NPO101: A Hands-on Class for Learning Salesforce for Nonprofits
By: Marc Baizman, Customer Success Director, Salesforce.org and
Garrett Farwell, Senior Application Instructor, Salesforce University
We heard you loud and clear: nonprofit admins want Salesforce training that is designed specifically for their unique processes and terminology. Today, we’re excited to announce the first official training class designed for nonprofit organizations using the Nonprofit Starter Pack!
This class is the result of the first-ever collaboration between Salesforce University and Salesforce.org. We taught an alpha version last summer with a select group of nonprofit students, whose feedback helped us build the final curriculum for this class. After officially launching it at Dreamforce 2015, we’re planning to offer this course on a regular basis from now on, starting with the first session scheduled for December 8 and 9 at Salesforce HQ in San Francisco.
Here’s what people who took the class are saying:
“I left with a good working understanding of NPSP functionality, platform integration, report writing and simple admin tasks.”
“It was perfect for our organization as we plan for implementation!”
“This class offers great basic, but essential, information!”
Here is the full course description and registration information:
Get Started with Salesforce and the Nonprofit Starter Pack
When: December 8-9
Where: 50 Fremont Street, San Francisco, CA
Cost: $1,700. Discounted to $850 when attending as an employee of a 501(c)(3) organization.
Are you looking to bring the power of Salesforce to a nonprofit organization? Whether you are an experienced Salesforce Administrator, or completely new to Salesforce, this 2-day hands-on training will show you how Salesforce.org’s Nonprofit Starter Pack can help you keep better track of your contacts, maximize donations, and even import your existing donor data.
Registration: To register for the class, call 1-877-TRAIN-10. More details and other training options are also available.
We look forward to seeing you in class, and stay tuned for dates and locations of future classes!
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