I recently started SAP SCM training. It's a five week course (10 hours a week). After finishing the class, the company will help me improve my resume and will try to get me my first contract as well. I will have to work through them in the first year if they get me the job.

How much should I expect as an hourly rate? Also, any other words of advice for someone brand new in SAP SCM would be appreciated.

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The best way to become a good SAP SCM consultant is through a lot of hard work. There are many functionalities that would require a good understanding of the subject and looking for options to configure them. You might need to do a lot of reading of the help files of SAP in addition to look at various forums to get a better idea

I am not in a position to talk about the hourly rates. It would depend on the client and the location and how much they would perceive your experience is worth.

This was first published in November 2007

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