SAP E-Learning (single course access) is an ever-growing catalog of e-learning offerings - highly interactive, Web-based courses that enable you to take and deliver the timely, focused training your organization demands.
By completing these courses, users gain a solid understanding of how to navigate SAP solutions and how SAP solutions can support their role-specific business processes and individual objectives - as well as your overall corporate strategy.
Select My Account
Select My Training
Select the eLearning offering from the training results list.
Click the “Set Complete” button. A popup will appear to confirm the set complete action click to confirm.
The “Certificate” button will be available to download a certificate of completion.
NOTE: You will not be able to download a certificate of completion for expired offerings.
You can manually set the course to complete. Follow the steps from the previous question.
Our SAP e-learning courses are not fully compatible with Apple iOS.
Please try accessing the course using a PC and either Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox.
The idea of the pre-assessment is to give the student an understanding of their knowledge gaps.
After you have completed the pre-assessment you can access the course content by going to the content player window and clicking on the “Continue” button. You can also use the “Table of Contents” button to jump to the next lesson.
After completing the course the last lesson of the course is the post-assessment which contains the same questions as the pre-assessment. This will give the learner the idea of which areas they can improve and which areas they have sufficient knowledge.
Yes, you can. On the main content player, there is a “Table of Contents” button. Click on the button the chapters of the course will then be listed for you. You could choose the chapter you want to access from there.
Learning Hub platform
Training Shop platform
NOTE: Taking these actions will not only re-set your learning progress they will also clear any links to the error messages and cached content.