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Test Maturity Model Integration – TMMi Professional

Learning Objectives

The TMMi Professional is able to perform each of the following tasks:

  • Explain to management the business importance of test process improvement Guide and advice an organization or project when using the TMMi model as a basis for their test process improvement.
  • Providing support in the interpretation and understanding of the TMMi model, including the relationship of the TMMi to the CMMI model
  • Act as a co-assessor in informal TMMi assessments
  • Participate in programs for improving the test process within an organization or project and can identify critical success factors

Client Responsibilities

  • LCD Projector for projection
  • Two White boards
  • Conference Hall to seat the participants
  • Course Material copies to all the participants

Delivery Method

The course is a mix of case driven, instructor-led, and self paced learning, designed  to  enable  participants  learn,  experiment  and  implement  the concepts involving the TMMI Model and formal TMMi assessments. The participants  will  be  presented  with  ample  examples,  exercises  and  case studies to understand and apply the concepts taught.

Deliverable

  • Faculty Member for the training program
  • Master copy of the course notes [Hard Copy Format]
  • Case Study Copies
  • Course Handouts, if any

The target audience for the program are professionals with minimum of two  years  of  experience  with  regards  to  various  phases  of  Software Development Life Cycles and Software Testing, and should be involved with any / all / either of the functions given below:

  • Head of Testing
  • Test managers
  • Project Managers
  • Test leads
  • Sr Test Engineers

Introduction to Class

  • Familiarization with course material
  • Familiarization with the protocols and timings
  • Expectation setting and clarifications

Context of Test Improvement

  • Provide examples of the typical business reasons for test improvement.
  • Understand the different aspects of testing that can be improved
  • Summarize typical costs and benefits of the TMMi

Introduction to the TMMi Model

  • Summarize the structure of the CMMI process improvement model
  • Understand the aspects of the CMMI model with testing-specific relevance
  • Compare the suitability of CMMI for test process improvement to the TMMi model developed
  • specifically for test process improvement
  • Compare the continuous and staged representation including their strengths and weaknesses
  • Summarize the sources, e.g., TMM, used during the development of the TMMi model
  • Understand the evolution of the testing process as described by Gelperin and Hetzel
  • Summarize the scope of the TMMi model

TMMi Maturity Levels

  • Summarize the TMMI maturity levels and process areas
  • Explain the TMMi maturity levels

Structure of the TMMi

  • Summarize the components of the TMMi model
  • Explain the difference between a required, expected and informative component
  • Categorize the components of the TMMi model by type (required, expected, informative)
  • Summarize the generic goals of the TMMi model
  • Understand the two levels of institutionalization related to the generic goals GG2 and GG3
  • Recognize the generic practices of both GG2 and GG3
  • Summarize the relationship between TMMi and CMMI
  • Explain the support of CMMI generic practices for specific TMMi process areas
  • Explain the support of CMMI process areas for the TMMi process areas at the various maturity levels

TMMi model

  • Summarize the TMMi level 2 process areas (Test Policy and Strategy, Test Planning, Test
  • Monitoring and Control, Test Design and Execution and Test Environment) and specific goals
  • Recognize the specific practices of the TMMi level 2 process areas (Test Policy and Strategy, Test Planning, Test Monitoring and Control, Test Design and Execution and Test Environment)
  • Summarize the TMMi level 3 process areas (Test Organization, Test Training, Test Lifecycle and Integration, Non-Functional Testing and Peer Reviews) and specific goals
  • Recognize the specific practices of the TMMi level 3 process areas (Test Organization, Test
  • Training, Test Lifecycle and Integration, Non-Functional Testing and Peer Reviews)
  • Summarize the TMMi level 4 process areas (Test Measurement, Software Quality Evaluation,
  • Advanced Reviews) and specific goals
  • Recognize the specific practices of the TMMi level 4 (Test Measurement, Software Quality
  • Evaluation, Advanced Reviews) process areas
  • Summarize the TMMi level 5 process areas (Quality Control, Defect Prevention and Test Process Optimization) and specific goals
  • Recognize the specific practices of the TMMi level 5 process areas (Quality Control, Defect Prevention and Test Process Optimization)

TMMi Assessments

  • Explain the role of assessments with the overall improvement process
  • Compare informal assessments to formal assessment
  • Summarize the generic assessment process

Implementing TMMi

  • Summarize the activities of the initiating phase of the improvement framework
  • Summarize the key elements of a test policy
  • Summarize the activities of the diagnosing phase of the improvement framework
  • Summarize the activities of the establishing phase of the improvement framework
  • Summarize the activities of the acting phase of the improvement framework
  • Summarize the activities of the learning phase of the improvement framework
  • Recognize the critical success factor for test process improvement
  • Explain the risks behind not considering the critical success factors

The TMMi Professional Examination:

Exam Structure

The TMMi Professional examination will be based on this document. The format of the examination is multiple choice.

  • The examination shall comprise 40 multiple-choice questions. The number of points available in an examination is 40. Each correctly answered question is worth one point.
  • The time allowed for the examination is 60 minutes, if given in the candidate’s native language. If the candidate’s native language is not the examination language, the time allowed is 75 minutes. A score of at least 65% (26 or more points) is required to pass.
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Test Maturity Model Integration – TMMi Professional

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