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Re: SAP Training Manuals

Postby waltersen » Tue Jun 12, 2012 3:14 am

Hello,

all SAP training (from SAP or other) is not worth a nickel (and it is more important if it is your own nickel) if you not have a living system to train. So this offer is only valuable for people who have a job.

I not recommend anyone to pay for a course or materials who does not have a job with SAP.

Job first, then SAP. And the advantage that the education is paid from your employer.

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Re: SAP Training Manuals

Postby Gothmog » Thu Jun 28, 2012 3:06 am

sapaccountant wrote:We show you where you can download a 90 day trial SAP system for learning.

Isn't it an ABAP trial system? No functional modules may make it difficult to train on
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Re: SAP Training Manuals

Postby waltersen » Thu Jun 28, 2012 4:43 am

There are many people in jobs who do not use SAP and want to learn SAP to apply for a job using SAP.
There many people who are out of work and want to learn SAP to help themselves get a job.
There are people using one module of SAP at work and want to learn more of the system.


3. Then you can use training material or a course, that is okay. You need only a sandbox or development system to play with. I am a tester and last level supporter (MM WM) and I got courses for security, queries, eCATT. Of course you must convince your boss why this course is good for your company (and not only for you).

1. and 2. How I said bad idea. You should qualify in general way like school, apprenticeship, university and then apply for a job. Then you can say I want to work with SAP.

If you are good this should work. You concentrate first on general education and then on special ones. I have also certificates for testing (ISTQB). And there are also ones for requirement engineering, project manager... . Makes more sense if you have a job in that area or start to have a job then to make a certificate in hope to get a job.

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