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CERTIFICATES

SAP Fundamentals
OVERVIEW

This course offers a comprehensive introduction to Supply Chain Management (SCM) principles and their integration using SAP software. Supply Chain Management plays a pivotal role in modern business operations, encompassing the planning, execution, control, and optimization of processes across the supply chain network. Throughout this course, you'll explore the fundamental concepts of SCM and how SAP systems facilitate seamless integration and management of these critical processes.  Among topics covered are the 5 Powerful Drivers of SCM: Inventory, Production, Location, transportation & Information.

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KEY FEATURES

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    Tax Credit

    Claim up to 25% of tuition fees and education tax credit from your taxes.
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COURSE OUTLINE

SAP Fundamentals

This module provides an introduction to Supply Chain Management (SCM), offering insights into the strategic coordination of processes and resources to enhance efficiency and meet organizational goals. Topics covered include logistics, procurement, and the integration of various functions within the supply chain.

This module focuses on Purchasing/Sourcing Management, exploring strategies for efficient procurement, supplier relationship management, and cost-effective sourcing practices within the broader context of Supply Chain Management (SCM). Participants will gain insights into optimizing the procurement process and building robust supplier networks.

In this module on Transportation, participants delve into the key aspects of logistics and distribution within Supply Chain Management (SCM). Topics include modes of transportation, route optimization, and the strategic planning involved in ensuring timely and cost-effective movement of goods across the supply chain.

In this module, participants explore Sales, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), and Forecasting within the context of supply chain dynamics. The focus is on enhancing sales processes, implementing CRM tools for customer engagement, and utilizing forecasting techniques to optimize demand planning for a more responsive supply chain.

This module on Inventory & Warehouse Management provides insights into optimizing stock levels, warehouse operations, and order fulfillment processes within the supply chain. Participants learn strategies for efficient inventory control, space utilization, and improving overall warehouse efficiency.

This module on Production Management delves into the optimization of manufacturing processes, resource allocation, and scheduling within the supply chain framework. Participants gain insights into enhancing production efficiency, minimizing costs, and ensuring seamless coordination for an effective supply chain.

In this module on ERP and SAP, participants explore Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, with a focus on SAP as a leading platform. The module covers how these technologies integrate various business processes, streamline operations, and enhance data visibility for improved decision-making within the supply chain context.

This module on SAP Transactions & ABAP provides an in-depth understanding of SAP's transactional processes and Advanced Business Application Programming (ABAP). Participants learn how to navigate and execute transactions in SAP, while also gaining insights into ABAP programming for customizing and extending SAP functionalities to meet specific supply chain requirements.

SKILLS ACQUIRED

WHO SHOULD APPLY?

Career starters : For those people who are either entering the job market or are interested in making a shift in their current job status. Learning the SAP fundamentals can help you transition into, or start a new career into SAP.
Professionals aiming to enter into SAP to earn a SAP certificate or demonstrate their skills in SAP navigation in a professional capacity.
Those seeking to validate a professional ability to work with SAP tools. Familiarize with SAP logon, navigation SAP for users who do not yet have specific programming background knowledge.
Ideal for users who do not have programming language skills, this course provides an overview of SAP for learners who lack specific SAP background knowledge and want to build their skills ground up.

Eligibility and Requirements

Learners need to possess an undergraduate degree or a high school diploma. No need of any professional experience is required as this is a basic course.

 

Prerequisite

There are no prerequistes for this course. it is advisable to have some knowledge about the Supply Chain.

Official SAP Fundamentals Programming Certification.

 

Upon completing this cerification course you will:

  • Receive an industry-recognized certificate from MCIT.
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  • Be prepared for the Official SAP Fundamentals Certification.

INSTRUCTOR SPOTLIGHT

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Montreal College offers a new session every four months, i.e., in October (fall session), February (winter session) and June (summer session). Students are encouraged to register at least 2 to 16 weeks in advance. Please note that many programs fill up before the registration deadline.