Selenium is the most widely used test automation tool in the world and the demand for Selenium experts too has increased. At a time when layoffs are increasing due to automation, knowledge in Selenium will certainly help to get a job and to rise in the career. The best method to master Selenium is through working on Live Projects.
Many renowned trainers such as iTeLearn offer Live Project Training and it has many advantages.
- Hands on Experience in real time projects
- A chance to work with a global team
- Can gain expertise in creating Selenium Automation Framework for any application
- Can learn the use of JUnit/ TestNG for writing scripts.
- Learn the using of Maven as a Build Management Tools
- Can showcase the experience on your resume.
- Will get reference after the completion of the project.
Prerequisites to Participate in Selenium Live Project Training
- Knowledge of automation basics
- Knowledge of identifying elements
- Knowledge about Selenium WebDriver and its components
- Knowledge of Core Java, JUnit/ TestNG
- Knowledge about different Automation Frameworks.
Usually, teams of 6- 8 members will be created based on the time zones. Each member will have the freedom to select the module to work on and will be reporting to the respective team leaders. Each team can decide on the framework to work on depending on the expertise of the team members.
Then, the team members can start writing test cases and test scripts depending on the nature of the framework and start executing it. The focus will be on building the framework, working on the scripts and executing the test. There will be a scrum meeting every day and all the members should report the progress on a daily basis.
Many professional trainers such as iTeLearn are on a mission to enhance the quality of the IT industry by producing expert professionals in different domains with high caliber. That is why they prefer project-based training more than mere theoretical training. iTeLearn offers Selenium Live project training to those who have already learned Selenium and looking for experience apart from offering it as a part of training program. Those interested may contact iTeLearn.