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SQS Academy launches with new software quality and testing training portfolio

July 11, 2013 No Comments


SQS, the world’s leading specialist for software quality, has announced the launch of SQS Academy, a new brand and training portfolio for the testing industry. The SQS Academy offers delegates a full range of testing training, new role-based courses and the 2012 Syllabus ISTQB Certified Tester: Advanced Level Test Manager training.

The new look training portfolio delivers learning paths aimed at providing the rounded skill set required to be successful within testing and quality management. SQS Academy offers a core set of standard courses and also runs customised training to help an individual or organisation achieve specific training goals. Both types of course are available as public sessions or closed private events.

The new 2012 ISTQB Advanced Syllabus Test Manger training course has already been delivered to individuals across multiple industry sectors. To celebrate this addition to the SQS Academy portfolio, SQS is offering a 15% discount on all public training sessions for this course until the end of September 2013.

“Our training is grounded in over 30 years of experience in delivering testing and quality management. We know what works and what doesn’t in testing and we share that insight in our courses. Whether you are responsible for the quality policy in your company, have a leadership role in large test projects or are tasked with ensuring the delivery of a software system within budget, time and quality constraints, our new look training portfolio has courses to suit all levels,” said Steve Dennis, SQS Academy Director.

SQS Academy’s training courses take place across at SQS’ offices in Edinburgh, Belfast, Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, London and Dublin. SQS also offers its full range of courses as private events.

Full information about the training courses, including current discount offers and a new downloadable brochure, can be found on the SQS Academy website: For a bespoke training quotation, please contact or call 020 7448 4682.

About SQS Software Quality Systems

SQS is the world’s leading specialist in software quality. This position stems more than 30 years of successful consultancy operation. SQS consultants provide solutions for all aspects of quality throughout the whole software product lifecycle driven by a standardised methodology and deep experience in various industries. Headquartered in Cologne, Germany, the company employs approximately 2,400 staff. Along with a strong presence in Germany and the UK, SQS has further subsidiaries in Egypt, Finland, France, India, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Sweden, Switzerland, South Africa and the US. In addition, SQS maintains a minority stake in a company in Portugal. In 2012, SQS generated revenues of 210.1 million Euros.

SQS is the first German company to have a primary listing on the AIM (Alternative Investment Market) in London. In addition, SQS are also traded on the open market of the German Stock Exchange in Frankfurt am Main.

With over 7,000 completed projects under its belt, SQS has a strong client base, including half of the DAX 30, nearly a third of the STOXX 50 and 20 per cent of the FTSE 100 companies. These include, among others, Allianz, Beazley, BP, Centrica, Commerzbank, Daimler, Deutsche Post, Generali, JP Morgan, Meteor, Reuters and Volkswagen as well as companies from every other conceivable industry.



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