Software corporation launches skill development initiative

Students will be taught courses like SAP Financial Accounting, SAP Human Capital Management, SAP Server Implementation & Operation and SAP ABAP Workbench.

SAP Africa launches Smart Academy in Nigeria

SAP Africa, the African arm of the German software corporation, has launched an innovative skill development initiative that will help Nigerian youth become employable.

According to SAP Education Africa, the Smart Academy has been designed to help students effectively utilise the SAP technology solutions and understand its application to business processes in the workplace.

Speaking to techmoran, SAP Africa CEO, Pfungwa Serima, said: “For the youth of Nigeria, the benefits of this initiative lie in the fact that individuals who aspire to advance their careers can gain the skills to compete in the vibrant SAP market.”

Students will be taught courses like SAP Financial Accounting, SAP Human Capital Management, SAP Server Implementation & Operation and SAP ABAP Workbench.

Serima also added that, ‘Graduates of the SAP Smart Academy will become certified associate-level functional consultants who will be in a position to secure the competitive edge they require in applying for positions within SAP’s vast ecosystem.”'

The SAP Smart Academy is open to students who are already enrolled in tertiary institutions.

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