We are excited to have latest cohort of 6 trainee’s mums start their work experience next week providing 36 free days of salesforce support to charities.
As part of our social enterprise mission at Economic Change we are supporting mums into work and charities to access subsidised support for Salesforce implementations with our Salesforce Supermums Programme– it’s a perfect blend for our consultancy, which everyone is excited about including our team, trainees, clients and partners including Salesforce.org and the Sage Foundation!
So how does it work?
After 3 months in training the trainees are flexing their newly honed Salesforce admin skills in real life projects. To get them ready for work experience they have benefited from expert instruction from Clio our programme trainer (previously a senior instructor at Salesforce), Salesforce.com guest speakers, completed 40 trailhead badges, and practiced their skills in a dev org.
Over the next 6 weeks the trainees will be putting into practice their salesforce admin skills, applying different admin skills each week to build a real Salesforce platform guided and mentored by our in-house team. They do all the admin work virtually from home committing 14hrs a week around childcare responsibility. Our senior consultants lead on the design of the Salesforce platform and produce a workbook for the trainee to give them clear guidance and instruction on what to build.
The finished Salesforce product will support our charities with their fundraising, volunteer management, IAG, social service solutions plus more!
Since the launch of our Salesforce Supermum Programme in November 2016 it has so far supported 19 charities with 91 days of free support, delivered by 13 trainees.
With the combination of experience, training and confidence we are successfully placing our graduate mums into work – check out our latest case study with Jen!
We can’t wait for our latest trainees to get started and the charities on their way to using salesforce to achieve economic change – using reducing admin, increasing income and achieving greater impact.
If you would like to discuss getting involved as a mum, a charity or an employee contact Debra@economicchange.co.uk
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