Certification Opquast - Maîtrise de la Qualité en projet Web (français) ZDAQTI
Complete mastery of Opquast rules and associated vocabulary. Optimal level of knowledge to become an expert resource and trainer on web quality.
Dec. 1, 2020
Dec. 1, 2025
until Dec. 1, 2025
To help you better understand the scoring system for the Opquast Mastering Web Quality training, below is an explanation and a breakdown of the different levels. The scoring for the final exam is based on a scale from 0 to 1000. Please note, the professions associated with each score are given as an indication only.
Greater than 900
Expert : Complete mastery of best practices and associated vocabulary. Optimal level of knowledge to be a quality referent and trainer on web quality. Profession: Trainer or Web Quality Manager, Accessibility Expert, Senior Web Developer, Senior Front-end Developer
Between 800 and 899:
Advanced : excellent knowledge of web quality assurance best practices and associated vocabulary. Real and appreciable skills to participate in projects with other professionals. Profession: Web Quality Manager or Trainer, Web developer, Front-end Developer, Senior Project Manager, Senior UX Designer, SEO Consultant, Accessibility Expert
Between 700 and 799
Confirmed : good knowledge of web quality assurance best practices and associated vocabulary. Ability to understand and interact with other web professionals. Profession: Project Manager, Designer, Back-end Developer, UX Designer
Between 600 and 699
Intermediate : knowledge of the fundamentals of the best practices and glossary. Sufficient capacity to understand other web professionals. Profession: Community Manager, Digital Marketing Manager, Artistic Director, Web Editor
Between 500 and 599
Novice : basic knowledge of best practices and possibility of making reference to them. Basic knowledge of web project processes and vocabulary. Profession: Community Manager, Marketing Manager, Sales, Web Editor
Understand the requirements of Web users and know meet their expectations
Take into account the diversity of uses , prevent risks and improve inclusion
Consolidate your practice with checklists and know how to argue about them
Master the vocabulary bases and communicate with all the actors of the Web project
Know the trades, disciplines and integrate into the design processes of the Web project
Participate in the improvement process of sites and Web quality assurance
The objective of these rules and the Opquast community mission is ‘making the web better’ for your customers and for everyone! Opquast rules cover the key major areas of risk that can negatively affect website users such as privacy, ecodesign, accessibility and security.