Run a Masterclass Webinar and Illuminate the Testing Community

Do you have practical experience with a particular testing topic that you’d like to share with the testing community? You could become a Masterclass Webinar Specialist.

Masterclasses are our monthly software testing webinars presented by testing specialists on highly relevant topics. All our Masterclasses are 45 minutes long, with 15 minutes set aside for Q&A, allowing attendees to master new skills rapidly.

Attendance of a live Masterclass webinar is open to all, whilst the Masterclass recordings are exclusively available to Ministry of Testing Pro Members to enjoy and learn from permanently.

Topics of Interest

There is interest from the community to have Masterclasses on many topics. We could provide a huge list yet we're curious to see what you've observed in the community that is an important topic to run a Masterclass on. You might think that your topic has been done before yet we're confident you have your own version and story to tell during a Masterclass, so don't hold back.  

Could you spend 45 minutes sharing your experience and practical/real examples with an audience on a topic? And could you answer questions for 15 minutes?


You’ll receive £250 or you can choose to donate your fee to the Ministry of Testing Scholarship Fund.

Deadline to submit

Submit your Masterclass proposal by Friday 15th December 2023.

Masterclasses typically run on the last Tuesday of each month, at 8 PM UK Time. 

Share your idea

We’re looking for “good enough” right now. Your idea doesn’t have to be the final version, we can work on it together if MoT decides your idea is a good fit for the community. 

We very much welcome and encourage diversity of Masterclass Specialists – as we do with all speakers at Ministry of Testing events. We actively amplify the voices of those who are underrepresented in the testing community.

At this stage, we’re not accepting submissions from tool vendors and service providers. Tool vendors can email for partnership opportunities.

Submit Your Idea

Simon Tomes
By Simon Tomes

Community Lead