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Dwivedi completes SAP training for incorporation into fall courses

8/19/2011 —

Neelam Dwivedi, instructor in information sciences and technology at Penn State Beaver, recently received a SAP Business Associate Certificate (TERP10) from the TERP10 SAP Academy after completing an intensive two-week training course offered by SAP America in Georgia.

Dwivedi will share her training this fall as Beaver campus enhances its IST curriculum by introducing SAP-based content into several undergraduate courses at the junior and senior level. The courses will aid students in gaining SAP skill sets as well as earning a SAP Achievement Recognition Award and a SAP Business Associate Certificate (TERP10). The courses are designed in conjunction with the SAP University Alliance Program of which Penn State is an active member. 

Students who complete a minimum of three SAP-approved courses are eligible to receive a SAP Student Recognition Award signed by the SAP University Alliances program manager and Penn State Beaver Chancellor Gary Keefer. The courses will continue to meet the core or elective requirements of the student's chosen major or minor stream. Individuals who graduated from Penn State within the past year are also eligible to enroll in these courses.

In addition, the SAP Student Recognition Award will make students eligible to attend the SAP TERP10 certification course, which is a two-week instructor-led course followed by an online exam administered by SAP America. The program is designed for students who want to expand their general knowledge of ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) business processes using one of the leading ERP software applications in the industry. The SAP Certified Business Associate is a widely-recognized and respected credential across the SAP ecosystem.

Beaver faculty members will hold a series of introduction and awareness sessions for anyone interested in these courses and training. For more information, contact Dwivedi at nxd22@psu.edu or 724-773-3894.

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