Software Test Training

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Online Training includes many options for the testing professional, all from the comfort of your desk. From self-lead to webinar classes, STP has the online training to meet your needs.


Onsite or In-Person software testing training are scheduled events around the US and are usually 1- 3 days in length. Onsite Training is limited to 30 Software Testing Professionals at a time.

Software Test Professionals Conference


Held twice a year and alternating between eastern and western locations. STPCon contains 2 days of pre-conference workshops and 2 days of sessions.

Our flexible training options are designed to give software test and quality assurance professionals the skills necessary to successfully transform their complex business challenges into strategic capabilities. Below you will find our complete training calendar, you can browse by course, by location and by delivery format.

We are creating a training calendar that will provide you the one-stop shop for your software testing training needs. Subscribe to our Community list to receive updates on our progress. If you have a particular topic in mind for training, or you think you would like to lead a webinar, let us know, we are always looking for new topics and great new speakers!

Supercharge Your Functional Tests with Visual Powers in 8 Lines of Code

In this talk, I will take existing functional tests written in JavaScript and Java, and add visual testing capabilities to them. I promise – in just 8 lines of code!

Leading Business Testers

Watch This Webinar Now: Oftentimes companies forego hiring large professional test teams and opt instead to use individuals from the business to perform testing. As a test lead, leading a team of business testers can be a different and unique challenge.

7 Ways to Upskill & Transform Yourself into a Security Tester

STP Webinar: Upskilling requires unlearning followed by learning attitude for any individual. And also before transforming to anything, one needs to understand the importance in terms of “Why should I be upskilling and why should I care?”

Testing Problems that have Remained Unsolved

Testing as a practice has evolved over many years. We have had many experts who are popular today. We have many styles, schools and approaches to testing. A lot of complex problems have been solved. Yet – there remains a bunch of problems that are fundamental that have remained unsolved.