Do you already have an SAP training list? If not, then you should start making one. So, if you are planning to train your employees, then keep on reading.
SAP Training List
When training your employees, it can be a daunting task if you do not have a list of SAP training points. This is where I can help. You see, I have created an SAP training list for all my employees and it has helped me a lot.
So, if you want to save some time and money by doing this for yourself, then keep on reading. If you are new to the SAP world and have no idea what an SAP training list is, then let me explain. It is just a document that lists all the topics that you need to cover when training your employees on SAP.
It is a great way to ensure that you do not miss out on any important topic. If you already have a training curriculum but do not want to make it just yet, then you can use this as well. It will help you determine what topics are missing from your training curriculum.
So, how do you create this document? No worries, we will be going through that in the next section of this blog post.
Creating Your SAP Training List
If you follow my instructions step by step, then creating your SAP training list will be much easier than you think. Just follow these steps:
Make a List of Topics Covered in the SAP Courses You Have Taken
This may seem like an obvious step but I am including it anyway because I see most people miss it out. When searching for training courses on the internet, one of the things to check is whether or not the course covers all the basic concepts that are needed to work in SAP.
Then, you will need to create a list of topics. The best way to do this is to make a chart that shows the list of topics covered in your training courses. For example, if you had a course on how to use SAP, then you would want to list all the topics that were covered during the course. This will make it easier for you to create your SAP training list later on.
It Is Time to Group Them Together
Now that you have a list of topics, it is time to group them. You see, it makes no sense if you have a list of topics that are not related to each other. And sometimes, different people may have different ideas about what goes into their training curriculum. So grouping them will help you narrow it down and create an SAP training list that everyone agrees on.
You can do this by simply grouping all of your topics into logical categories. For example, if your first category was on how to use SAP, then you would want to group all the topics into sub-categories such as navigation, basic transactions, and more. The same thing applies to other categories as well.