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Production Planning

Production Planning

SAP PP (Production Planning) mainly deals with production processes like Capacity Planning, Master Production Scheduling, Material Requirement, Planning Shop Floor, etc. The PP module of SAP takes care of master data needed, like Bill Of Materials (BOMs), Routing and Work Centers. The purpose of PP&C (Production Planning and Controlling) is to ensure that manufacturing runs effectively and efficiently, and produces products as required by customers.

Production Planning


Prerequisite 
SAP129
TERP01
SM001Introduction to SAP Solution Manager

TSCM 40
Goals
Apply and communicate master data in the area of planning and manufacturing
Use and describe applications for production planning
Audience
This course is aimed at consultants responsible for implementing Supply Chain Planning & Manufacturing with SAP ERP Central Component (ECC).
The course is also suitable for customers who are still using SAP R/3.
Prerequisites Essential
Business knowledge in the area of planning and manufacturing
The following are included in posting TSCM40 which you must study in your own time before the start of course TSCM40:
SAP129
TERP01
Course based on software release
SAP ERP Central Component 6.0 (ECC), Enhancement Package 6
CONTENT
Creating and Managing Master Data
material master, BOM, classes, characteristics, documents, overview of variant configuration, work center, routing, production resources, changes with and without history, mass change
ERP production planning
Demand management, planning-based MRP, planning strategies for make-to-stock and make-to-order production, implementing requirements planning, processing of MRP results, additional MRP processes

TSCM 42
Goals
Utilize and describe basic functions for managing production orders (PP-SFC), repetitive manufacturing (PP-REM), process orders (PP-PI), KANBAN (PP-KAN), and capacity requirements planning (PP-CRP) as further options in production management.
Audience
This course is aimed at consultants responsible for implementing Supply Chain Planning & Manufacturing with SAP ERP Central Component (ECC).
The course is also suitable for customers who are still using SAP R/3.
Prerequisites Essential
Business knowledge in the area of planning and manufacturing
TSCM40 Planning / Manufacturing I
The following is included in posting TSCM42: SM001 Introduction to SAP Solution Manager (which you must study in which you must study in your own time before the start of course TSCM42
Course based on software release
SAP ERP Central Component 6.0 (ECC), Enhancement Package 6
CONTENT
Order-controlled Production with Production Orders
Overview of order categories and types, order structure / processing run, order creation/changing orders, interface with planning, order release (status management, availability checks), printing order documents, material staging and withdrawal, process integration (interfaces) and order control, confirmations, goods receipt, order settlement, archiving and deletion, information systems (overview), automation (mass processing, collection orders (multilevel order management))
Overview of production with process orders, repetitive manufacturing, KANBAN and capacity planning
Integrated Case Study implementation of a fictitious demo company using specific business processes, configuration and mapping of the company structure, master data, and business processes in the SAP system ECC.
Review and certification preparation
Certification examination for Solution Consultant SCM – Planning/Manufacturing with SAP ERP on the content of the courses SAP129, TERP01, TSCM40, SM001, TSCM42

Production Planning


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:

  • Gain an externally-recognized mark of excellence that clients seek
  • Differentiate yourself in a crowded marketplace
  • Execute your tasks with confidence and skill

An Associate Exam usually consists of 80 Multiple Choice, Multiple response and Matching (pull-down) questions and answers. Candidates have a maximum of 3 hours to complete.

Production Planning

Production Planning