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Certification is required or not

Feb 15, 2017 at 10:27 AM

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Hi,

My name Suresh,

I have 10 years of F&A experiance and SAP erp as an end user.

If i do FI-CO cetification course which cost to 4 lakh rupee.

For that i need to quit the job & persue the certificate.

After that can i get job in SAP ?

As institutes are assuring the jobs.

Please give your valuable suggestions.

Can i go for certification or not.

Thanks

Suresh

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Shiv Kumar Feb 15, 2017 at 11:39 AM
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Hi Suresh

Quitting a job is not a good option. And Don't go for any certification as of now. Rather go for a training course and then apply for a job. Once you are into SAP world, then You can think about the Certification.

No institute will assure you a job. Don't fall into the trap

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Diane Bradley
Feb 15, 2017 at 03:50 PM
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It’s great to hear that you’re interested in pursuing an FI-CO Certification. However, there are no guarantees that you will get a job – there are a lot of variables involved in gaining employment, such as available jobs when you’re searching, other candidates, etc.

I would recommend that you find a certification which does not require you to quit your current job – there are part time general certifications available. For an SAP certification, I would highly recommend that you reach out to our team in India for advice and support. You can find more info on our website: https://training.sap.com/in/en/

Or here are the direct contact details.

+91 080 4082 9000, 033 4008 5808

education.india@sap.com

I am not aware of any institutions that can guarantee jobs after any certifications, so please be weary of these promises before taking action.

Good luck on your future career path!

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Suresh Sesetty Feb 16, 2017 at 07:26 PM
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Thanks to Shiv & Daine for your advise.

I will taka a note of this point.

Warm Regards

Suresh

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