CAT: Looking for enthusiastic testers that want to learn Agile

After an inspiring training week in February, I am glad to announce that Valori will run the Certified Agile Tester training again in May. The training will be just as interactive and instructive as the first (Check for yourself and watch the video).

After the training you can define your testing role in agile projects. Not only in theory, because we will bring the theory into practise. You’ll experience what it is like to work in agile teams, and define your own style. Because you actually gain hand-on experience, you will soon have an excellent position to make suggestions in your team and give them examples. Because the participants told us that the training and preparation for the CAT exam was demanding, we have changed the schedule of the training.  The next training is spread over two weeks, so you will have more time to prepare for the exam and the training interferes less with your daily job.

Are you interested? Egbert Bouman and I are looking for enthusiastic testers who like to start an small apprenticeship and go homeward bound as a certified as agile tester

The training will be held on 15, 16 , 21 and 22 May
The CAT practice and theory exam will take place on May 23
The training and exam is accredited by iSQI who takes care of international recognition of the certificate.  Location: Nieuwegein, the Netherlands

Do you want to know more, read the column I wrote for the Bits&Chips magazine (in Dutch), watch the video impression or look at the Valori website. If you prefere a dialoque … do not hesitate to contact Egbert or me.

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