SAP SCM: ERP Procurement

This SAP certification course is ideal for those who would like to pursue a career in SAP as a super user, or SAP support at a higher level in procurement and materials management.

Delivered online, this course is self-paced and can be completed in under six months.

This SiERP course will train you in everything you need to know to pass the SAP exam that qualifies you to be an SAP Certified Application Associate Consultant - Procurement.

Have a question about this course?

At a glance

Study mode

laptop
Online

Provider

Sydney Institute of ERP (SiERP)
Career Opportunities
  • SAP Administrator
  • SAP Super/Power User
  • SAP System High Level Support
  • SAP Consultant in Procurement and Materials Management
Recognition

Globally recognised.
Recognised by SAP.

Prerequisites

None

Location

Online

Course length
Self-paced (e.g. 12 hours per week = finish in 5 months). Maximum 5 months.
Study mode

Online


Online

Study from anywhere, when it suits you best and graduate with the identical qualification as an on-campus student.

Blended

Study part of the course online. Combine your online learning with classes or practical sessions on-campus at a college or university.

In-class

Attend classes on-campus at a university, TAFE or college and interact face-to-face with teachers and fellow students.

Assessment
Associate Level SAP Consultant Certificate exam
Start date

Enrol anytime.

Provider
Sydney Institute of ERP (SiERP)

Sydney Institute of ERP (SiERP) specialises in delivering online training for SAP certifications, with self-paced courses that can be completed in less than six months.

As a SiERP student, you’ll have access to tutors with substantial industry experience in education and ERP systems.

Price

The course price can vary depending on a few factors, including whether you are an Australian resident or your chosen payment option. To find out more, contact the course provider.

What you'll learn

Through this course, you'll learn to:

  • Navigate within the SAP system
  • Identify the organisational levels used in SAP ERP 
  • Explain the functions and structure of master data in supporting ERP business processes 
  • Identify the various levels and types of reporting available in SAP ERP 
  • Identify the different components of SAP NetWeaver 
  • Explain the business process functions each NetWeaver component supports
  • Define the concept of the SAP Solution Manager 
  • Discuss the tools provided by the SAP Solution Manager

Upon course completion you will be awarded with an Executive Certificate in ERP from SiERP. In order to be qualified, you must sit the relevant SAP exam.

Course structure

8 units

Units

  1. SAP129 SAP - Navigation 2009


    Goals

    • Familiarize with key terms
    • Navigate within the SAP system

    Contents

    • The SAP Navigation 2009 course is designed to familiarize learners with key terms and how to navigate within the SAP system.
    • You will be introduced to the key areas of SAP screens, fields, and features.
    • You will also be introduced to ways in which you can obtain additional help, modify and customize the look of your SAP system, as well as apply more advanced skills.
  2. TERP01 - Introduction to processes in SAP ERP


    This course introduces basic organizational levels and master data concepts used throughout SAP ERP. Detailed explanation of the organizational levels and master data used in the various ERP business processesis covered in the advanced courses associated with each process area.

    Goals

    • Identify the organizational levels used in SAP ERP
    • Explain the functions and structure of master data in supporting ERP business processes
    • Identify the various levels and types of reporting available in SAP ERP

    Contents

    Using recorded presentations, system demonstrations, practice simulations, quizzes, and assessments you will be introduced to:

    • SAP ERP organizational levels
    • Functions and structures of master data throughout SAP ERP
    • SAP ERP analytical and reporting solutions
  3. TERP02 - Introduction to processes in SAP NetWeaver


    This course provides an introduction to SAP NetWeaver and its components.

    Goals

    At the end of this course you will be able to:

    • Identify the different components of SAP NetWeaver
    • Explain the business process functions each NetWeaver component supports

    Contents

    Using recorded presentations, system demonstrations, practice simulations, quizzes and assessments you will be introduced to:

    • How SAP NetWeaver supports business processes
    • The technical infrastructure components SAP NetWeaver
  4. SM001 - Introduction to SAP solution manager


    Goals

    • Define the concept of the SAP Solution Manager
    • Discuss the tools provided by the SAP Solution Manager

    Contents

    This course is meant to familiarize you with the principles and terminology of the SAP Solution Manager. You will be introduced to the benefits of using the SAP Solution Manager during the implementation of your SAP solutions and during ongoing support and operations.

  5. TERP41 - Introduction to processes in procurement


    This course introduces SAP ERP's basic procurement processes.

    Goals

    At the end of this course you will be able to:

    • Identify Procurement's organizational structure and master data
    • Describe the procurement cycle for stock and consumable materials covering the basic steps from purchase requisition through vendor payment
    • Identify the key integration points with other ERP processes
    • Describe the types of reports and analysis tools used in procurement

    Contents

    Using recorded presentations, system demonstrations, practice simulations, quizzes, and assessments you will be introduced to:

    • Procurement's organizational structure and master data
    • How purchase requisitions and orders are used in the procurement process
    • Goods receipt and transfer posting
    • Invoice verification and vendor payment
    • Basic procurement reports
  6. TERP42 - Introduction to processes in inventory & warehouse management


    This course introduces the basic business processes carried out in Inventory Management and Warehouse Management.

    Goals

    At the end of this course you will be able to:

    • Identify the organization levels and master data used in Inventory and Warehouse Management
    • Describe the difference between a stock transfer and a transfer posting
    • Explain the Warehouse Management processes used for receiving materials procured on a purchase order and putting them away in a warehouse
    • Describe the physical inventory process steps
    Contents

    Using recorded presentations, system demonstrations, practice simulations, quizzes, and assessments you will be introduced to:

    • Organizational levels and master data used to support Inventory Management and Warehouse Management
    • The difference between stock transfers and transfer postings
    • How goods receipts are processed in Warehouse Management
    • Physical inventory process
  7. TSCM50 - Procurement I


    Goals

    • Explain and use the basic functions of external procurement in SAP ERP
    • Make the necessary settings for consumption-based planning
    • Use special functions of purchasing
    • Operate with the functions of logistics invoice verification

    Contents

    • Procurement of stock material, consumable material, and services
    • Master data of materials management: material, vendor, purchasing info record, source list, quota arrangement
    • Documents and functions of purchasing: Purchase requisition, request for quotation/quotation, purchase order, contract, scheduling agreement, source determination, and document release procedure
    • Planning procurement proposals using consumption-based planning, especially the procedure of reorder point planning
    • Details and customizing settings of logistics invoice verification
    • Reports
    • Automation options in the external procurement process
  8. TSCM52 - Procurement II


    Goals

    • Enter goods movements in the SAP system and perform relevant implementations for special functions
    • Prepare and perform a physical inventory of warehouse stock
    • Make Customizing settings in materials management
    • Utilize your knowledge directly as a junior consultant in your first period of practice

    Contents

    • Goods receipts, goods issues, transfer posting
    • Creating material reservations manually
    • Special forms of inventory management
    • Planning and performing a physical inventory
    • Customizing settings for purchasing, inventory management, physical inventory, account determination, and organizational levels
    • Integrated case study: Implementation of a fictitious demo company using specific business processes: configuration and mapping of the company structure, master data, and business processes in the SAP system

Support and delivery

Studying online explained

Fit your study around your current work commitments and lifestyle. As this course is delivered online, you have the flexibility of when and where you wish to complete your training.

The self-paced study format includes hands-on interactive exercises, online study guide and practice exam questions.

Have a question about this course?

Our Learning Consultants can:
  • icon enquiry 1Provide guidance on courses
  • icon enquiry 2Give advice on job outcomes
  • icon-enquiry-connectproviderConnect you with the relevant education provider

Free call 1800 675 282

9am - 5.30pm AEDT Monday - Friday