BOOT-CAMP: SAP FINANCE

SAP FINANCE BOOT-CAMP

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ERP Consulting is offering short intensive boot-camp programs designed for professionals in their feild. Our Systems Applications & Products Finance Boot-Camp (SAP Finance) validates a student’s ability to perform the tasks related to SAP Finance On-Premise Edition. Armed with an understanding of SAP Finance On-Premise Edition, students can apply implementation activities as an application consultant.

Financial industry is more competitive than ever, both within Canada and throughout the globe.  There are still limitless opportunities for graduates who have the right qualifications to climb the corporate ladder.

  • Complete 40 classroom hours 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Candidates for the SAP Finance Boot-Camp must meet the following criteria: 

    1. Post-Secondary Degree or Undergraduate Degree: 
      • Verified By Transcript
      • Prioritize Accounting
    2.  English Language Proficient
      • English as a Second Language E.S.L. must pass one of the following:
        1. International English Language Testing System I.E.L.T.S. score of 5 
        2. Candian Language Benchmark C.L.B. level 5 
    3. Internal Interview Process
      • Technical Aptitude 
      • Program applicants require an interview. Successful candidates have their choice of program.
    4. Police Background Check as Needed

CAREERS & OPPORTUNITIES

Our specialized boot-camp-style courses develop essential knowledge needed to excel as a SAP Financial consultant. Our intense information dense course expands on a students already established skills in their industry.

  • SAP Financial Consultant
  • Financial Accountant
  • Budget Analyst
  • Staff Accountant
  • Auditor
  • Tax Accountant

CURRICULUM OF SAP FINANCE BOOT-CAMP

Section 1: SAP – Overview

Section 2: Basic Principles

Section 3: Master Data

Section 4: Document Control

Section 5: Clearing

Section 6: Cash Journal

Section 7: Special GL Transactions

Section 8: Automatic Payments

Section 9: Automatic Dunning

Section 10: Correspondence

Section 11: Correspondence Types

Section 12: Interest Calculation

Section 13: Country Specifics

Section 14: Standard Reports in GL, AR & AP Accounting

Section 15: List Viewer

Section 16: Drilldown Reporting in Financial Accounting