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|1||Appropriation Request Master Data & Variants|
|2||Cost & Revenue Planning for additional AR Variants|
|4||Approval & Status Management|
|5||Implementation (Replacement by Measure)|
|7||Appropriation Request Reporting|
|8||Investment Program Definition|
|9||Investment Program Structure|
|12||Year End Close|
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Courses introduce various topics, discussing respective functionality, usage and integration. Information is presented pictoriallyat a high-level of discussion to cover a broad spectrum of the topic.Simulation Courses
Courses cover detailed entry/transaction scenarios using hands-on activities, simulated as if you were logged into the actual course system.Instructor-led Courses
Courses are designed, created and narrated by designated Instructors in their field of expertise. A course may contain detailed demonstrations of an application screen with entry examples and/or high-level discussions.
When learning a new module in SAP, we suggest starting with the Overview course first, followed by associated End User Courses and then Instructor-led Courses for additional learning experiences.
We put a lot of effort into the design of our curriculum and each course builds upon the next. While you are free to take any course in any order with or without taking the prerequisite courses we strongly suggest you follow the designated curriculum plan for the best learning experience. At a minimum, you should complete (or have prior knowledge in) the critical prerequisite courses.
For example, let's say you want to take the FIGL101 - Basic General Ledger Accounting course. This course assumes that you have taken all of the recommended prerequisite courses and will not cover any of the necessary knowledge from these courses again (i.e. it won't explain how to run a report in SAP because the prerequisite course SAP110 already did that). If you don't know how to do this you will feel lost in the course or feel that something is missing. That's why it is important to follow our curriculum plans.
The final exam consists of a random pool of questions. You will have to answer 40 random questions in 80 minutes and achieve an 80% pass grade to get your certification status.
Make sure to study thoroughly for the final exam as it is challenging. The average failure rate upon the first attempt is 40%. You may repeat the final exam until you have passed it without any additional fees.
Once you are an MMC Certified SAP Professional you (or your employer or client) can validate your certification status on our website.
Certification and exam fees are included.
Complete this course to earn your Certified SAP Professional designation for the current year. You can then include your badge on your resume, your LinkedIn profile, your email signature, etc. to show off your SAP skills.