SAP S/4HANA Production Planning and Manufacturing (PP) Course Details

Start Date Class Timing (EST) Duration Mode of Training Location
20-Jul 9am to 2pm, every Saturday 8 Weeks Onsite Mississauga

    Who can do this course

    This course is suitable for entry-level production plannaing and manufacturing business users who intend to pursue an SAP Associate Certification in SAP S/4HANA PP. This course is also suitable for new university and college graduates with no experience in SAP as long as they meet the functional requirement to attend this course.

    What does it covers

    This course covers the overview of the fundamental concepts and procedures of production planning within SAP S/4HANA.

    This course will give you an overview of supply chain planning as it could be implemented with SAP S/4HANA. This will involve understanding the different steps in the process and how they are interrelated. You learn how production orders are used, and which main system setting must be made for production order execution.

    The participants will also gain an overview of the functionalities within the S/4HANA Enterprise Management Manufacturing solution.

    Through lectures and numerous exercises you will receive extensive practice working through many business transactions leading to increased confidence in being able to apply what you have learned, in your work environment.

After course completion, you will be able to:

  • Explain the fundamental concepts and procedures of production planning within SAP ERP.
  • Explain the manufacturing methods supported by ERP.
  • Configure, and to apply the concepts of demand management and material requirements planning for non-configurable materials that are provided by SAP ECC 6.0 - Material Requirements Planning (MRP)
  • Explain how production orders are used, and which main system setting must be made for production order execution.
  • Articulate the basics of S/4HANA manufacturing.
  • Describe materials requirement planning in S/4HANA.
  • Outline manufacturing execution processes in S/4HANA.
  • Explain the organizational structures and basic data in Manufacturing and Planning
  • Describe the manufacturing functions that support materials and bills of materials
  • Describe the manufacturing functions that support work centers and routings
  • Participate in configuration decisions that ensure that SAP supports company requirements
  • Describe some of the advanced modeling features in manufacturing and planning using Bills of Materials and Task lists.

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Job Opportunities after completing the course

  • SAP S/4HANA PP Consultant (After passing the certification exam)
  • Business Process Owner
  • SAP Team Lead
  • SAP Power User
  • SAP End User

Certification Exam Details

This course will lead you towards the following certification

SAP Certified Application Associate – SAP S/4HANA Production Planning and Manufacturing (1709)
  • Associate Level
  • 80 questions for the exam
  • 3 Hours duration
  • Passing Score is 60%

Course Content

  • SAP ERP Planning and Manufacturing Overview
    • Introduction to Supply Chain Planning
    • Planning-Specific Master Data
    • Sales and Operations Planning
    • Demand Management
    • Material Requirements Planning - MRP
    • Long-Term Planning
    • Introduction to Production Execution
    • Production with Production Orders
    • Production with Process Orders
    • Repetitive Manufacturing
    • The Kanban Principle
  • Production Planning in ERP
    • Overview of Production Planning in SAP ERP
    • Demand Management
    • Material Requirements Planning Execution
    • Technical Processes of Requirements Planning
    • MRP Results Processing and Evaluations
    • Additional MRP Processes
  • Production Orders
    • Introduction to Production Orders
    • Order Processing and Order Structure
    • Order Creation
    • Order Release
    • Order Documents
    • Material Staging
    • Confirmations
    • Goods Receipt
    • Order Settlement, Archiving, and Deletion
    • Information Systems and Automation
    • Extended Functionality and Enhancements
  • SAP S/4HANA Manufacturing - Functions & Innovations
    • SAP S/4HANA Enterprise Management (logistics): Overview
    • SAP S/4HANA Enterprise Management: User Interface and Role Concept
    • SAP S/4HANA Enterprise Management (Planning): Simplifications
    • SAP S/4HANA: Best Practice: The New MRP
    • SAP S/4HANA: Best Practice: Production Methods
    • Explaining SAP S/4 HANA Best Practice: Planning on Assembly Level
    • Describing PP/DS on S/4HANA
    • Exploring Demand-Driven Replenishment
  • Innovative Logistics Processes in SAP S/4HANA Enterprise Management
    • SAP S/4HANA Enterprise Management: Motivation and Overview
    • SAP S/4HANA Enterprise Management: Simplification List
    • New User Experience: SAP Fiori UX
    • SAP S/4HANA Enterprise Management: Planning
    • SAP S/4HANA Enterprise Management: Execution
    • SAP S/4HANA Enterprise Management: Real-Time Analytics
    • SAP S/4HANA Enterprise Management: System Conversion
  • Basic Data for Manufacturing and Product Management
    • Accessing and Creating Types of Data
    • Using Organizational Elements and Master Data in Production
    • Creating a Plant in SAP ERP
    • Creating a Storage Location in SAP ERP
    • Creating MRP Areas
    • Describing the Structure of the Material Master Record
    • Maintaining Prerequisites for Creating Material Masters
    • Creating a Material Master Record
    • Classifying Material Master Records
    • Managing the Material Master
    • Describing the Structure of the Bill Of Material
    • Managing the Validity of BOMs
    • Managing Bills of Material
    • Using ECM to Change BOMs
    • Analyzing Bills of Material
    • Configuring Bills of Material
    • Describing the Structure of Master Data
    • Creating Work Centers
    • Creating Capacities in the Work Center
    • Integrating Costing with the Work Center
    • Describing the Structure of the Task List
    • Creating Material Assignments and Component Allocations
    • Creating Suboperations and User-Defined Fields
    • Analyzing and Changing Task Lists
    • Describing Phantom Assemblies
    • Creating Co-Products and By-Products
    • Creating Alternative Components
    • Creating Multiple BOMs
    • Creating Variant BOMs
    • Using Mass Change and the Product Structure Browser
    • Modeling Complex and Flexible Manufacturing
    • Modeling Alternative Manufacturing Processes
    • Creating Reference Operation Sets
    • Using Lead-Time Scheduling to Update the Material Master
    • Scheduling Time Elements and Reduction in the Routing
    • Creating Trigger Points
    • Using Scrap in the Routing
    • Creating Production Resources and Tools
    • Describing the Structure of the Engineering Workbench
    • Setting the Work Area, Selection Criteria, and Effectivity Window
    • Navigating in the Engineering Workbench
    • Creating Engineering Workbench Work Areas
    • Using the PLM Web User Interface
    • Using Status and Action Management
    • Synchronizing BOMs using Guided Structure Synchronization
    • Tracking Changes in BOMs Using Redlining