March 27th, 2020 by inflectra
As we discussed in our blog on Teletesting (testing while teleworking), working from home has its challenges, with difficulties in setting work/home boundaries, avoiding distractions and knowing when to take a break. However teleworking and being at home during a quarantine or lockdown is a perfect time to brush up on your skills and get some training. So, building on our new Rapise Quick Start implementation packages, we are pleased to offer some free training while you are sequestered.
We are right now (and for the next month until April 30th) offering Rapise training for free for your employees. Yes, you read that correct!
This offer includes training sessions, labs and if your employees successfully complete the basic course, a certificate in the end.
Even though it feels like an eternity right now, when the current Covid-19 Coronavirus situation is over you and your employees will be ready to optimize your business processes and software testing by applying automation.
We have a comprehensive list of Rapise training courses available, see the section below for more details. However for the free training, we are going to focus on the two key learning objectives and practical tasks. This will give you a good overview of test automation with Rapise and an understanding of how to manage and organize your test automation scenarios using a test management system such as SpiraTest.
Record and playback a simple test. Upload the results into SpiraTest.
Implement a test scenario in RVL.
Request your free training at email@example.com
In addition to these two free introductory sessions, we can offer the following more advanced topics upon request:
We also offer training on the following specific applications being tested:
If you are interested in getting your team trained up in Rapise at whichever level you deem necessary, please feel free to get in touch with us at Rapise@inflectra.com.
And if you have any questions, please email or call us at +1 (202) 558-6885
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