Congratulations on completing the 1 month SAP SD Training course. Hope you found the sessions appetizing and made you look forward to learning more. Now that you have a good overview of the configuration capabilities SAP and business scenarios in SAP SD here are the steps I suggest further
Week 1. –
- Please start preparing your resume. You can get the sample resumes on our SAP SD Training page. Once you are done, please send your resume to us and I will validate and let you know if its interview ready. Please remember, this is a continuous process and your resume needs tweaking for a long time to come. Week 1 is just the start.
- In Parallel, please start going through the topics mentioned in additional reading and finish up exercises if any in them. These are important and please do NOT ignore them. The average times to complete the topics are mentioned in the respective section.
- Start the Mini Live SAP SD Project that has been discussed and send the deliverables (FS, UTS & Blueprint) over to us for validation. You should have got the sample SAP Functional Specification & SAP Blueprint Specification Template by now. If not, please contact us. The average time it takes to complete the deliverables is 1 week )
Week 2. –
- Keep Monitoring your own progress. If you feel you are still not clear on the concepts discussed in the class – repeat all the exercises. This should reinforce your understanding. If you have questions as usual keep posting them in the forum and we will answer your questions.
- If you feel that you are not able to do the exercises well ( At least 50% ), then sign-up for the SAP SD Training Repeat Classes. There is a small fee for the same ( $199 ).
Week 3. –
- Post your resume on popular job portals like dice , monster, Indeed, Corp2Corp etc. Observe the pattern of the calls and requirements and focus on skills that are being repeatedly asked. Also, do not forget to create a LinkedIn profile.
- Fine-tune your resume based on the requirements. By now you must have got calls or emails about requirements. You will be surprised at how far your resume would have changed by the time you got the job. Do not over-do it though.
- If you do not get calls or emails about requirements, something is wrong with your resume or the way you have created the account. Please call us and we will do a FREE analysis.
Week 4. –
- Please keep attending “Complementary Classes” if any that come along. I will be discussing advanced topics that will make you shine in interviews.
- Never loose touch with SAP. Always have access to a good SAP ECC system and continuously keep practicing. You could easily loose touch in a matter of months ( if not weeks ) and might feel complacent to start over again.
- Always keep updating your resume on job portals. Some of the reasons for the same were already discussed in some of the complementary classes.
- Create LinkedIn Profile and start networking with recruiters. LinkedIn has really come of age and lots of recruiters have dedicated linkedin accounts.
- Have multiple versions of the resume if required. You never know which one could fetch you that much coveted job.