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Mar 17, 2009 at 02:44 PM

US / CAN Workshops -- feedback?


As announced at the Congress, the North American UA program will be offering workshops at three locations in June and July. The date and locations below are firm. The topics taught at each location and the class length are still flexible -- we would like your feedback on this. Independent of this discussion thread, we are having similar conversations with workshop instructors and curriculum developers. Once finalized, the details will be published on the UA Events page in the UAC Welcome Center.

Please note: these workshops are only available to faculty actively using SAP software in their university curricula, as part of their campus full University Alliances program membership (if your school is interested in joining, see program info on the UAC Program Overview page (

Based on prior feedback, our goal was to ensure that workshops were the right length for necessary knowledge transfer - not automatically one week long, so you'll see a combination of 1 day, 2 day and 5 day sessions. The self-contained topics (1 day courses) will be offered via distance learning to save you travel time & expense. In addition to our traditional course topics, we will also be announcing monthly webinars designed to introduce best practices for successful UA initiatives and new curricula.

Week 1: HEC Montreal, June 8 - 12

SAP Introduction - 5 days

HEC Business Simulation - 5 days

Business Intelligence - 5 days

Business One - 2 days

Week 2: CSU Chico, June 22 - 26

SAP for Retail - 2 days

Accounting - 5 days

Business Process Integration - 5 days

Customer Relationship Management - 5 days

TERP10 train-the-trainer - 5 days

Week 3: UW Milwaukee, July 13 - 17

SAP Introduction - 5 days

SAP NetWeaver - 2 topics, 2 days each (ttl 4 days)

Supply Chain Management - 5 days

Human Capital Management - 5 days

Distance learning: all 1 day long, dates TBD

Business Intelligence (Business Objects content only)

Solution Manager

Flya Kite

What are your thoughts?