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It is with great pleasure that we announce the availability of the ISTQB Foundation Level Acceptance Testing certificate. This is the first syllabus to be developed by the ISTQB in partnership with the International Qualification Board for Business Analysis (IQBBA). The 2-day course builds on the knowledge and skills gained from the ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level and covers user acceptance testing (UAT), contractual and regulatory acceptance testing as well as alpha and beta testing.

The course can be taken as distance learning, group virtual sessions or on-site delivery (when regulations allow).

Please message us if you would like more information

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Posted: 01/03/2018 08:50:00

Grove are in sunny Turkey today (Friday 14th November), delivering a 1-day Public Training Course on ‘Managing Successful Test Automation’. For and on behalf of ‘Keytorc Software Testing Services’ .
Test Automation is one of my more passionate subjects as it helps Software Testing Teams get better results and streamline their testing processes etc,.

Also looking forward to catching up with you Sera Seren (Testing Service Manager).
Mark Fewster.
Co-Founder and Trainer to Software Testers and their teams.
Posted: 14/11/2014 10:24:52

Grove were delighted that all three sets of training materials passed accreditation first time "with flying colours", after the ISTQB advanced level certificates changed significantly in 2012. The Technical Test Analyst course sailed straight through and only minor adjustments were requested for the Test Analyst and Test Management courses.

The quality of Grove's training material is recognised by this success and appreciated by our course material licensees!
Posted: 20/12/2013 19:17:59

Mark and Dot’s book “Experiences of Test Automation” won the Automated Testing Institute's Automation Honors ‘Best Automated Testing Book’ Award in 2012, the year it was published. For more information about the award: click here

Co-authored by Dorothy Graham and Mark Fewster the book describes 28 case studies and many anecdotes about test automation covering a range of application areas, environments and platforms. The case studies cover commercial, open source and in-house tools, in traditional and agile development projects. Dot and Mark have highlighted good points, tips and lessons learnt.

Posted: 20/12/2013 19:04:17