the result of extensive feedback and review; the updated syllabus further supports individuals and employers with the skills required in testing. Continue reading

ANZTB Test 2018 Conference

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Now in it’s 10th year, the ANZTBTest2018 conference was held on Friday 1 June 2018 at the Hyatt Hotel in Canberra, Australia.

This year’s conference was another success, with delegates hearing from industry experts on the topic of “Tailoring Testing for Success”.  This year’s exceptional presentations included:

  • Surviving and succeeding in a Megaproject (or Two), by Nathan Bligh
  • The Future of Testing, by Thomas Hadorn
  • Living the good life within the lifecycle, by Judy McKay
  • Post Testing, by Will Erskine
  • Fitting into Continuous Delivery: The Mindshift, by Kate Nesmyelova
  • Everybody wants test automation – but what do they really need? by Tony Parrott

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