Beginner Level


SAP for beginners

SAP for beginners SAP (Systems, Applications and Products) systems are vitally important to business functionality and competitive value, no matter the size of the company. Becoming SAP-certified allows professionals to be prepared for the increasing number of workplace intricacies. In fact, individual advantages aside, some businesses require candidates for employment to be SAP-certified before an offer of employment is made. This article outlines the benefits of SAP training to both the individual and the organization, as well as defines SAP and the levels of SAP training available to bolster your career.

There are four modules

The real-time functionality of the SAP modules allows for better decision making and strategic planning.

  • The FI (Financial Accounting) Module integrates with other SAPmodules such as MM (Materials Management),
  • PP (Production Planning),
  • SD (Sales and Distribution),
  • PM (Plant Maintenance) and PS (Project Systems).

SAP has the largest market share of all ERP systems & commands unparalleled premium in the ERP & IT market.

Introduction to ERP

Introduction to SAP

Introduction to SAP (FICO)

(FI) Basic Settings

  • General Ledger
  • Accounting Accounts Payable(AP)
  • Accounts Receivable (AR)
  • Asset Accounting(AA)
  • Bank & Cash Accounting
  • Basic Reports of (FI)

Basic Settings of Controlling (CO)

  • Cost element Accounting
  • Cost Centre Accounting
  • Profit Centre Accounting
  • Internal Orders
  • Activity-Based costing (ABC)
  • Profitability Analysis
  • Product cost controlling

Participants must register online through CETA website by clicking and filling out a one-page form. Incorrect information provided during the registration process will lead towards cancellation of your enrolment at any stage and participants will not be entitled to claim a refund.

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