SAP ABAP Training

SAP ABAP Training Institute

IICT Training Institute, provides real-time and placement focused SAP ABAP training. Our SAP ABAP Training Course includes basic to advanced level and our SAP ABAP course is designed to get the placement in good MNC companies as quickly as once you complete the SAP ABAP courses with placement. Our SAP ABAP trainers are SAP ABAP certified experts and experienced working professionals with hands on real time multiple SAP ABAP projects knowledge. We have designed our SAP ABAP course content and syllabus based on students requirement to achieve everyone's career goal. In our SAP ABAP training program, you will learn from the scratch to advanced level along with SAP ABAP real time project and SAP ABAP placement training. SAP is used all the companies Manufacturing, IT Sectors, Health Care Industries, Pharama Sectors, Banking Sectors and in Various Companies across Globe.

These class have very good scope is used in many health Care industries.

IICT Training Institute Chennai Centre offers SAP ABAP Courses with choice of both online and classroom training in  Chennai. IICT is awarded as the best SAP ABAP Certification Institute. Our SAP ABAP training centers are equipped with lab facilities and excellent infrastructure. We have the best SAP ABAP training institutes with placement, also provide SAP ABAP certification training path for our students. Through our SAP ABAP Training Center, we have trained more than 5000+ students and placed 2000+ students through our training and placement program.

Training Batchs

Weekdays Training 01-10-2023 31-10-2023 Monday - Friday
Weekend Days Training 01-10-2023 30-11-2023 Saturday - Sunday
Fast Track Training 01-10-2023 16-10-2023 Monday - Friday

What is SAP ABAP ?

ABAP stands for Advanced Business Application Programming. This is a high-level programming language that is developed by SAP. It helps business professionals to develop applications for enhancing business performance. It helps in various business activities such as financial accounting, asset management, and enhancing applications based on SAP. You can also prepare interfaces and custom reports.

The SAP system uses the ABAP language to run its applications on NetWeaver ABAP platform. So business professionals working on an SAP system use ABAP. They can use it to modify the functionality of SAP applications.  The different programs written in the ABAP language are stored in the SAP database.

In this article, we will take a closer look into the details of the various aspects of the ABAP language and its functionalities.


The evolution of SAP ABAP dates back to the 1980s. Back then it was used as a program for generating reports. It was also used for developing and customizing server applications. Later many new features were introduced such as object-oriented programming and ABAP objects. In 1999, a new database method was introduced. Around 2010, new syntax was launched.

Till now, SAP has developed the largest amount of code for ABAP. But there are thousands of developers who work on the ABAP language. SAP provides another technology called SAP Solution Manager or SolMan. This is used by the programmers to maintain the complete lifecycle of SAP ABAP code.

What is ABAP Workbench?

The ABAP Workbench is basically a set of tools and programs. These tools help you to develop, execute and test ABAP programs. These tools also help you to develop enterprise resource planning applications. These applications run in the R/3 subsystem. You can use the workbench tools to modify the existing ABAP programs. Along with all this, you can also write report programs, function modules and module pools.

Some of the salient features of ABAP workbench are as follows:

  • Provides a graphical user interface that is simple and easy to use
  • Helps you to handle the complete life cycle of the ABAP application development
  • Enables communication with other desktop applications
  • You can make use of the remote function call. This will enable you to communicate with external applications
  • All programming and repository objects can be accessed by the given set of tools

The important workbench tools include:

  • ABAP Data dictionary
  • ABAP Editor
  • Function builder
  • Screen painter
  • Menu Painter
  • Function builder
  • Form painter
  • Message class builder

SAP ABAP Exams & Certification

IICT Certification is Accredited by all major Global Companies around the world. 

We provide after completion of the theoretical and practical sessions to fresher’s as well as corporate trainees.

Our certification at IICT is accredited worldwide.

It increases the value of your resume and you can attain leading job posts with the help of this certification in leading MNC’s of the world. 

The certification is only provided after successful completion of our training and practical based projects.

Key Features of SAP ABAP Training

Skill Level - Beginner
We are providing Training to the needs from Beginners level to Experts level.
Course Duration - 40 Hours
Course will be 40hrs to 60 hrs duration with real-time projects and working models.
Total Learners - 5000+ Learners
We have already finished 1000+ Batches with 100% course completion record.
Assignments Duration - 20+ Hours
Trainers will provide you the assignments according to your skill sets and needs. Assignment duration will be 10 hrs to 20 hrs.
Support - 24 / 7 Support
We are having 24/7 Support team to clear students needs and doubts.

SAP ABAP Training Syllabus

Key Topics of SAP ABAP Module

Introduction of SAP and ERP

Overview Of SAP
SAP in Market Place
SAP Landscape

ASAP Methodology

Blueprint Preparation
Configuration and Customization
Final Preparation
Go-live , Go- Support

R3 Architecture

Presentation Server
Application Server
Database Server


Data Dictionary

Tables, Views, Structure , Search Help , Type Group , Lock Object

Internal Table

With Header and Without Header

Work Area

Introduction on Work Area and Difference between Internal Table and Work Area

Key Words

Append , Collect , Insert , Read , Etc

Normalization (Select Queries)

Select Queries

Joining of Tables

For All Entries

Transport Organizer

Creation of Package and Creating TR
Break Point , Watch Point techniques


Functional Module , Include , Perform



Classical , ALV , Interactive


Standard and Custom


Call Transaction , Session Method , Upload and Download

Module Pool Programs

Normal Screen , Sub Screen , Table Control


Finding BAPI , Using BAPI , Creating Custom Bussiness Object


Finding BADI , Implementing BADI , Types Of BADI


User EXIT , Custom-EXIT , Screen-EXIT

Code Enhancement

Implicit Enhancement , Explicit Enhancement


Configuration of Remote Functional Call

ALE / Idocs

Basic Configuration of Idocs

Detailed List of SAP ABAP Coure Content

The R/ Basis System: Overview

  • Position of the Basis System Within the R/ System
  • Application Servers
  • Work Processes

Overview of the Components of Application Programs

  • Structure of an Application Program
  • Screens
  • Structure of ABAP Programs
  • Processing Blocks in ABAP Programs
  • ABAP Statements
  • Logical Databases and Contexts
  • Memory Structures of an ABAP Program

Creating and Changing ABAP Programs

  • Opening a Program from the Repository Browser
  • Opening Programs in the ABAP Editor
  • Opening Programs Using Forward Navigation
  • Maintaining Program Attributes
  • Editing Programs

The ABAP Programming Language

ABAP Syntax

Types and Objects

Basic Statements

  • Data Types and Data Objects
  • Data Types
  • Defining Data Types
  • Predefined ABAP Types
  • Local Data Types in Programs
  • Data Types in the ABAP Dictionary
  • The TYPE Addition
  • The LIKE Addition
  • Data Objects
  • Literals
  • Text Symbols
  • Variables
  • Constants
  • Interface Work Areas
  • Predefined Data Objects
  • Compatibility
  • Determining the Attributes of Data Objects
  • Examples of Data Types and Objects
  • Processing Data
  • Assigning Values
  • Assigning Values with MOVE
  • Assigning Values with WRITE TO
  • Resetting Values to Their Initial Value
  • Numerical Operations
  • Arithmetic Calculations
  • Mathematical Functions
  • Business Calculations
  • Date and Time Calculations
  • Processing Character Strings
  • Shifting Field Contents
  • Replacing Field Contents
  • Converting to Upper or Lower Case or Replacing Characters
  • Converting into a Sortable Format
  • Overlaying Character Fields
  • Finding Character Strings
  • Finding the Length of a Character String
  • Condensing Field Contents
  • Concatenating Character Strings
  • Splitting Character Strings
  • Assigning Parts of Character Strings
  • Single Bit Processing in Hexadecimal Fields
  • Setting and Reading Bits
  • Bit Operations
  • Set Operations Using Bit Sequences
  • Type Conversions
  • Conversion Rules for Elementary Data Types
  • Conversion Rules for References
  • Conversion Rules for Structures
  • Conversion Rules for Internal Tables
  • Alignment of Data Objects
  • Processing Sections of Strings
  • Field Symbols and Data References
  • Field Symbols
  • Defining Field Symbols
  • Assigning Data Objects to Field Symbols
  • Basic Form of the ASSIGN Statement
  • Assigning Components of Structures to a Field Symbol
  • Defining the Data Type of a Field Symbol
  • Data Areas for Field Symbols
  • Data References
  • Reference Variables
  • Creating Data Objects Dynamically
  • Getting References to Data Objects
  • Dereferencing Data References
  • Data References: Example
  • Logical Expressions
  • Comparisons Between Different Data Types
  • Comparing Strings
  • Comparing Bit Sequences
  • Checking Whether a Field Belongs to a Range
  • Checking for the Initial Value
  • Checking Selection Criteria
  • Checking Whether a Field Symbol is Assigned
  • Combining Several Logical Expressions
  • Controlling the Program Flow
  • Branching Conditionally
  • Loops

Processing Large Volumes of Data

  • Internal tables
  • Creating Internal Tables
  • Internal table types
  • Internal table objects
  • Special Features of Standard Tables
  • Processing Internal Tables
  • Operations on Entire Internal Tables
  • Assigning Internal Tables
  • Initializing Internal Tables
  • Comparing Internal Tables
  • Sorting Internal Tables
  • Internal Tables as Interface Parameters
  • Determining the Attributes of Internal Tables
  • Operations on Individual Lines
  • Operations for all Table Types
  • Inserting Lines into Tables
  • Appending Summarized Lines
  • Reading Lines of Tables
  • Changing Lines
  • Deleting Lines
  • Processing Table Entries in Loops
  • Operations for Index Tables
  • Appending Table Lines
  • Inserting Lines Using the Index
  • Reading Lines Using the Index
  • Binary Search in Standard Tables
  • Finding Character Strings in Internal Tables
  • Changing Table Lines Using the Index
  • Deleting Lines Using the Index
  • Specifying the Index in Loops
  • Access Using Field Symbols
  • Using Header Lines as Work Areas
  • Extracts
  • Defining an Extract
  • Filling an Extract with Data
  • Processing Extracts
  • Reading an Extract
  • Sorting an Extract
  • Processing Control Levels
  • Calculating Numbers and Totals
  • Formatting Data
  • Example of Formatted Data
  • Formatting Data During Reading
  • Refining Data Using Internal Tables
  • Formatting Data Using Extracts

Saving Data Externally

  • Saving Data Objects as Clusters
  • Data Clusters in ABAP Memory
  • Saving Data Objects in Memory
  • Reading Data Objects from Memory
  • Deleting Data Clusters from Memory
  • Data Clusters in the Database
  • Cluster Databases
  • Structure of a Cluster Database
  • Example of a Cluster Database
  • Saving Data Objects in Cluster Databases
  • Creating a Directory of a Data Cluster
  • Reading Data Objects From Cluster Databases
  • Deleting Data Clusters from Cluster Databases
  • Open SQL Statements and Cluster Databases
  • Working with Files
  • Working with Files on the Application Server
  • File Handling in ABAP
  • Opening a File
  • Basic Form of the OPEN DATASET Statement
  • Opening a File for Read Access
  • Opening a File for Write Access
  • Opening a File for Appending Data
  • Using Binary Mode
  • Using Text Mode
  • Opening a File at a Given Position
  • Executing Operating System Commands
  • Receiving Operating System Messages
  • Closing a File
  • Deleting a File
  • Writing Data to Files
  • Reading Data from Files
  • Automatic Checks in File Operations
  • Authorization Checks for Programs and Files
  • General Checks for File Access
  • Working with Files on the Presentation Server
  • Writing Data to Presentation Server (Dialog)
  • Writing Data to Presentation Server (no Dialog)
  • Reading Data from Presentation Server (Dialog)
  • Reading Data from Presentation Server (no Dialog)
  • Checking Files on the Presentation Server
  • Using Platform-Independent Filenames
  • Maintaining Syntax Groups
  • Assigning Operating Systems to Syntax Groups
  • Creating and Defining Logical Paths
  • Creating and Defining Logical Filenames
  • Using Logical Files in ABAP Programs

Modularization Techniques

  • Source Code Modules
  • Macros
  • Include Programs
  • Procedures
  • Subroutines
  • Defining Subroutines
  • Global Data from the Main Program
  • Local Data in the Subroutine
  • The Parameter Interface
  • Terminating Subroutines
  • Calling Subroutines
  • Naming Subroutines
  • Passing Parameters to Subroutines
  • Examples of Subroutines
  • Shared Data Areas
  • Function Modules
  • Function Groups
  • Calling Function Modules
  • Creating Function Modules
  • Organization of External Procedure Calls

Special Techniques

  • Catchable Runtime Errors
  • Program Checks
  • Catching Runtime Errors
  • Checking Authorizations
  • Checking User Authorizations
  • Defining an Authorization Check
  • Checking the Runtime of Program Segments
  • Runtime Measurement of Database Accesses
  • Generating and Running Programs Dynamically
  • Creating a New Program Dynamically
  • Changing Existing Programs Dynamically
  • Running Programs Created Dynamically
  • Creating and Starting Temporary Subroutines

ABAP User Dialogs


  • Screen Elements
  • Screen Attributes
  • Screen Elements
  • Screen Fields
  • Screen Flow Logic
  • Processing Screens
  • User Actions on Screens
  • Processing Input/Output Fields
  • Pushbuttons on the Screen
  • Checkboxes and Radio Buttons with Function Codes
  • Using GUI Statuses
  • Reading Function Codes
  • Finding Out the Cursor Position
  • Calling ABAP Dialog Modules
  • Simple Module Calls
  • Controlling the Data Transfer
  • Calling Modules Unconditionally
  • Conditional Module Calls
  • Input Checks
  • Automatic Input Checks
  • Checking Fields in the Screen Flow Logic
  • Input Checks in Dialog Modules
  • Field Help, Input Help, and Dropdown Boxes
  • Field Help
  • Input Help
  • Input Help from the ABAP Dictionary
  • Input Help on the Screen
  • Input Help in Dialog Modules
  • Dropdown Boxes
  • Modifying Screens Dynamically
  • Setting Attributes Dynamically
  • The Field Selection Function
  • Setting the Cursor Position
  • Switching on Hold Data Dynamically
  • Complex Screen Elements
  • Status Icons
  • Context Menus
  • Subscreens
  • Tabstrip Controls
  • Custom Controls
  • Table Controls
  • Using the LOOP Statement
  • Looping Through an Internal Table
  • Example Transaction: Table Controls
  • Looping Directly Through a Screen Table
  • How the System Transfers Data Values
  • Using Step Loops

Selection Screens

  • Selection Screens and Logical Databases
  • Defining Selection Screens
  • Defining Input Fields for Single Values
  • Basic Form of Parameters
  • Dynamic Dictionary Reference
  • Default Values for Parameters
  • SPA/GPA Parameters as Default Values
  • Allowing Parameters to Accept Upper and Lower Case
  • Reducing the Visible Length
  • Defining Required Fields
  • Search Helps for Parameters
  • Checking Input Values
  • Defining Checkboxes
  • Defining Radio Buttons
  • Hiding Input Fields
  • Modifying Input Fields
  • Defining Complex Selections
  • Selection Tables
  • Basic Form of Selection Criteria
  • Selection Criteria and Logical Databases
  • Default Values for Selection Criteria
  • Restricting Entry to One Row
  • Restricting Entry to Single Fields
  • Additional Options for Selection Criteria
  • Formatting Selection Screens
  • Blank Lines, Underlines, and Comments
  • Several Elements in a Single Line
  • Blocks of Elements
  • Calling Selection Screens
  • Calling Standard Selection Screens
  • Calling User-Defined Selection Screens
  • User Actions on Selection Screens
  • Pushbuttons on the Selection Screen
  • Checkboxes and Radio Buttons with Function Codes
  • Pushbuttons in the Application Toolbar
  • Changing the Standard GUI Status
  • Selection Screen Processing
  • Basic Form
  • PBO of the Selection Screen
  • Processing Single Fields
  • Processing Blocks
  • Processing Radio Buttons
  • Processing Multiple Selections
  • Defining Field Help
  • Defining Input Help
  • Subscreens and Tabstrip Controls on Selection Screens
  • Selection Screens as Subscreens
  • Tabstrip Controls on Selection Screens
  • Subscreens on Selection Screens
  • Using Selection Criteria
  • Selection Tables in the WHERE Clause
  • Selection Tables in Logical Expressions
  • Selection Tables in GET Events


  • Creating Lists
  • Creating Simple Lists with the WRITE Statement
  • The WRITE Statement
  • Positioning WRITE Output on the List
  • Formatting Options
  • Displaying Symbols and Icons on the List
  • Blank Lines and Drawing Lines
  • Displaying Field Contents as Checkboxes
  • Using WRITE via a Statement Structure
  • Creating Complex Lists
  • The Standard List
  • Structure of the Standard List
  • GUI Status for the Standard List
  • The Self-Defined List
  • Individual Page Header
  • Determining the List Width
  • Creating Blank Lines
  • Determining the Page Length
  • Defining a Page Footer
  • Lists with Several Pages
  • Programming Page Breaks
  • Standard Page Headers of Individual Pages
  • Page length of individual pages
  • Page Width of List Levels
  • Scrolling in Lists
  • Scrolling Window by Window
  • Scrolling by Pages
  • Scrolling to the Margins of the List
  • Scrolling by Columns
  • Defining Where the User Can Scroll on a Page
  • Laying Out List Pages
  • Positioning the Output
  • Absolute Positioning
  • Relative Positioning
  • Formatting Output
  • The FORMAT Statement
  • Colors in Lists
  • Enabling Fields for Input
  • Outputting Fields as Hotspots
  • Special Output Formats
  • Lines in Lists
  • Interactive Lists
  • Detail Lists
  • Dialog Status for Lists
  • Context Menus for Lists
  • List Events in an ABAP Program
  • Lists in Dialog Boxes
  • Passing Data from Lists to Programs
  • Passing Data Automatically
  • Passing Data by Program Statements
  • Manipulating Detail Lists
  • Scrolling in Detail Lists
  • Setting the Cursor from within the Program
  • Modifying List Lines
  • Lists and Screens
  • Starting Lists from Screen Processing
  • Calling Screens from List Processing
  • Printing Lists
  • Printing a List after Creating it
  • Printing a List while Creating it
  • Print Parameters
  • Execute and Print
  • Printing from within the Program
  • Printing Lists from a Called Program
  • Print Control
  • Determining Left and Upper Margins
  • Determining the Print Format
  • Indexing Print Lists for Optical Archiving

Running ABAP ProgramsMessages

  • Message Management
  • Messages
  • Message Processing
  • Messages Without Screens
  • Messages on Screens
  • Messages on Selection Screens
  • Messages in Lists
  • Messages in Function Modules and Methods

Running ABAP Programs

Defining Processing Blocks

  • Event blocks
  • Dialog modules

Running Programs Directly – Reports

  • Linking to a Logical Database
  • Report Transactions
  • Event Blocks in Executable Programs
  • Description of Events
  • GET
  • GET – LATE
  • Leaving Event Blocks
  • Leaving Event Blocks Using STOP
  • Leaving Event Blocks Using EXIT
  • Leaving Event Blocks Using CHECK
  • Leaving a GET Event Block Using REJECT

Dialog-Driven Programs: Transactions

  • Dialog Programs: Overview
  • Sample Transaction
  • Maintaining Transactions
  • Dialog Transactions
  • Report Transactions
  • Variant Transactions
  • Parameter Transaction
  • Screen Sequences
  • Static Next Screen
  • Dynamic Next Screen
  • Leaving a Screen from a Program
  • Starting a Screen Sequence
  • Calling Modal Dialog Boxes
  • Screen Sequences: Example Transaction

Calling Programs

  • Calling Executable Programs
  • Filling the Selection Screen of a Called Program
  • Affecting Lists in Called Programs
  • Program Statements to Leave a Called Program
  • Calling Transactions
  • Calling Screen Sequences as Modules
  • Passing Data Between Programs
  • Filling an Initial Screen using SPA/GPA Parameters

ABAP Database Access

Accessing the Database in the R/ System

Open SQL

  • Reading Data
  • Defining Selections
  • Specifying a Target Area
  • Specifying Database Tables
  • Selecting Lines
  • Grouping Lines
  • Selecting Groups of Lines
  • Specifying a Sort Order
  • Subqueries
  • Using a Cursor to Read Data
  • Locking Conflicts
  • Changing Data
  • Inserting Lines into Tables
  • Changing Lines
  • Deleting Lines
  • Inserting or Changing Lines
  • Committing Database Changes
  • Performance Notes
  • Keep the Result Set Small
  • Minimize the Amount of Data Transferred
  • Minimize the Number of Data Transfers
  • Minimize the Search Overhead
  • Reduce the Database Load

Native SQL

  • Native SQL for Oracle
  • Native SQL for Informix
  • Native SQL for DB Common Server

Logical Databases

  • Structure of Logical Databases
  • Selection Views
  • Example of a Logical Database
  • Using Logical Databases
  • Linking a Logical DB to an Executable Program
  • Calling a Logical Database Using a Function Module
  • Editing Logical Databases
  • Creating a Logical Database
  • Processing the Structure
  • Editing a Search Help
  • Editing Selections
  • Editing the Database Program
  • Dynamic Selections in the Database Program
  • Field Selections in the Database Program
  • Search Helps in the Database Program
  • Independent Calls and the Database Program
  • Editing Other Components
  • Improving Performance

Using Contexts

  • What are Contexts?
  • The Context Builder in the ABAP Workbench
  • Creating and Editing a Context
  • Using Tables as Modules
  • Using Function Modules as Modules
  • Using Contexts as Modules
  • Testing a Context
  • Buffering Contexts
  • Fields
  • Modules
  • Interfaces
  • Using Contexts in ABAP Programs
  • Finding and Displaying a Context
  • Creating an Instance of a Context
  • Supplying Context Instances with Key Values
  • Querying Data from Context Instances
  • Message Handling in Contexts
  • Message Handling in Table Modules
  • Message Handling in Function Module Modules
  • Working With Contexts – Hints

Programming Database Updates

  • Transactions and Logical Units of Work
  • Database Logical Unit of Work (LUW)
  • SAP Transactions
  • The R/ Lock Concept
  • Example Transaction: SAP Locking
  • Update Techniques
  • Asynchronous Update
  • Updating Asynchronously in Steps
  • Synchronous Update
  • Local Update
  • Creating Update Function Modules
  • Calling Update Functions
  • Calling Update Functions Directly
  • Adding Update Task Calls to a Subroutine
  • Special LUW Considerations
  • Transactions That Call Update Function Modules
  • Dialog Modules that Call Update Function Modules
  • Error Handling for Bundled Updates

ABAP Objects

What is Object Orientation?

What are ABAP Objects?

From Function Groups to Objects

  • Example


  • Overview Graphic
  • Classes – Introductory Example

Object Handling

  • Overview Graphic
  • Objects – Introductory Example

Declaring and Calling Methods

  • Methods in ABAP Objects – Example


  • Inheritance: Overview Graphic
  • Inheritance: Introductory Example


  • Overview Graphics
  • Interfaces – Introductory Example

Triggering and Handling Events

  • Overview Graphic
  • Events: Introductory Example
  • Events in ABAP Objects – Example

Class Pools

Programs, Screens, and Processing Blocks

Introductory Statements for Programs

Overview of ABAP Calls

  • Call Contexts
  • Internal Calls
  • External Procedure Calls
  • External Program Calls
  • Callable Units
  • ABAP Programs
  • Procedures
  • Screens and Screen Sequences

ABAP Statement Overview

ABAP System Fields

ABAP Glossary

Interview Prepartions

Resume Building

Mock Interviews

SAP ABAP Exams & Certification

IICT Certification is Accredited by all major Global Companies around the world. We provide after completion of the theoretical and practical sessions to fresher’s as well as corporate trainees.

Our certification at IICT is accredited worldwide. It increases the value of your resume and you can attain leading job posts with the help of this certification in leading MNC’s of the world. The certification is only provided after successful completion of our training and practical based projects.

Admission Procedure for SAP ABAP Training

  • Needed Students only with Computer Science Background
  • Passport size photograph for life time support ID
  • Address proof & ID Proof
  • Emergency Contact Number

SAP ABAP Corporate Training

  • Our Corporate training programs feature:
  • Customized training programs
  • Flexible Training Schedule - courses can be delivered at your chosen convenient time.
  • Hands-on training
  • Flexible group size
  • Affordable Price
  • Most advanced Training Resources - structured course material, learning CDs, highly experienced and certified faculty members.
  • Video Tutorials will be provided and SAP ABAP software will be provided

SAP ABAP Online Training

  • Custom lessons with specific terminology and examples from your business
  • Designed and developed from scratch with your employees in mind
  • Simulations are based on your SAP ABAP system, mirroring your exact system version, configuration and business processes
  • Courses can be organized by business process or job role and include any functionality that you desire.

SAP ABAP Training Course Highlights

1) Our Training Center batch sizes are generally very small size 3-5 members OR 1 to 1 also, so students receive direct, hands-on training from us.
2) 100% practical training only. It is not a slide show training program / theory class program. 
3) At the end of this class, definitely you will refer your colleagues / friends / relatives for our training.
4) Conducting regularly online SAP ABAP training for US peoples in all time zones (PST,CST,EST,HST,MST)
5) Installation of Softwares in your desktop / laptop will be done.
6) Will be provided self evaluation testing software, exam simulator, dumps & books with this training.
7) Continuous support is provided for any of your on-site problems. Assistance will be provided and you will be recommended to some of IT development firms.

Why Enroll with IICT for SAP ABAP Training Course ?

1) Two days free trial - If candidate likes this course, these days are adjusted in his actual schedule.
2) Live Project Exposure of Fortune companies.
3) Training by Subject Matter experts from CMM Level 5 companies
4) Both Online and Classroom Training offered at SAP ABAP
5) Our basic course worth more than the advanced course of other institutes/freelancers.
6) Free Interview preparations.
7) 100% free assistance for SAP ABAP certifications.
8) Practical and Hands on Training for SAP ABAP Course .
9) 100 % guarantee in succeeding the certification at affordable fees.
10) Also provide online training to students of foreign countries.

SAP ABAP Trainer Profile

  • More than 10+ Years of Experience.
  • Trained more than 5000+ students in a year.
  • Strong Theoretical & Practical Knowledge.
  • SAP ABAP Certified Professionals with High Grade.
  • Well connected with Hiring HRs in multinational companies.
  • Expert level Subject Knowledge and fully up-to-date on real-world industry applications.
  • Trainers have Experienced on multiple real-time projects in their Industries.
  • Our Trainers are working in multinational companies such as CTS, TCS, HCL Technologies, ZOHO, Birlasoft, IBM, Microsoft, HP, Scope, Philips Technologies etc

SAP ABAP Placement Training

  • More than 5000+ students Trained
  • 2000+ students Placed
  • 1100+ Interviews Organaized
  • Strong Theoretical & Practical Knowledge
  • It's used in SPA, IT Sectors, Chemical, Oil, Gas Industry and many more.
  • SAP ABAP certified Professionals



Frequenty Asked Questions

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We are proud to state that in the last 10+ years of our operations we have trained over 25,000+ aspirants to well-employed IT professionals in various IT companies.
Our courseware is designed to give a hands-on approach to the students in SAP. The course is made up of theoretical classes that teach the basics of each module followed by high-intensity practical sessions reflecting the current challenges and needs of the industry that will demand the students’ time and commitment.
More than 10 years we are into SAP Training domain. We are doing training across Chennai.
We at IICT believe in giving individual attention to students so that they will be in a position to clarify all the doubts that arise in complex and difficult topics. Therefore, we restrict the size of each Selenium batch to 5 or 6 members.
We are happy and proud to say that we have strong relationship with over 600+ small, mid-sized and MNCs. Many of these companies have openings for SAP Specialist. Moreover, we have a very active placement cell that provides 100% placement assistance to our students. The cell also contributes by training students in mock interviews and discussions even after the course completion.
Our SAP faculty members are industry experts who have extensive experience in the field handing real-time application and completing mega real-time projects in SAP in different sectors of the industry. The students can rest assured that they are being taught by the best of the best from the SAP industry.
We accept Cash, Card, Bank transfer and G Pay.
You will receive IICT globally recognized course completion certification.
Yes, IICT provides group discounts for its training programs. To get more details, visit our website and contact our support team via Call, Email, Live Chat option or drop a Quick Enquiry. Depending on the group size, we offer discounts as per the terms and conditions.


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