Training SIG

Tuesday 19th January 2010 - 9:30am - 9:30am

nr Heathrow,

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This event will be sponsored by Assima.

Chris Dwyer from SAP will give a presentation on New Approaches to Training Being Deployed by SAP Education. In this session learn how SAP Education has been adapting to the increasingly challenging world for education providers, utilising new technologies to provide flexible and cost effective options for learners.

Jim Parish and Ben Galloni from Assima will deliver a presentation on The Future of Software Simulations. In this interactive presentation Jim Parish will review the benefits and constraints associated with training options and environments (Training Clients, Screen Shot based Simulations and Software Cloning) as part of a blended learning solution and the progression toward a virtualisation of training environments. As part of the presentation Ben Galloni will provide a demonstration of the Assima solution, highlighting some of the unique benefits of Software Cloning and how this applies to the training of SAP users.

Colin Rice from Serco will present to the group How to engage, Motivate and Manage a Super User Network.

Paul Jackson and Chris Dwyer from SAP will give an overview on Training & SolMan. SAP Solution Manager is the source of Process and Solution Information - how can we use this in developing and maintaining our end user training materials? What Learning Maps can we create using the Solution Manager functionality (for free). How does Solution Manager integrate with other tools?

Event Location

SAP UK Ltd, Clockhouse Place, nr Heathrow

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