Welcoming Clio to the Salesforce Supermums Training Programme

Salesforce Supermums Welcomes Programme Trainer, Cliodhna Egan (Clio)

 

 

We now have 15 mums on our Salesforce Supermums Training programme, who are training up to become Salesforce Administrators. Two our trainees have successfully completed the course to-date and we have successfully placed them into flexible job roles within a charity and Salesforce App Exchange partner.

Owing to the popularity of our Supermums Programme, we are thrilled to introduce to you Clio, our newest team member.

Clio is an experienced Salesforce Administrator and Trainer.  She started her career in Cloud Computing in 2003, as Salesforce.com Senior Instructor and delivered the ADM 201 training course regularly in Dublin, London and Europe. Following this, she moved to Barcelona, Spain and worked as a Salesforce Administrator and Trainer for 8 years. Clio speaks Spanish and German fluently.

Clio will be supporting our Supermums, delivering training, support and mentoring throughout their 6 month training course.

During their participation in the six month course we equip them with training, work experience and mentoring. They will have completed multiple Trailhead badges and completed their Salesforce Administrator Certification. They will also have learnt about different Third Party Apps and gained knowledge of Agile Project Management, Change Management and Business Analysis.

Clio says of her new role: “This is such an exciting opportunity for me. To be able to train other like-minded mums in Salesforce. I’ve been through it myself, so I understand the challenges of being a working mum and finding flexible work. With Supermums, it really is possible.” 

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If you are interested in hiring a Salesforce Supermum within your organisation, or are a mum interested in training up in Salesforce Admin then contact contact Debra Carlyle, Client Services Resourcing Manager at Debra@economicchange.co.uk

 

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