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Salesforce Administrator

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Full course description

This part-time program last 14 weeks but comprises 12 weeks of training with one week breaks for Thanksgiving (Nov 21) and the Holidays (Dec 23). Participants should anticipate 8-10 hours of training activities each week, mostly on their own time with one live online evening class each week.

What:

This course prepares learners for a career as a Salesforce professional, initially as a Salesforce Administrator. After completing the course trainees will be ready to take the Salesforce Administrator Certificate Exam. Trainees will learn both the required fundamentals of Salesforce and core business essentials that will enable them to hit the ground running in an entry level position. Salesforce is the World’s #1 Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform and has a growing demand for trained Administrators. Entry level positions in the Salesforce ecosystem open up a wide range of tech career opportunities many of which can be pursued as remote jobs from rural Montana.

The course is delivered via a cohort model and combines weekly self-paced modules with a live online interactive class, office hours and mentorship.

You can view the detailed course syllabus here.

Who:

This course is developed and delivered by Cognizant, Accelerate Montana, The University of Montana, and Missoula College, the organizations behind the award winning Aim Higher Program. Instructors for the course include 2 graduates of the Aim Higher Program as well as University of Montana and Missoula College Faculty.

Cost:

Participants in the first cohort benefit from a launch price of just $250. Future cohorts will be priced at $500. Please reach out if the program cost is a barrier to your participation, to discuss available funding opportunities via the Job Service or potential scholarships. Contact: paul.gladen@umontana.edu