What is SAP level 1 certificate.

what is a sap certificate

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Hi Aamir,

Unfortunately SAP does not have any testing centres in Pakistan, but you can take SAP exams through our partner Pearson Vue which has testing centres in Karachi and Islamabad.

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Hi Aamir,

The SAP Academy covers levels 1-3 and Certification:

  • Introduction and Overview
  • Level 1 – Solution Overview
  • Level 2 – Business Process and Function
  • Level 3 – Functions and System Configuration

There are 3 levels of certifications available from the SAP

  1. Associate Level
  2. Professional Level and
  3. Master Level

Associate: Associate level covers the fundamental knowledge requirements for a consultant or project team member. This certification covers the fundamental knowledge requirements for an SAP consultant ensuring the successful acquisition of broad SAP solution knowledge and skills.

Professional: Professional level requires proven project experience, business knowledge and a more detailed understanding of the SAP solution. This advanced certification

requires proven project experience, business process knowledge, and a more detailed understanding of SAP solutions.

Master: Masters Level (in development) involves demonstrating an expert level understanding a specific area of SAP software. This certification, under development, involves demonstrating an expert-level understanding of a specific area of SAP software and the ability to drive innovation and solution optimization through in-depth knowledge and vision. Certification at this level requires broad project experience, comprehensive SAP product knowledge, and the ability to create a future IT vision within complex project environments.

The Associate level exams test book knowledge. In most cases, this level does not require SAP implementation experience in order to pass the exams. Questions on the Professional level exams are designed to test the SAP experience of the test taker. SAP takes care to point out that you don’t need to pass the Associate level exam before sitting for the Professional level exam. So you get to select which level you think you are qualified for and take that exam.

Source: scn.sap.com

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