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i am a fresh graduate in petroleum engineering and wish to purse a course in sap, I have no experince in IT order than basic computer knowledge.I want a sap course that is related to my field (petroleum Eng) and also make me a consultant.I was looking at MM in sap until recently I met a friend who adviced I study sap basis.another friend also adived Plant maintiance.please do advice me on the best course to take since I'm also looking at something the will give a better broad knowledge to start my career. thanks.

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Check out training in the ERP Industry Solution, IS-OIL..

Figure out if thats what you want to get yourself into..

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  • astradyne
    The trouble with most IT positions is that you usually need to have the experience to get the job and you can't get the experience without having the job in the first place. This is even more true for consultancy, where the term "consultant" implies superior product/work related knowledger. In my experience, the best way to get SAP training (and move towards becoming an SAP consultant) is to be heavily involved in a SAP rollout project - you usually find that on completion you get head hunted as you then have the experience. All the best Jonathan
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  • Hieroglyph
    I don't wish to appear cruel but I would strongly advise you take an English writing course, with emphasis on spelling. The appearance of your post and the number of spelling and grammar errors would certainly reduce my impression of you as a candidate for any position. If you cannot master basic written English, for example, how do you expect to impress clients or your industry peers? If this is the best you can do with common language, I wonder how "buggy" your programming language will be.
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