Medical Device Software Testing- 

Foundation Level

 
 

FREE 1-hr webinar below from NOPMARK instructor, hosted by ASTQB, gives you an introduction to the Medical Device software testing

Software testing is a required activity in the medical device industry. Regulatory requirements and the risk of injury to the patient, user, and environment make this a mandatory and highly scrutinized task. While the basic software testing process and techniques apply, there are definite differences.
 
 

This 1-day course is offered in conjunction with the 3-day ISTQB Foundation Level course at a discounted price.

 
 

Classes offered in San Ramon, CA and onsite at your facility

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Upcoming Classes

 
 
 

Description

This is an Instructor-led course focused on preparing you to apply your ISTQB Foundation Level in Software Testing knowledge to a FDA regulated industry. 

The one-day Medical Device extension course is critical for all software testers working in the Medical Device and Healthcare industries. Learn the crucial elements of IEC 62304, ISO 14971, 21 CFR § 820.30, FDA General Principles of Software Validation, IEC 62366-1, and other applicable international and regulatory standards as they apply to  software testing activities and deliverables.

 

Course Tuition Includes

  • Instructor-led one-day course

  • Course notebook with all slides

  • Certificate of Completion

  • Tips and advice on being highly effective in the FDA regulated industry

  • One hour free practical consulting on your project

Course Outline

Why Medical Device Testing is Different

History of Regulations

Focus on Software Testing Activities of the Following Standards:

  • 21 CFR § 820 and 820.30, Quality System Regulations - Design Controls

  • IEC 62304, Medical device software - Software life cycle processes

  • ISO 13485, Medical devices - Quality Management Systems

  • Validation of Production Software and QMS

  • ISO 14971, Medical devices - Application of Risk Management to Medical Devices

  • FDA General Principles of Software Validation, Validation of Production Software and QMS

  • Mobile Medical Applications

  • Software as a Medical Device - SaMD

  • IEC 62366-1, Medical devices - Part 1: Application of usability engineering to medical devices

  • Cybersecurity, Post and Pre-Market

  • Digital Health and a look into the Future

How Medical Device Testing is Different:

  • Objective Evidence

  • Evidence of document reviews

  • How does Agile work with medical device software development and test

  • Different types of test techniques when applied to medical device, e.g. Session-based testing

  • Summary of all the changes related to Test Plans

  • Summary of all the changes related to Test Procedures

  • Summary of all the changes related to Test Reports

  • Summary of all the changes related to Defect Management

 

Class Schedule

If you have 6 or more students, save time and money with our on-site instruction at your facility. Learn more by contacting us info@nopmark.com

Morning Session 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Lunch 12:00 - 1:00 p.m
Afternoon Session 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.