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Based in Switzerland and trying to decide on SAP training

I am trying to choose the best SAP course to take. My objective is to empower myself in the Job market. I reside in Switzerland.

I have a Bachelor degree in computer Science, but I deviated from I.T because I started enjoying working on business projects.

Now, the international business community is becoming more difficult each passing day, so I have decided to empower myself by taking a SAP course.

My strengths are as follows.

  • Presentation
  • Marketing
  • Advertising
  • Sales
  • Negotiations
  • Social media
  • Business development
  • Communication

I do not have any interest In programming language.

I am open to work in any industry that is lucrative, I am young and willing to travel.

What course would you advise? I look forward to you guys response,

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2014 at 06:48 PM

    Have you considered SAP Learning Hub? For about the price of a 5 day course, you can have remote access to pretty much all of the course material for every class.

    You could for instance look at a job that was being advertised. See where you have gaps. Fill them in SAP Learning Hub. And then be in position for the next one that comes along.

    Neal

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