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  • Lectures 13
  • Length 2 hours
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
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Published 2/2013 English

Course Description

Join over 600+ students in this SAP Beginner Video Training course.

SAP is the most popular enterprise business system used by the biggest organisations in the world to help run their companies.

This introductory course is designed for SAP beginners and will teach you the basics of the SAP system. After you have completed this course you will be comfortable working with the most commonly-used functions and features of SAP.

Peter Moxon introduces you to the fundamental skills needed to understand how SAP systems work. In the course you will:

  • Learn the basics of the SAP system with clear video demonstrations
  • Learn how to navigate, search, and get help
  • Understand how to run reports and export the data to Microsoft Excel
  • You will get a thorough Overview of the various core modules in SAP
  • Learn how to customise the interface to your own liking
  • Work with master data and post transactions
  • Apply advanced tips such as Pre-Populating fields to save you time and effort with Parameter ID's.
  • Work with report layouts and drill-down
  • Download SAP reports
  • Understand common icons in SAP
  • Work with multiple sessions
  • Customise your local layout and desktop shortcuts

You will learn by watching the instructor actually perform the operation he is instructing on, as he explains step by step how to use and navigate an SAP system.

The training explains SAP from the ground up starting with the absolute basics to ensure you have a thorough grasp of the how best to use SAP enterprise systems.

He slowly works you up through learning the key aspects of SAP systems introducing the Graphical User Interface and covers topics such as setting up favourite transactions, executing transaction code directly and saving your own screen layout for future use.

This course not only gives you an a thorough insight into how the SAP work but is delivered in such a way that everyone who takes the course will have absolutely no problem in understanding all the topics discussed.

This course makes it so easy to learn SAP, you will running transactions and analysing report data in no time.

So not to bog you down with theory this course focuses on learning through a hands-on approach and is packed full of practical step by step examples so that you are using SAP from day one.

Whether you are a new SAP user, Business Analyst, Project Manager or a C-Level executive, this SAP course is designed to be your guide and introduction to SAP systems.

What are the requirements?

  • None

What am I going to get from this course?

  • By the completion of this online training course, you will be fully versed, and capable of working with SAP systems.
  • Learn the basics of the SAP system with clear video demonstrations
  • Learn how to navigate, search, and get help
  • Understand how to run reports and export the data to Microsoft Excel
  • You will get a thorough Overview of the various core modules in SAP
  • Learn how to customise the SAP User Interface to your own liking
  • Work with master data and post transactions
  • Apply advanced tips such as Pre-Populating fields to save you time and effort with Parameter ID's
  • Work with report layouts and drill-down
  • Understand common icons in SAP
  • Work with multiple sessions
  • Customise your local layout and desktop shortcuts
  • Identify the characteristics of sub-ledgers — accounts receivable, accounts payable, and asset accounting
  • Identify the organizational structures of cost accounting, such as controlling areas, country-specific charts of accounts, and controlling objects

Who is the target audience?

  • All

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.


Section 1: SAP Introduction

Welcome to our SAP Beginners course.

This video will introduce the course that will provide a solid introduction into the world of SAP, the current leading ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) product in the world.

Here we will look at many of the characteristics and functions of SAP including its various modules, history and where SAP is projected to go in the future. Many of you may be new to SAP, others may have some prior experience with it, however, you should know this course is tailored to provide consultants, developers and analysts, new and experienced, with a comprehensive introduction into the world of SAP.

This introduction will cover the following:

  • A Historical Overview
  • Real Time Processing
  • SAP R/3 Structure
  • SAP’s NetWeaver Platform
  • ERP Market and SAP’s Future
Section 2: SAP Functionality

If there is one keyword that captures the essence of SAP functionality, that word would be “integration”.

Integration is what drives SAP software and its various functions toward efficiency and productivity. 

In this portion of the course we will review the various ways SAP achieves layered integration and manages business processes across the application. 

We will cover the following topics

 (1) the different software packages offered by SAP,

 (2) how SAP is customized for an enterprise,

 (3) SAP’s client-server architecture, and

 (4) real-time processing in SAP. 

Each of these areas will give you a greater understanding of SAP’s capability and appeal to enterprise organizations.

SAP has three main distinctions in the versions of software it provides.

Section 3: SAP Products

In this section we will take a look at the SAP Business Suite which offers a complete package of SAP products.

We will cover what SAP considers its most basic and centralized component, SAP ERP, before exploring the more expansive products that cover Supply Chain, Customer, Supplier and Product Lifecycle Management.

As you’ll see, these products encompass a wide range of business activities.

Section 4: SAP System Basics

We have gone into some detail about the many features of SAP software, and more importantly how they function.

Now its time to take a look at the over arching infrastructure that is the SAP system.

Before you begin working within the SAP system, its good to have some background knowledge. In particular you must know something about organizational units.

Section 5: SAP Basics - Step By Step

This lecture will demonstrate the SAP Main screen. Here you will find all the necessary tools and options to begin nagivating the system.

There are five basic elements on this screen you must become familiar with. They are known as the following:

  1. Menu Bar
  2. Toolbar
  3. Title Bar
  4. Main Screen
  5. Status Bar


This lecture covers the two primary ways for accessing SAP functional data. Each of them start with executing a specific transaction code. This tutorial will help you understand how to access SAP using transaction codes.

Section 6: Customising YOUR SAP

Setting up favorites is a quick and convenient way of getting into your business transactions as quickly as possible. This allows you to organize transactions you anticipate will be frequent and consistent.


This lecture will show you how SAP allows the user to customize their screen layout and display some settings the way they wish them to appear. Customization features range from being able to modify your cursor actions to enabling accessibility options for impaired usability.

Section 7: Interrogating The System

SAP is an enormous and vast system. As a result there are many ways by which to search for data applicable to your tasks and business transactions. In this lecture we will take a look at a few basic ways to find the data in the SAP system.

Section 8: Reporting

This lecture demonstrates how to locate SAP Reports and Export them to an Excel spreadsheet. It also demonstrates how to save a report variant and filter report data.


Welcome to this lecture for exploring how to utilize ALV functionality. The ABAP List Viewer (ALV) can be used to list data elements into a table format that can be exported and used for reporting purposes.

Section 9: Beyond The Basics

Welcome to the Pre-Populating Parameters for fields lecture. In this demonstration we’re going to cover how to pre-populate fields that are frequently and consistently used.

Section 10: Quiz & Course Wrap-Up
14 questions

The questions are based upon comprehensive content relating to SAP functionality, product history and an overview of basic navigational concepts.

This is a good way to gauge how much SAP knowledge you’ve retained from exposure to this SAP course.



You have reached the end of the course.

This video wraps everything up and is where I get to say a big thank you for stick with me through this course.

The video also discusses a special bonus coupon code for those who wish to continue their education with me.

And lastly... please please please... leave a review. Tell me if you enjoyed the course and found the material useful. If you think I could have done something better, please say so. I love to learn from past experiences.


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Peter Moxon, Head Trainer at Sap Training HQ

SAP consultant and the #1 SAP instructor on Udemy.

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As IT infrastructure has become increasingly complex and essential to business operations, the influence of enterprise software — and SAP in particular — has only become more important. Today, a robust understanding of enterprise software platforms is one of the most useful and valuable areas of knowledge one can have in an IT career.

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