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i am a beginner and i want tp go for Sap training for beginners. What should i do ?

jerryjanda
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Thank you for visiting SAP Community to get answers to your questions. Since you're asking a question here for the first time, I recommend that you familiarize yourself with https://community.sap.com/resources/questions-and-answers (if you haven't already), as it provides tips for preparing questions that draw responses from our members. For example, you can outline what steps you took to find answers (and why they weren't helpful). The more details you provide, the more likely it is that members will be able to assist you. You should also make sure to apply the right tags. (You had selected SD (Sales and Distribution). I changed to Training.)

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jerryjanda
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There's always https://training.sap.com/, but since you put "free" in the subject line, I'm guessing you're looking for resources that won't require an investment. Fortunately, there are plenty of places where you can expand your knowledge for free. You should check out our Developers site (https://developers.sap.com/tutorial-navigator.html), as well as openSAP (https://open.sap.com/courses). Plenty of SAP teams have YouTube channels too.

There's also this great community. It's full of blog posts and answers that can contribute to your SAP education. You can even seek information from the members (taking into account some of the advice I provided in my comment above).

All the best,

--Jerry

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