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TPI1 - Version: 1
TPI in a Day – Introduction to the TPI Model
1 day course
This workshop is designed for QA/Test Managers who would like to learn how to apply the TPI (test process improvement) model in their own organization. The TPI model is a well known method published in 1999 by Tim Koomen & Martin Pol which identifies 20 key areas of the testing process that need to be considered for potential improvement. It offers a step-by-step, structured approach to improvement of the testing process so that small, gradual changes are made which have a positive and measurable impact and are within budgetary and resource constraints. This workshop involves some presentations and lots of interactive discussion and practical exercises. Actual examples from the software industry are also utilized to bring the model to life and make the information relevant.
Software Quality and Testing Managers who have a good understanding of software testing principles, techniques and methods yet are still struggling with software quality issues and would like to improve their testing processes.
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