All our SAP training courses are self-study, online courses available 24/7 via our website. You can study at your own pace from anywhere where you have internet access.
All lessons include interactive, simulated SAP sessions - as if you are logged into a real SAP system. The lessons will explain each transaction and you have to interact with the screen (such as clicking on buttons, filling out fields, etc.) - just like you are logged into an SAP system.
Yes, all training courses include a Certificate of Completion - see a sample. The Certificate can be printed or downloaded from our website after you have successfully completed the course. Also, each Certificate includes a unique validation number that can be verified on our website.
No, it is not. Many of our students have access to an SAP system at work and therefore, we do not include it in the training courses. While SAP access is not required to take our training courses many students find it helps them with practice exercises.
If you do not have access to an SAP system you can sign up for our SAP Access subscriptions. This will give you access to a live SAP system where you can practice what you learn in the training courses.
Any recent computer will work just fine and you should have a high-speed internet connection. Also, you need the latest version of Google Chrome, Firefox or Microsoft Edge browsers (Internet Explorer is no longer supported).
The duration of our courses varies by topic. On average, they range between 2-6 hours. A typical training course contains about 4 - 12 separate lessons and each lesson must be completed within 30 minutes. You can take the lessons at any time and in any order. Also, you can repeat lessons as many times as you like during your subscription period.
Most of our courses include study guides and links to the corresponding online help documentation for further study. Our study guides supplement your online learning experience and you can use them to take notes while you are going through the online lessons.
You can take any course in any order...however, we typically recommend that you start with the Basic SAP Skills curriculum, followed by end-user courses and then followed by the configuration courses. It is important to know the end-user functions before you study the configuration lessons.
Yes, we do! There is no risk for you. Simply purchase our courses and take a couple of lessons. If you are not satisfied with your training simply tell us in the first 10 days and we'll refund your purchase price for any training course you have not completed. We want you to be happy with our training courses!
There are no additional or hidden fees for training courses. If you sign up for a training subscription, you are set up on a month-to-month auto-renewal after your year is up. You will be notified one month prior to the auto-renewal starting, you may opt out at that time. Also, the training course price includes all material and quiz/exams fees already.
Most courses include quizzes at the end of each lesson and a formal final exam at the end of the course. These quizzes are designed to test your knowledge of the topic covered in the lesson. You can repeat the quizzes/exams as many times as you like. You need 80% to pass a quiz/exam.
Many of the so called training courses available on the internet are nothing but Word documents or PowerPoint presentations with a few SAP screen prints...obviously, not the way to learn SAP.
Our courses are hands-on interactive, simulated SAP sessions (as if you were logged into a real SAP system) and expert-led video lessons. You have to follow the on-screen instructions and explanations, enter data into fields, click on the correct buttons, etc. - just like a real SAP system.
Our training courses are designed to give you real-world SAP experience that you can use immediately in an SAP position. However, we do not provide job placement assistance or job guarantees. You might want to work with a recruiter to determine how best to take advantage of your personal situation.
If you have no prior SAP experience you should start with the Fundamental SAP Skills curriculum. The typical path is to take overview and end-user courses first. Once you have a good understanding of the end-user functionality you can move on to the configuration courses.