Silicon Valley Polytechnic Institute


Software Quality Assurance Fundamentals

A day without the use of computers and microchip-based devices (such as microwave ovens, mobile phones, MP3 players, GPS, automobile control systems, Mobile Applications, etc.) can be a challenge for many if not all of us. Without these things, our everyday work will likely be less productive and our entertainment choices will be less satisfactory. We have grown to depend on these things to work well and as expected, when and where we need them to work. Software is the soul of these devices providing the logical behaviors that make them work. Software needs to work accurately, effectively and reliably (software quality) for these things to work. This intensive one day seminar is an overview; but with comprehensive information to provide the target audience – software professionals and management who are involved in quality; a solid foundation for understanding software quality. The main topics to be covered are:

  • Software quality background:
  • Definition
  • Software quality attributes
  • Software quality perspectives:
  • Business and customers
  • Engineering
  • Quality Assurance
  • Software quality activities in product development/engineering life cycle:
  • Design for quality
  • Testing
  • Quality Assurance
  • Software quality frameworks:
  • Managing software quality
  • Software quality and process improvement
  • Software quality tools
  • Software quality metrics
  • Costs of software quality
  • Future trends in software quality

Seminar Duration

This is a one day seminar.


Seminar Schedule

Please check the CalPT calendar for schedule or contact CalPT at To register please call CalPT or send request to