Apps and mobiles have become an important element of today’s IT and society in a very short time frame. Mobile technologies are fast changing and have a huge impact on how we develop, how we test and what we test.
IT professionals should be up to date with the latest development of the mobile technology and how it impacts testing, performance and security. This course will give you an excellent introduction to the world of Mobile App Testing. As a result of the various exercises you will take part during this course, you will gain a broader understanding of the impact of mobile and the broadness of the market.
This Foundation Level course provides you with the most relevant techniques and terminology. The duration of the course is 2 days. On the second day you have the opportunity to take the exam. This is an entry level certification and positioned on the Foundation Level of a broader program in the domain of mobile technologies (Certified Mobile App Professional).
Other topics in this domain are:
• Mobile App Test Automation
• Mobile App Performance Testing*
• Mobile App Security Testing*
CMAP Mobile App Testing - Foundation Level
Board / Organization
iSQI’s Special Interest Group “Certified Mobile App Professional”
Course: English, French, German & Spanish | Exam: English, French, German & Spanish
The CMAP Mobile App Testing – Foundation Level is an entry level certification aimed at anyone involved in Mobile App Testing: Project Managers, Quality Managers, Software Development Managers, Business Analysts, Developers, Testers, IT Directors and Management Consultants
It is recommended that the candidate holds a Foundation Level certificate as “ISTQB® Certified Tester” (CTFL) or has equivalent knowledge. Basic knowledge of concepts in software testing is required
CMAP Mobile App Testing – Foundation Level is offered as a Test Center Exam in over 5,200 Pearson VUE locations, as a FLEX Exam or SMEX Exam or as a paper-based exam after training or during our regularly scheduled public examinations.
40 questions, multiple-choice, 60 minutes (25% time extension for non-native speakers available on request), minimum score 65%