Dear ALL, Kindly guide me as i am in a dilemma. I have 2 years of HR experience in the manufacturing industry and 2 years of HR and admin experience in an NGO which runs colleges and schools. In total 4 years of HR and Admin experience. Now i am planning to do SAP HR certification either from Siemens or NIIT Chennai. Kindly guide me on whether it is good to invest 3.4 Lacs for sap certification? I am 26 now. Can I make it to the sap HR industry being a fresher in SAP?
Thanks and Regards

From India, Kochi
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Hi,
Can any one help me?
what difference between SAP HR And SAP HCM???
Have been searching on the web for more detailed answer on the difference between SAP HR and SAP HCM, the best could get on the web was this (Difference Between).
And if SAP HR and SAP HCM are different concept and are different certification program, what would you advice a person who is a fresher in SAP and wants to do a certification in HR or HCM.
Thanks and Regards,
Madhavi Shelake

From India, Hyderabad
Hi,
Can any one help me?
what difference between SAP HR And SAP HCM???
Have been searching on the web for more detailed answer on the difference between SAP HR and SAP HCM, the best could get on the web was this (Difference Between).
And if SAP HR and SAP HCM are different concept and are different certification program, what would you advice a person who is a fresher in SAP and wants to do a certification in HR or HCM.
Thanks and Regards,
Madhavi Shelake

From India, Hyderabad
Yes,
It is a fact that SAP certified professionals are one of the highest paid in the industry and have a higher option to get employability across the globe.
The numbers required are more than 400 and are pan-India.
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From India, Hyderabad
hi my husband intends to go for a SAP course..he is presently in BPO UK payroll..is it wise to go for SAP course..if yes then pls recommend some good institute for SAP...also he wants to chnage his industry from BPO to Indian payroll...pls recommend some courses.
From India, Mumbai
Dear Madhavi,
Mr. Robinson had posted a particular topic and seeking opinions of the members. Now that you have posted a query which is irrelevant to robinson post. For a particular threat either you will have to give your opinion or keep mum ( it is applicable not only for Madhavi for other members also)
If you want opinion of the members you start a new threat and ask for opinions, no one prevents. Hope you will also appreciate and accept my suggestion.
Shiva

From India, Madras
Subject - Re: can i invest 3.4 lacs on SAP HR i also intersted to do this type of sap HR COURSE and know more in details of this course. gama karale 9773010939
From India, Mumbai
Hi Seniors,
I also have the same query that of Robinson Sam, SAP HR or Peoplesoft HR ?? which is good ?? are they worth the investment ?? Financially and Career wise ??
Somewhere I feel, HR field is stagnant and lacks growth opportunity as compared to marketing, finance, IT or other directly revenue related fields.
Every company sees HR Department as overhead, extra support system expense. in this case how can HR professional make themselves marketable.
Please guide !

From Kuwait, Salmiya
Dear
I am Abhishek Sundram ( SAP FICO Consultant). as per my suggestion you go for SAP HR ,But don't go through the any SAP authorized center traning, because it too much costly. You go through any institues who provide SAP HR traning.I think they charge 30k- 40k of this course. why i suggest u because as a SAP fressor u can't get job on SAP. so you get the traning through any institutes, after traning if u feel good command on SAP HR.Then u will go for certification by Seamens or NIIT.
regards
abhisheksundram
SAP FICO Consultant
9990634141

From India, Pune
3.4 Lacs is a lot of money and you have about 2 years experience in HR industry. Although the opportunities are plenty, I guess there are equally competent guys with more experience in the market that you should run the race with. My thinking is possibly you could differ your investment plan by 2 years so that the Automation transition that the industry is going through might be a bit more mature and you also would be familiar with other HR tools meanwhile.

Not I'm not recommending procrastination of delay of growth but just wise and timely investment into skills upgrade. Don't treat an SAP certification as a silver bullet for your career enhancement.

If you have made up your mind to put in the hard earned money into Learning SAP HR do a research and also get assurance from the institute on the post certification placement. Please remember that after certification there is no guarantee for a job unless provided by the SAP ATC itself. Just that you competing a more elite crowd and you are capable, comparable and suitable to compete in terms of experience and awareness in HR domain.

Also, once decided, it is always recommended to go for the authentic certification from authorized Training Centers ( SAP ATC) and not the low cost institutes. Should be Genuine learning, Genuine hands on experience on the SAP Module and Genuine case studies with, I think 24 hours access. Good Luck.

From United States, Ogden

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