As a software tester, you will be responsible for the identification of errors and malfunctions in software programs that may cause the software to become unstable or that may cause it to become less user friendly. This is to ensure that, when software is made available to the public, it is of a high standard and will be ready to use in the market that it is intended for.
This not only helps companies with future software development, but to ensure that they deliver high quality products.
The BCS Software Testing Intermediate course will build upon the skills and knowledge gained from the BCS Software Testing Foundation course and will offer a more practical approach to what you have learned so far. This will provide a tremendous boost to your career prospects, as you will have proven that you are dedicated by building further upon your foundational knowledge.