Starting a career in SAP: Certification or Training?

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IT training and certifications
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SAP ABAP
I have basic knoweldge of abap.but my boss is not allowing me to do work in sap.he is asking for certification or training as we all know certification is very costly and training program is low cost .by considering my carrier what i suppose to choose form just traing program or certification.I passed BE Comps in2011 so please help me..

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  • James Murray
    I've found that training programs train you better for the work than certification programs. what you want is experience. If your boss will give you experience after a training program go for that. The certification will be good only until the next certification comes along. The experience will prove to everyone you can actually do what you say.
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