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Greens Technologies Selenium training class will make you an expert in Selenium. In this best online Selenium training course, you will learn basics to advanced test automation using Selenium to the most advanced Selenium topics. We will also make sure to teach you Java, Python and SQL. You will also work on multiple real-time projects and assignments with this certified Selenium testing training.

 This Selenium QA training course in Chennai is taught keeping the careers of aspirants in mind. You will start learning Selenium automation testing from an expert having hands-on Selenium projects experience. Our Selenium experts will guide you to lean Java, Python, automation testing and teach you the basic and advanced Selenium automation testing concepts with real time examples.

  • Selenium Online Training is for Students / Non-IT beginners who wish to start a career in IT industry as a Selenium Automation Engineer.
  • Software Testers who want to get an automation testing job
  • You do not have a Computer Science degree and you wish to start a successful career in IT.
  • Automation testers who want to upgrade their skills
  • QA engineers, Testing Professionals, System Analysts, Test leads, managers
  • ISTQB certificate seekers
  1. Highly Interactive: All of our sessions are highly interactive as we encourage brainstorming sessions.

  2. Curriculum:  Our Syllabus is designed in such a way that it is up to date with the market trend. Hence we not only teach the conventional topics but also the upgraded versions to align ourselves and our students with IT industry pattern.

  3. Practical sessions: We believe in a practical approach and hence after every session we give  assignments in a way that students will get to apply the theory  immediately.

  4. Soft skills:  Emphasis is given on verbal and written communication skills as well ,as we believe in all round expertise.

  5. Resume Preparation and Interview readiness: We have a dedicated team who works on building your resume effectively and make you ready for interviews through mock interview practices.

  6. Support Team: Our  support Team will be in touch with you even after your course is completed via emails for further assistance.

Book now for a free demo session to gauge yourself the quality of this Selenium training course that is offered at most affordable price.

We strongly believe in providing  personal/Individual attention to each and every student in order to make them an efficient software tester. Hence we keep the batch of minimum size.

  • Training program provided by experienced working professionals who are a expert in Selenium field.
  • Instructor-led LIVE training sessions
  • Curriculum designed by taking current Selenium technology and the job market into consideration.
  • Practical assignments at the end of every session
  • Emphasis on live project work with examples
  • Resume preparation guidance session by dedicated team.
  • Interview guidance by conducting mock interview sessions.
  • 100% Placement Support - until you get your first job
  • Free Selenium study material accessible.
  • Video recordings available to revise training.
  • Support for passing the International Recognition ISTQB certification with our premium ISTQB question bank
  • Course completion certificate (on request)
  • Any college fresher/graduate can learn Selenium training program.
  • Any experienced professional from any other field who wants to switch career into software testing,
  • Any experienced testing professional, who wants to upgrade themselves to learn  advanced tactics and  to work efficiently and smartly in this field.

When you finish Selenium course in Chennai Greens Technologies and complete the hands-on project, you'll earn a Certificate that you can share with prospective employers and your professional network.

  1. SeU Certified Selenium Engineer (CSE)  Want to join our efforts but not sure where to start? Get in touch with us today for more details about how you can get accredited and start training the next Certified Selenium Engineers in your area.

We value your money. Hence we have set  a highly affordable price when compared to other institutes. Definitely our hands-on Placement oriented training program from experienced professionals and Industry experts is better than any other crash courses offered by other institutes. “Not comprising on quality is our motto”. We will use all our resources and expertise  to make you an aspirant an  efficient software tester.

Selenium Testing course Content


Core Java Programming

  • Introduction to Java
  • History of java
  • Comparison with C and C++
  • Features of Java
  • JDK,JRE,JVM overview
  • JDK Directory Structure
  • Basic Java Program through command prompt
  • Download and install JDK/JRE
  • Set Environment variables
  • Download Eclipse IDE
  • Coding standards followed in Eclipse
  • Naming standards followed in Eclipse
  • Features of Eclipse IDE
  • Introduuction to packages
  • Need for packages
  • package declaration in Java
  • Import statement in Java
  • static import in java
  • Resolving name clashes in packages
  • Classes and Objects
  • Defining a class;Defining instance variables and methods
  • Defining a class, variable and method in Java
  • Method Signature; method call
  • Creating objects out of a class
  • Method calls via object references
  • Interfaces and Abstract classes
  • Abstract and non-abstract methods
  • extends and implements keywords in Java
  • Super class and Sub class
  • this keyword, super keyword in Java for inheritance
  • Concrete classes in Java
  • Aggregation and Association
  • Compile time polymorphism -- Overloading of methods
  • Run time polymorphism -- Overriding of methods
  • Method Overriding rules and method overloading rules
  • Introduction to Object class and it's methods
  • Protection of data
  • Java Bean, POJO
  • Getters/Setters
  • Memory management in Java
  • Heap
  • Stac
  • Garbage Collection
  • Primitive Datatypes
  • Datatype Declarations
  • Datatype Ranges and its calculation
  • Memory allocation for each Datatype
  • Variable Names Conventions
  • Numeric Literals, Character Literals
  • String Literals
  • Arrays
  • Array of Object References
  • Enumerated Data Types
  • Non-Primitive Datatypes
  • Expressions in Java
  • Assignment Operator
  • Arithmetic Operators
  • Relational Operators
  • Logical Operators
  • Conditional Operators
  • Operator Precedence
  • Implicit Type Conversions
  • Upcasting and downcasting
  • Strict typing
  • Type conversion
  • Flowchart for conditional statements
  • If statement
  • If-else statement
  • If-else-if statement
  • Switch statement
  • String in switch case
  • For loop
  • While loop
  • Do-while loop
  • Unconditional Control Statements/Jump Statements
  • break statement
  • labelled break statement
  • return statement
  • continue statement
  • Diff between Scanner and BufferedReader
  • Methods to get Primitive datatypes
  • match method
  • delimiter method
  • findInLine method
  • skip,close method
  • useRadix method
  • useLocale method
  • IOException method
  • Launching and debugging java code
  • Breakpoints
  • Debug perspective
  • Stepping commands
  • Trace point,Trigger point
  • Breakpoints grouping
  • Breakpoints sorting
  • Role of access modifiers
  • Private access modifier
  • Role of private constructor
  • Default access modifier
  • Protected access modifier
  • Public access modifier
  • Access Modifier with Method Overriding

Types of variable

  • variable
  • variable memory storage
  • Static variable
  • Local variable
  • Global/Instance Variable
  • variable widening
  • variable narrowing
  • Constructor
  • Default constructor
  • Non-arg based constructor
  • Parameterised constructor
  • Difference between Constructor and Method
  • Constructor chaining
  • this and super method
  • constructor overloading
  • Singleton class
  • Normal class vs singleton class
  • Use of Singleton class
  • JDBC Using Model Object and Singleton Class
  • singleton() method in Java
  • Private Constructors and Singleton Classes in Java
  • Java Singleton Design Pattern Practices
  • Factory Design Pattern:
  • Advantage of Factory Design Pattern:
  • Implementing Factory Design Pattern:
  • Abstract Factory Design Pattern
  • Overview of other creational design pattern
  • Builder design pattern
  • String datatype
  • String declaration
  • String Tokenizer
  • String methods
  • String types
  • String memory allocation
  • Manipulations in string
  • Interfaces and classes in String
  • Declaration
  • Instantiation
  • Initialization of Java Array
  • Single dimensional Array
  • Multi-dimensional Array
  • Anonymous Array
  • Cloning an Array
  • Need of Wrapper classes
  • Autoboxing
  • Unboxing
  • Primitive Wrapper Classes
  • Utility methods of Wrapper classes
  • valueOf and xxxValue methods
  • parseXxx and toString methods
  • Need for Generics
  • How Generics works in Java
  • Types of Generics
  • Generic Type Class or Interface
  • Generic Type Method or Constructor
  • Generic Type Arrays
  • Generics with Wildcards
  • Unbounded Wildcards
  • Bounded Wildcards
  • Java Collection Framework
  • Hierarchy of Collection Framework
  • Collection interface
  • Iterator interface
  • Methods of collection interface
  • List
  • Set
  • Queue
  • Collections utility class
  • Introduction to Map interface
  • Methods in Map
  • Iterating a Map
  • Map hierarchy
  • Sorted Map
  • LinkedHashMap
  • TreeMap
  • HashMap
  • Exception types
  • Usage of Try
  • Usage of Catch
  • Usage of Throw
  • Usage of Throws
  • Usage of Finally
  • Built-in Exceptions,
  • Creating own Exception classes
  • Regular expression
  • MatchResult interface
  • Matcher class
  • Pattern class
  • PatternSyntaxException class
  • Regex Quantifiers
  • Regular Expression Character classes
  • Regex Metacharacters
  • File Handling in Java
  • Stream
  • Java File Methods
  • File Operations in Java
  • File reader
  • File writer
  • Bufffered Reader
  • File permissions
  • Method & Description
  • Date Comparison
  • Date Formatting Using SimpleDateFormat
  • Simple DateFormat Format Codes
  • Date Formatting Using printf
  • Date and Time Conversion Characters
  • Sleeping for a While
  • GregorianCalendar Class
  • Serialization in Java
  • Need for Serialization in Java
  • Serializing an Object
  • Deserializing an object
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Serialization in Java
  • Practical examples of Serialization in Java
  • Externalizable Interface
  • Transient Keyword
  • Serial Version UID
  • Controversies of Serialization in Java
  • Best Practices while using Serialization in Java
  • Introduction to XML
  • Read XML File in Java
  • Java DOM Parser
  • Java SAX Parser
  • Read XML File in Java Using eclipse
  • Reading XML file using DOM Parser
  • Reading XML file using SAX parser
  • JSONArray
  • JSONParser
  • JSONObject
  • simple maven dependency
  • Write JSON to file with json-simple
  • Read JSON from file with json-simple
  • Download Sourcecode
  • Read CSV File in Java
  • CSV file creation
  • How to create CSV File
  • Java Scanner class
  • Java String.split() method
  • Using OpenCSV API
  • Reading CSV file with a different separator
  • Concepts ofThread
  • Thread life cycle
  • Creating threads using Thread class and Runnable interface
  • Synchronization
  • Thread priorities
  • Inter Thread communication.
  • Autoboxing
  • Generics
  • Enhanced for loop
  • Varargs
  • Enums
  • Static imports
  • C-lang printf()
  • StringBuilder
  • Metadata
  • String in Switch Expression.
  • Underscores Between Digits in Numeric Literals.
  • Integral Types as Binary Literals.
  • Handling multiple exceptions in a single catch block.
  • Try-with-resources Statement.
  • Automatic Type Inference in Generic object instantiation.
  • Lambda Expression
  • Method references
  • Functional interfaces
  • Interface changes: Default and static methods
  • Streams
  • Stream filter
  • forEach()
  • Collectors class with example
  • StringJoiner class with example
  • Optional class with example
  • Arrays Parallel Sort
  • JVM Memory Structure
  • Heap area
  • Method Area
  • JVM Stacks
  • Native method Stacks
  • Program counter (PC) registers
  • Working of Garbage Collector
  • Memory leaks in Java
  • Introduction to SQL
  • Table creation
  • SQL Insert
  • SQL Update
  • Applying Constraints
  • SQL Syntax
  • SQL Data Types
  • SQL Operators
  • SQL Database
  • SQL Select
  • SQL Clause
  • SQL Delete
  • SQL Join
  • SQL Keys
  • Establishing connection
  • Types of JDBC driver
  • JDBC-ODBC Bridge Driver,
  • Native Driver,
  • Network Protocol Driver, and
  • Thin Driver
  • Running query
  • Extracting Result
  • Check the given number is odd or not
  • Check the given number is even or not
  • Print first 100 odd numbers
  • Print first 100 even numbers
  • Count the number of even numbers from 1 to 100
  • Count the number of odd numbers from 1 to 100
  • Find the factorial of a given number
  • Generating fibbonacci series
  • Find the reverse of the given number
  • Check the given number is palindrome or not
  • Check the given number is armstrong or not
  • Find the sum of the digits in a number
  • Find the number of digits in a number
  • Find the product of digits in a number
  • Find the reverse of the string
  • Check the given string is palindrome or not
  • Print each word's first letter of the given string in capital number
  • Print the dupicate numbers in array
  • Print the Unique elements in array
  • Remove the duplicate character in string
  • Remove the duplicate words in string
  • Write code to print patterns
  • Pre-increment post increment example
  • prime number or not
  • Anagram or not
  • Usage of Collections.min(),max() and sort()
  • Usage of Arrays.min(),max() and sort()
  • Print numbers as String
  • Coding Standards for Classes
  • Coding Standards for Interface
  • Coding Standards for Methods
  • Coding Standards for Variables
  • Coding Standards for Constants
  • Java Bean Coding Standards
  • Getter Methods
  • Setter Methods


  • Types of Applications (Desktop, Web, Mobile, Hybrid)
  • Software Testing Methods (Manual and Test Automation).
  • Selenium Introduction
  • Selenium Components
  • Selenium vs. Other Testing Tools
  • Advantages of Selenium
  • Integration of Selenium with Other Tools
  • Purposes and functionalities
  • Understanding the components
  • Selenium RC
  • Selenium IDE
  • Selenium webdriver
  • Selenium Grid
  • When to use Grid
  • Third party drivers and plugins
  • Driver requirements
  • What is WebDriver
  • Selenium Architechture
  • Simple Program in Selenium WebDriver
  • WebDriver methods
  • Desired Capability
  • Downloading driver file
  • Downloading selenium jarfile
  • Chrome Browser Launching
  • Safari Browser Launching
  • InternetExplorer Browser Launching
  • Installing FireBug and FirePath
  • Firefox Browser Launching
  • Inspecting elements in different browsers .
  • Id
  • name
  • classname
  • xpath
  • tagName
  • linkText
  • partiallyLinkText
  • cssSelector
  • Contains Xpath
  • Text Xpath
  • Text Contains Xpath
  • Attribute with contains
  • Following
  • Ancestor
  • Child
  • Preceding
  • Following-sibling
  • Parent
  • Self
  • Descendant
  • Relative Xpath
  • Absolute Xpath
  • Difference between Absolute Xpath and Relative Xpath
  • Limitations in Absolute xpath
  • Advantages of using Relative xpath
  • Finding checkboxes count
  • Checking the visiblity of Check Box
  • Checking the properties of Check Box
  • Identifying common locator for all checkboxes
  • Checking toggled attribute
  • Handling the Text Box
  • Checking the visiblity of Text Box
  • Checking the properties of Text Box
  • Identifying common loactor for all TextBoxes
  • Finding Textboxes count
  • Handling the Radio Button
  • Checking the visiblity of Radio Button
  • Checking the properties of Radio Button
  • Identifying common loactor for all Radiobuttons
  • Finding radiobuttons count
  • Absolute Path method
  • Relative XPath method
  • Identify by index
  • Preceeding-sibling,Following-sibling concept
  • Ancestor ,parent concept
  • Common tagname(*) method
  • Multiple attributes to locate an element
  • Need for Desired Capabilities
  • Different types of Desired Capabilities Methods
  • Example for set capability method
  • Setting the Property
  • Getting the Property
  • Navigate To Command
  • Forward Command
  • Back Command
  • Refresh Command
  • navigate method over get method
  • Navigation by using JavascriptExecutor
  • Fetching a web page
  • Locating elements and sending user inputs
  • Clearing User inputs
  • Fetching data over any web element
  • Performing Click event
  • Navigating backward in browser history
  • Navigating forward in browser history
  • Refresh/ Reload a web page
  • Closing Windows
  • Closing Browser
  • Handling Windows
  • Handling Frames
  • Handling Drag and Drop
  • Drag and Drop
  • Mouseover Action
  • Right Click
  • Double Click
  • Performing Multiple Actions
  • Accessing modifier keys using Actions class
  • Switching into Alert
  • Alert methods
  • Types of Alert
  • Handling the Alert
  • Passing the inputs to Alerts
  • Entering text into Alert
  • Get the text present in Alert
  • Pop-ups
  • Handling the Window based popups
  • Handling the Notification popups
  • HAndling pop-ups using Robot class
  • Handling the Login popups
  • Chrome Options
  • FirefoxOptions
  • InternetExplorerOptions
  • Need of Robot Class
  • Methods to implement this class
  • Mouse click using Robot class
  • Limitations
  • Copy Operations
  • Cut Operations
  • Paste Operations
  • File Uploading
  • Alert Handling
    • Need for Waits
    • Static waits
    • Dynamic waits
    • Implicit Waits
    • Explicit Waits
    • Fluent Waits
    • WebDriver Waits
  • WebElement Highlighting
  • Click Operation
  • Fetching the Data from Weblement
  • Sending the Inputs to WebElement
  • Scrolling Operations
  • Highlighting a WebElement
  • Scroll the web page by pixel
  • Scroll the web page by the visibility of the element
  • Scroll down the web page at the bottom of the page
  • Horizontal scroll on the web page
  • Multiple Scroll
  • ScrollBy coordinates
  • Need for Frames
  • Identifying a Frame
  • Switching to Frames using Selenium WebDriver
  • Different ways of switching
  • Dynamic frames handling
  • Frames Size
  • Concept of Nested Frames
  • Importance of Windows Handling
  • Handling the Multiple Windows
  • Windows Handling using Set
  • Windows Handling using List
  • Analyzing WebTable structure in DOM
  • Handling multiple webtables in a page
  • Dynamically changing WebTable handling
  • Extracting values from webTable
  • Analyzing the Tagnames
  • Different Scenarios with WebTable
  • Handling Dynamic Tables In Selenium
  • Analyzing the Dynamic WebTable
  • Analyzing the HTML Tags in Dynamic WebTable
  • Different Scenario with Dynamic WebTable
  • Need of Screenshot in Automation testing
  • Capture Screenshot in Selenium
  • Capture Full Page Screenshot
  • Taking a Screenshot of a particular element of the page
  • Taking a Screenshot with different file formates
  • Random name generation for screenshots
  • Finding images count in webpage
  • Finding broken images count in webpage
  • Finding broken image URL
  • JavaScriptExecutor code to verify if image
  • code to print desired output as per image
  • Identifying URL
  • Validating URL
  • To Find a broken links
  • HTTP response code
  • Collect all the links in the web page
  • Select class in Selenium WebDriver
  • Different Select commands
  • Multiple Select commands
  • DeSelect Commands
  • Get All options
  • Dropdown without Select tag
  • Handling dropdown with values changing its position dynamically.
  • Uploading files in Selenium WebDriver using Sendkeys
  • Uploading files in Selenium WebDriver using Robot Class
  • Uploading files in Selenium WebDriver using AutoIT
  • Download files in Selenium WebDriver using Sendkeys
  • Download files in Selenium WebDriver using Robot Class
  • Download files in Selenium WebDriver using AutoIT
  • download and install AutoIT
  • Finding element through element Identifier
  • Writing script on AutoIT editor
  • AutoIT Upload file in Selenium Webdriver
  • Advanced User Interactions API
  • Get Tooltip Text in Selenium Webdriver
  • Tooltip using the "title" attribute
  • Tooltip using a jQuery plugin
  • Introduction to Browser Stack
  • Cross Browser Testing
  • BrowserStack History
  • Features of BrowserStack
  • Testing The Web Application
  • Browser Stack Key Functions
  • Testing The Mobile Application In Mobile Browsers
  • Testing Of Native,Hybrid Mobile Application In BrowserStack
  • Saucelab-Introduction
  • Value Proposition
  • Manual testing on Sauce labs
  • Post Execution
  • Automated Test Execution
  • saucelabs gem
  • Execution and Results

Post Selenium

  • Introduction to Apache Maven
  • Maven Dependencies
  • Maven Plugins
  • Controlling The Build
  • Maven Release Process
  • Deploying to a Repository
  • Using Snapshots
  • Introduction To Git
  • Working Locally With Git
  • Working Remotely With Git
  • Branching, Merging And Rebasing With Git
  • Using The GitHub Website
  • GitHub For Windows Basics
  • Teamwork With GitHub For Windows
  • Social Coding With GitHub
  • Continuous Integration or Continuous Deployment concepts
  • Installing and Configuring Jenkins
  • Freestyle Project Configuration
  • Jenkins Pipelines
  • Testing With Jenkins
  • Pipeline Enhancements o Multi-branch Pipelines and Code Promotion
  • Test plan:Releases and Builds
  • Requirements
  • Creating Testcases
  • Creating and using parameters
  • Using data query
  • Executing test runs and submitting defects
  • Complex scenario
  • Setting up qTest explorer(web and desktop)
  • using qTest Explorer(Web and Desktop
  • Introducing HP ALM
  • Release Specifications
  • Requirements Specifications module in HP ALM
  • Test Plan Modules
  • Defect Management Life Cycle
  • Report & Analysis
  • Getting started with Bamboo
  • Understanding Bamboo
  • Getting started with Java and Bamboo
  • Getting started with .NET and Bamboo
  • Configuring plans
  • Deployment projects using Bamboo
  • Evaluator
  • Developer
  • Getting support
  • Automatic plan branches
  • Quarantining intermittent tests
  • Integrating Bamboo with Atlassian applications
  • Bamboo remote agent installation guide
  • Getting feedback
  • Importing data from Jenkins
  • Administering
  • All administration topics
  • Release notes
  • Installing and upgrading
  • Introduction to Ant
  • Installing Ant
  • Ant concepts and terminologies
  • Working with Ant
  • Integrating ANT into your IDE
  • Ant in the Real-World
  • Ant Tasks
  • Automating your build and testing through Ant tasks
  • Using Ant for automated deployment
  • Integrating Ant with a version control system
  • Creating Custom Ant tasks
  • Gradle-plugins
  • Working with files
  • Ant Integration
  • Dependency Management
  • Extending the model
  • Task inputs & outputs
  • The Java plugin
  • Multiproject builds
  • The build runtime
  • Introduction To JIRA
  • Test Management In JIRA (Zephyr)
  • Advanced Search And Introduction To JQL (JIRA Query Language)
  • Generating Reports In JIRA
  • Introduction To JIRA Agile
  • Data Driven Explaination
  • Excel Types
  • Apache poi-ooxml
  • Interface , class , methods in apache poi-ooxml
  • Read Data from excel
  • Write data in excel
  • update data in excel
  • Creation of Automation scripts reading data from excel
  • Page Object Model
  • Advantages of POM
  • Implementing POM
  • Object repository creation
  • Page Factory
  • POM Annotation
  • Getters and setters
  • AjaxElementLocalFactory
  • JUNIT Test Framework
  • download and installation of junit
  • JUNIT Annotation & API
  • JUNIT Assert
  • Create JUNIT Test Suite
  • JUNIT Ignore Test
  • JUNIT ErrorCollector
  • JUNIT Parameterized Test
  • JUNIT Vs Testng
  • Execution metrics from JUNIT
  • TESTNG with Selenium
  • Advantages of TESTNG over JUnit
  • TESTNG Annotation & API
  • Create TESTNG Suite
  • TESTNG Parameterized Test
  • Parameters
  • Data Provider
  • Re-running failed Test Case
  • IretryAnalyzer
  • IAnnotationTransformer
  • TESTNG Assert
  • Hard Assert
  • Soft Assert
  • Run Multiple test case
  • Customized,PDF,&Email Testng reports in selenium webDriver
  • TESTNG Ignore Test
  • BDD Introduction
  • Cucumber Introduction
  • How to download & Installation plugin
  • Gherkin Language
  • Feature files
  • TestRunner with junit
  • Step Definition
  • Scenario and Scenario Outline
  • BackGround and Hooks
  • BaseClass and POM Integeration
  • CucumberOptions
  • Reports
  • Rerun failed scenarios
  • JBehave Introduction
  • How to download & Installation plugin
  • Keywords in JBehave
  • Stories
  • Annotations
  • Runner class
  • List ,story , Node implementation
  • Reports generation
  • Introduction to keyword-driven framework
  • Function Library.
  • Excel Sheet To Store Keywords.
  • Design Test Case Template.
  • Object Repository for Locators.
  • Test Scripts or Driver Script.
  • Retrieving data using keywords
  • Function Library
  • Excel Sheet to store Keywords
  • Design Test Case Template
  • Object Repository for Elements/Locators
  • Test Scripts or Driver Script
  • Domain explanation
  • Keywords explanation in travel domain
  • Different Modules explanation in travel domain
  • Booking Flow explanation
  • Different interfaces integration explanation
  • Test scenarios preparation
  • Testcase preparation
  • Defect raising using JIRA
  • Automating e-travel site using framework
  • Domain explanation
  • Keywords explanation in e-commerce domain
  • End to end flow explanation in e-commerce  domain
  • Different interfaces integration explanation
  • Test scenarios preparation
  • Testcase preparation
  • Defect raising using JIRA
  • Automating e-commerce site using framework
  • Banking Domain
  • Retail Domain
  • Insurance Domain
  • Healthcare Domain
  • Educational Domain
  • Software build process
  • SDLC
  • STLC
  • Introduction to Testing
  • Manual and Automation Testing
  • Testing Techniques
  • Testing principles
  • Test scenario and Testcases preparation
  • Software testing medhodologies
  • Functional and non-functional testing
  • Detailed explanation for Waterfall methodology
  • Detailed explanation for Agile Methodology
  • Defect raising using JIRA
  • Agile Methodologies Overview
  • Agile Scrum
  • Agile ceremonies
  • Agile artifacts
  • Kanban
  • Adaptive Project Framework (APF)
  • Extreme Project Management (XPM)
  • Mobile Testing - Overview
  • Mobile Testing - Platforms
  • Mobile Testing - Device Types
  • Native Vs Hybrid Vs Mobileweb
  • Appium Architecture
  • Prerequisite to use APPIUM
  • Install Appium Desktop
  • APPIUM Inspector
  • Attach Android Emulator to Appium
  • ADB commands
  • APPIUM Test Case for Native Android App
  • Limitations using APPIUM
  • Common Encountered Errors In Appium
  • Troubleshooting Steps in Appium
  • Hardware Perspective
  • Mobile Device Testing - Types
  • Mobile Testing - Framework Overview
  • Mobile Testing - Android Frameworks
  • Mobile Testing - IOS Frameworks
  • Set-up of API Test environment
  • Types of Output of an API
  • Test Cases for API Testing
  • Approach of API Testing
  • Difference between API testing and Unit testing
  • What to test for in API testing
  • Best Practices of API Testing
  • Types of Bugs that API Testing detects
  • Tools for API Testing
  • Challenges of API Testing
  • Introduction to SOAP UI
  • Functional API testing
  • Supported Protocols/Technologies
  • SOAP-INTEGRATION with Other Automation Tools
  • SOAP UI  Vs Selenium:
  • SOAP UI PRO Version
  • SOAP UI – Version Timelines
  • Postman Introduction
  • Working with GET Requests
  • Working with POST Requests
  • Parameterize Requests
  • Create Postman Tests
  • Create Collections
  • Run Collections using Collection Runner
  • Run Collections using Newman
  • Project explanation
  • Challenges faced by tester
  • Roles and responsibilities of a tester
  • Day to day activities of a tester
  • Your resume is arguably the most critical part of the modern job application process.
  • A well-organized, tailored resume will increase your chances of landing an interview while a poorly written resume could get lost in the sea of applicants.
  • We will help you to prepare your impressive resume with best specification of your skill set
  • Mock interviews by Greens technologies gives you the platform to prepare, practice and experience the real-life job interview.
  • Familiarizing yourself with the interview environment beforehand in a relaxed and stress-free environment gives you an edge over your peers.
  • Our mock interviews will be conducted by industry experts with an average experience of 5+ years. So you’re sure to improve your chances of getting hired!
  • To put your knowledge on into action, you will be required to work on two industry-based projects that discuss significant real-time use cases.
  • These projects are completely in-line with the modules mentioned in the curriculum and help you to clear the certification exam.

About Our Instructor

Velmurugan is a Test Manager at Hexaware.

He has 12+ years of total IT experience. Out of this, 10+ years in Selenium and QA Services working on various tools and techniques. In the last 10 years, Velmurugan have trained and placed 5000+ students in Selenium and supported many of his students to switch from non-technical field to technical field.

Velmurugan currently focuses on teaching and delivering placement support for all his students, During this training journey, He has taken 400+ batches through different modes (Online, classroom, corporate). Worked with major IT companies such as Verizon, Infosys, Bank of America, as well as several smaller private companies in delivering high-quality training. Through his innovative ideas, Velmurugan has also suggested many customer value adds to different private companies which helped in saving lot of efforts for different customers.

Velmurugan has a passion for teaching and has spent years speaking at conferences and delivering online learning content.

Flexible Timings / Weekend classes Available.

Talk to the Trainer @ +91-8939915572

Students Placed
Suzana Karnati

I learned Manual testing and Selenium testing at Greens Technology & i learnt lots of things in both functional and automation. Now i am working as a TEAM LEAD on both automation and Manual. This entire credit goes to Greens Technology team. Even they are supporting the people after completion of course. Thank you very much to all Greens Technology members and special thanks to Mr. Velmurugan


I Have joined on June 14th, 2019. I have taken Selenium training from Greens Technology &It was really a good platform where i full filled my ambition. Greens Technology has good environment for learning, effective training by real time resources and lab facility. Finally thanks to Greens Technology and Vel sir.

Sekhar C (Infosys, Chennai)

This place is the best option to get an IT job if you are a fresher. Here they teach Selenium course to get us a job in IT field. All the faculty and staff members are very helpful to the students and for me they were always there to encourage me. The teaching staff are awesome and their teaching methods are really easy to make you understand the difficult to difficult topics. I am very grateful to all of them for helping me to get a job and in other knowledgeable aspects. I am looking for learning ETL testing next.


Everything is good about training. I liked it, learned many things and i think we covered many concepts and items in all the 3 areas - Manual Testing, Selenium, SQL. I would recommend anybody for this Selenium training and as the tag line of your website says 'Leader in IT Training' and i thing it's apt for it.

Ravindra Reddy (Computer Software Services) :

excellent Selenium training i got in greens adyar..hi this is Prasanna last month i have did Selenium training in greens technology Adyar really there coaching was very good and there fees is very controlled manner i just refer many of my frds too ,if you want to do Selenium just refer them they may give some guidances too thanks you. best Selenium training institute with real time working professionals. I love greens


I am really delighted about the Selenium Training course and i am surprised to see the depth of your knowledge in all aspects of the testing. I see that many IT professionals with over 15+ yrs experience doesn't have the knowledge that you have. I really enjoyed your sessions, definitely look forward to learn more from you in the future. Thanks again."


I was from a mainframe background working in a leading MNC. I wanted to change my career and I was not sure about the technology I wanted to learn. When I spoke to Mr. Dinesh he explained about Manual and how Selenium & Python has a good marketplace. So I joined the course and Mr.Vel was a great instructor, he taught me so well and prepared me for the project as well. Today I'm confident that I will be able to get in a Automation specialist.


Vel, "Every session is great and very valuable..its like aanimuthyalu! I want to say again n again we all are lucky to have you as the testing coach. I learnt a lot from you Vel on Manual and Selenium side. Tnx. I salute you from bottom of my heart for being such an amazing mentor!!"

What are the pre-requisites for learning Selenium training?

  • From tool/technology point of view, there are no “defined per-requisites”.

  • Any Aspirant with a passion towards learning can definitely learn Software Testing.

How much time it will take to learn Selenium course?

It is 2 to 3months of Study, if you take regular classes it will take 45 days or if you go with Weekend classes it will take 4 to 5 weekends.

What is the course fee for Selenium course?

The course fee for Selenium course at Green’s Technologies is minimal and highly affordable. We also provide the liberty to pay it in two installments. For the course fee structure, you can contact us at(+91 8939915572). We offer free demo classes and once you are comfortable, you can pay the fees.

What is the admission procedure in Greens Technologies?

To start with, fill the enquiry form in our website or call the counselors at +91 8939915572.

What will be the size of a Selenium batch at Greens Technologies?

At Greens Technologies, we limit the batch sizes to not more than 5 to 6 students for any course. Providing quality training to each and every individual is our motto.

How would it get adjusted if I miss a session?

Regular attendance is highly recommended by us in order to maintain the regularity .However, due to emergency circumstances, if you miss a session then we would arrange for a substitute class.

What are the different modes of Selenium training that Greens Technologies provides?

We provide both classroom and online training. Also we provide fast track mode programs.

Will the sessions be only theory oriented?

Not at all. We ,at Greens technologies are more focused on providing sufficient practical training and not only theory. We ensure that a student should be able to handle any type of real time scenarios.

Will I be at par with industry standards after course completion?

Ofcourse yes, you will become a Selenium expert as per the current industry standards. You will be confident in attending the interviews since we provide career-oriented training that covers mock interviews, technical reviews etc.

Is Placement assistance provided at Greens Technologies?

The answer is Definitely yes. We have a dedicated team that ensures that conducts mock interviews, regular technical reviews and assessments .Also soft skills session is provided to boost the confidence levels of each and every students.

How many students have been trained by Greens Technologies up till now?

We have been sustaining in the market from past 10years and have trained several students and placed them in top notch MNCs.We have multiple branches in Chennai ,which provide training to thousands of students.

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Total Duration: 200 hours

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Course Features
Total Learners 25943
Instructor Led Training 80 Hours
Assignments 40 Hours
Project work 40 Hrs Exercises
Self-paced Videos 40 Hrs
Support 24/7
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  • Job Assurance: 100% Placement & Support
  • Resume Preparation
  • Interview Q&A analysis
  • We Conduct multiple Mock Exams
  • Realtime QA testing Projects
  • Free Wifi & lab access

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