Events FAQs


Will TestBash be taking Place in San Francisco, Brighton, ALL the places?

Visit our events page to find out when all the upcoming TestBash events will be taking place or subscribe to our newsletter to find out about the latest TestBash first.

Can I submit an abstract to talk at a TestBash?

You can submit to any TestBash location at any time through our Continuous Call for Papers, all cut off dates for each Testbash are listed on that page.

Is there a Ministry of Testing meetup in Glasgow, Munich, ALL the places?

Check out the Meetups section of our handbook to find out more about MoT Meetups and where community members run all the current local meetups.  We also have Meetup Guidelines for ideas on how to run a meetup and what to expect.

Can I set up a Ministry of Testing MeetUp in my area?

Yes, anyone can set up and run a MeetUp. As long as you agree with our MeetUp ethos and abide by certain rules which are listed in our handbook. What you’ll get in return for running a MoT branded MeetUp is also listed there. Please get in touch with to set up a MeetUp in your area.

Will The Software Testing Essentials Meetups be happening in Manchester, London, ALL the places?

Visit The Software Testing Essential part of our website to find out more about the Meetups and where the upcoming sessions are taking place.

Will Masters of the Ministry workshops be taking place in San Francisco, Sydney, ALL the places?

All upcoming Masters of the Ministry training events are listed on our upcoming training page. All of the current training courses available are listed on our training courses page. If enough people from your area register an interest we will bring the training to you! These training courses can also be hosted internally, so if you are interested in having one of the courses at your company please register your interest through the site.

Can I apply to become a Master of the Ministry?

Yes! The Masters of the Ministry initiative is all about co-creating smarter testers through community-driven training. To apply to become a Master of the Ministry submit your training course through our site (note: you'll need to be logged in and to have completed your profile to submit). Read this newspiece to find out more about Masters of the Ministry and watch this Masterclass to find out more about how to submit a training course to us.

How do I attend a Ministry of Testing online Masterclass?

Visit our events page to find out when the next online Masterclass is taking place, or be the first to find out by subscribing to our newsletter. Our live Masterclasses are hosted on where you will need register for each Masterclass event. Each Masterclass is free to attend live and the recordings of all Masterclasses are made available to Pro members shortly after production on The Dojo.

How do I attend an online 99-Minute Workshop?

You'll need to be a Pro MoT Member to attend out 99-Minute workshops; if you're not already a Pro Member you can upgrade your account (pssst did you know we now have monthly and one-off payment options?) If you are already a Pro Member, visit our events page to find out when the next online 99-Minute Workshop is taking place and you can register for the event through our site, or be the first to find out by subscribing to our newsletter. To find out more about 99-Minute Workshops read this newspiece.

99-Minute Workshops

How do I register for a 99-Minute Workshop?

You will need to be logged in with your Pro Membership account to enable the registration button on each workshop. Once you’re logged in, just go to Upcoming Events page and click on the workshop(s) you want to register for and click on the green button that says ‘Register’, an email confirmation will be sent to you within a few minutes.

Can I register for more than one 99-Minute Workshop?

Yes you can register for as many 99-Minute Workshops as you want. Each workshop has a limit of 100 attendees, so we ask you to register to the ones you can and want to attend only. This way we avoid someone missing out on a workshop they want to attend.

I’ve registered for a 99-Minute Workshop and haven’t yet received a confirmation email.

An email confirmation should be sent to you within a few minutes from If you haven’t yet received it, check your spam folder and if it’s not there, contact us on

When will I get the login instructions for my 99-Minute Workshop?

We will send you the login details for your 99-Minute Workshop 2 to 7 days before the workshop date, so keep an eye out on your emails.

I can't make the 99-Minute workshop I'm interested in, will it be repeated?

Each 99-Minute Workshop repeats 4 times throughout 3 different time zones. We have selected 3 different time zones to evenly split the workshops, which means that you might be able to attend more than one time zone. A good way to check which time zones suit you best is by checking online for the most up to date time zone converter, but we like using this time zone converter.

Will I need to have a microphone and a camera to attend the 99-Minute Workshop?

The 99-Minute Workshops are instructor-led, so you don’t need to have a camera or microphone available to attend the workshop.

My Pro Membership runs out before the workshop date, will I still be able to attend?

No, you need to be a Pro Member on the date of your workshop, so make sure you renew your subscription or purchase another month for when the workshop date is due.

Is there a limit to the number of attendees per workshop?

Most of our 99-Minute Workshops have a limit of 100 attendees per workshop, with some exceptions. For more information on your workshop, check it’s description for more details.

I’ve registered for a workshop and can no longer attend, how can I cancel my registration?

Yes, to cancel your registration, just head over to the 99-Minute Workshop event page, select the workshop you can no longer attend, scroll down the page and press ‘Unregister’. You will need to be logged in with your Pro MoT account to do this.

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