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Associate certification - This certification covers the fundamental knowledge requirements for
an SAP consultant, ensuring the successful acquisition of broad SAP solution knowledge and
skills. With associate-level certification, you can:

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How to be a certified SAP FICO certification?
Certification for SAP FICO can be attained by the aspirant in the following steps:
Step 1: Once training is over, Registration must be done for TFIN 50 and TFIN 52 exam.
Step 2: Complete the exam and hence you shall be certified.

What are the requirements for the certification?
Degree in finance is desired along with the basic understanding of the concepts and functionalities of SAP shall be an advantage.

What are the pattern for the exam and the duration for the test?
The examination would consist of 80 multiple choice questions, the duration for the examination is 180 minutes and the passing score is

Modules Covered in this Training
In this training, attendees learn:
Module 1. Introduction to SAP R/3
Module 2. Financial Accounting Basic Settings
Module 3. Enterprise structure/Fiscal Year/Posting Period/Field Status variant
Module 4. Posting keys/Chart of Accounts/Assignment of Chart of Accounts/ Account Group
Module 5. Retained Earnings/ Document number ranges/Document Type/ Document Posting
Module 6. New General Ledger
Module 7. G/L account creation/change/display/blocking & unblocking/balance display
Module 8. Document display/change/changed documents display/holding/parking/reversal
Module 9. individual/mass/accrual /deferral cleared item reversal
Module 10. Sample/recurring documents/interest calculation/foreign currency valuation
Module 11. Open item management/tolerance group employees

Automatic payment Program/Discount recd/ Special G/L transactions Module 17. Depreciation Keys: Define Base Method/Define Multilevel method/Period control methods Module 29.Sub Ledger Module 18.Module 12. Cost center Accounting Module 39. Tolerance group for vendors/Vendor master data/ Reconciliation account/purchase invoice posting Module 15.Sub Ledger Module 13. SD-FI/MM-FI and CO-FI Integration Module 35. Controlling Module Module 36. Screen Layout. Cost Element Accounting Module 38. Account group creation/number range creation/document number ranges/Assign number ranges Module 19. Basic Setting for controlling Module 37. Chart of Depreciation/Depreciation Area/Assign COD to Company Code Module 24. Asset Accounting. Accounts Receivable. Mock Interviews and Interview Preparation Tips Topics Covered Introduction to SAP R/3 . Special G/L transactions/Define Dunning Procedure/Assign Dunning Procedure Module 22. Profitability Analysis Module 42. Reports in Accounts Payable / Accounts Receivable and Asset Accounting Module 34. Assign Input tax indicators/Account Determination/Asset Class/Number range interval Module 25. Profit Center Accounting Module 40. Accounts Payable. Tolerance group for customers/Customer master data/Reconciliation account/sales in posting Module 20. Creation of main Asset master and sub asset master data/Asset transactions Module 30.Asset class/Asset master/depreciation areas Module 28. payment to vendors/open item management/payment terms creation Module 16. Account group and number range creation/document number & assign number ranges Module 14. Resume Preparation Guidelines and Tips 2.Basics Attendees also learn: 1. Payments from Customers/Open item management/Discount allowed/Dunning Module 21. Define Asset Class/Number range interval/Creation of Asset G/L accounts Module 26. Internal Orders Module 41. Reports and Integrations Module 32. Financial statement versions/ Reports in G/L accounting/list of accounts/List of journal entries Module 33. Product Costing. Accumulated depreciation accounts/Sale of Asset/Loss on sale of asset/Scrap G/L account Module 27. Depreciation run/display of balances Module 31.Sub Ledger Module 23.

GL account blocking & unblocking. 4. Company Code. Assignment of chart of accounts. Assign Company Code to company 5. Posting Keys 9. 2. 12. . Introduction to SAP R/3 FICO FINANCE: Financial Accounting Basic Settings 1. Chart of Accounts 10. 8. Retained Earnings 13. Posting Period 7. GL account change 3. Company 3. Advantages of SAP over other ERP packages 3. Introduction to Business Analysis 2. Fiscal Year 6. GL account creation.1. Enterprise Structure 2. 11. Document Number Range 14. Account group. Field Status Variant. Document Type General Ledger 1.

Document Display 7. Document Reversal 12.4. Individual Reversal 13. Open Item management 22. 9. Changed Documents Display. GL accounts balance display. Account Group Creation 2. 11. Accrual/Deferral Reversal 16. 21. 6. Accounts Payables 1. Mass Reversal 15. Document Number Ranges . Sample Documents 18. Foreign currency revaluation. Document Parking. Cleared Item Reversal 17. Tolerance group for GL accounts & employees. Reversal of reversal 14. GL accounts display. Document Holding 10. 5. Document Change 8. Recurring Documents. Interest Calculation 20. Number Range Creation 3. 19.

Purchase invoice posting 9. 10. 11. Assign Number Ranges 5. Discount allowed. Assign Number Ranges 5. Reconciliation Account 8. Customer master data 7. 6. Automatic Payment Program 13. . Account Group Creation 2. Payment to vendors. Tolerance group for vendors. Sales invoice posting 9. 11. Open Item management. Own Payment Terms Creation 12. Number Range Creation 3.4. Document Number Ranges 4. Reconciliation Account 8. Payments from Customers 10. Discount Received 14. Tolerance group for Customers 6. Open Item management. Special G/L Transactions: Account Receivables 1. Vendor Master Data 7.

Chart of Depreciation 2. Profit on Sale of Asset A/C 15. 14. Loss on Sale of Asset A/C 16.12. Special G/L Transactions: 13. Dunning. Number Range Interval 8.Screen Layout Rules 7. Depreciation A/C 13. Scrap of Asset A/C . Asset Class . Depreciation Areas 4. Creation of G/L Accounts 10. Account Determination 6. Accumulated Depreciation A/C 12. 5. Define Asset Class 9. Assign Dunning Procedure 17. Define Dunning Procedure 16. Define Dunning Area 15. Tax on Sales and Purchases Asset Accounting 1. Assign Input Tax Indicator for Non-Taxable transactions. Asset A/Cs: 11. Sale of Asset A/C 14. Assign COD to Company Code 3.

27. Financial Statements . Sale 32. Asset Master 21. Period control methods 26. Define Base Method 24. List of accounts 4. Transfer 31. Financial Statement Version 2. Asset class.17. Depreciation Keys: 23. Assign G/L Accounts for Automatic Posting 18. Ledger 5. Define Multi-Level Method 25. Reports in GL accounting 3. Asset Transactions 29. Define declining balances methods. Display of Balances Reports 1. Creation of Main Asset Master and Sub-Asset Master Data 28. Depreciation Areas 22. Asset Acquisition with Vendor 30. Depreciation Run 33. 20. Screen Layout 19.

Vendor Open items list 11. Cleared items list. List of Journal Entries 7.6. 8. Asset balances by Asset class 19. Integration: 1. Customer Open items 16. Cleared Items list 17. Org. Ageing Analysis 14. Ageing Analysis 9. Reports in Accounts Payable. Customers list 15. 12. Structure 2. Reports in Asset Accounting 18. 13. Vendors list 10. MM-FI Integration CONTROLLING Basic Setting for Controlling 1. Reports in Accounts Receivable. CO. Maintain Controlling Area 3. Depreciation Forecast. Maintain Versions . Maintain Number Ranges 4. SD-FI Integration 2.

Differences between distribution and assessment. Run Distribution cycles 13. Internal Orders 1. Define Cost Center Group 3. Assessment. Distribution cycles 12.Cost Element Accounting 1. Creation of Cost Center 2. Display CO. Activate Order Management in CO. Manual Creation of Cost Elements 2. Run the assessment Cycles 15. 5. Area . Cost Center Standard Hierarchy 4. Reposting of Cost (Manually) 10. Posting to the Cost Center. Document 6. Differences between periodic reposting& Distribution 17. Distribution. Planning 16. Assessment Cycles 14. Statistical Key Figures 8. Reposting Of Line Items 9. Automatic Creation of Cost Elements Cost Center Accounting 1. Periodic Reposting 11. Display Actual Line Items 7.

Creation of Internal Orders 7. Number Ranges for Documents 6. Define Settlement Rule in Order Master Data 8. Settlement of order 10. Planning. Value fields &Characteristics 3. Automatic Account Assignment of Revenue Elements 5. Assigning SD conditions types to CO-PA value fields 4. 3. Define Order Type. Number Ranges for Orders 6. Planning Profit Center Accounting 1. 5. Report in report painter Product Costing (Basics) .2. Posting of Values – Statistical and Real 9. Assign Cost Center to Profit Center 4. Creation of Profit centers. Number Ranges for Settlement Documents 3. Maintain Allocation Structure 4. Maintain Settlement Profile. Profitability Analysis 1. Posting – Revenue and Expenses 7. Dummy Profit Center 2. Define Operating Concern 2.

Costing sheet 6. Price Calculation 5. Certification Guidelines 1.1. Creation of work center 3. Define Routing 4. 7. Sample questions on CONTROLLING Certified Professional PROJECTS 1. Creation of Company’s Controlling module . Legacy System Migration Work Bench – It’s an Migration tool. Sample questions on FINANCE Certified Professional 2. Costing run. Define Material Master 2. Creation of Company's 3 Sub Ledger. Creation of Company’s General Ledger 2.Accounts Payable/Accounts Receivable and Asset Accounting 3.

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