SAP Hands-On Learning Lets Customers Try Their Hand at SAP Software

WALLDORF SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced the availability of the SAP Hands-On Learning course, a new live, in-person delivery format for education and best practices for SAP solutions.

After gaining theoretical knowledge of SAP software through digital resources such as SAP Learning Hub and the openSAP platform, SAP professionals, consultants, developers and project teams across lines of business can turn to SAP Hands-On Learning. The course gives them the opportunity to apply their newly acquired knowledge under the direct guidance of SAP expert instructors.

“SAP Hands-On Learning is a real value-add in the learning journey for SAP users,” said Bernd Welz, chief knowledge officer, SAP SE. “Being able to apply the knowledge learned in a hands-on, real-life setting under the guidance of SAP experts will allow SAP learners to build their SAP expert competency.”

Approximately 90 percent of each SAP Hands-On Learning course involves direct interaction with, and guidance from, SAP instructors who coach learners through case-study driven exercises within real solutions. It currently offers courses related to the implementation and optimization of SAP Cloud Platform and SAP S/4HANA, including:

SAP software users interested in applying and assessing their skills through the SAP Hands-On Learning course can learn more at the SAP Hands-On Learning page of the SAP Training website.

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