Stay Tuned for More Information on the Winter ‘21 Salesforce Saturdays cohort!
Salesforce Saturdays cohort is a free training program geared towards professionals who are new to Salesforce and interested in learning about the platform. The upcoming cohort is focused on Administrator content and will help participants get on the right path to becoming Certified Salesforce Administrators.
The Salesforce Saturdays Cohort training program was designed for beginners with no familiarity with Salesforce or CRM platforms. The purpose of this program is to provide free and accessible training to the Halifax community.
So far, we’ve hosted five Salesforce Saturday cohorts and graduated 40 participants. Our last cohort, Salesforce garnered 80+ applicants. We only pick 8-10 participants for each cohort. The application for the Salesforce Saturday Winter ’21 cohort is coming soon, follow us on social media (Twitter, LinkedIn) or check back here for updates.
How to Apply:
Salesforce Saturdays – Halifax will be geared towards those who are new to Salesforce and interested in learning about the platform from a Salesforce Admin perspective.
Salesforce Saturdays – Halifax is a free 12-week, instructor-led Salesforce training program with an estimated value of $3,000(USD).
CloudKettle office: 1888 Brunswick St., Suite 900, Halifax, NS (take the elevator to 8, turn right, first door on the right at the top of the stairs). Parking: there is free meter parking on Brunswick street and Rainnie Dr.
Note: Depending on provincials updates around COVID and safety regulations the cohort may be hosted virtually.
Our goal in hosting Salesforce Saturdays Halifax is to make learning accessible to individuals who are passionate about exploring Salesforce.
Start Date: TBD End Date: TBD
Six Sessions: Three-hour meetings will be held on Saturdays from 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM.
Priority for this program will be given to individuals based on their background and passion for learning Salesforce. CloudKettle reserves the right to ask participants to leave the program if they violate any of the guidelines of the program.Salesforce Saturday HFX Guidelines
- The course is designed to build on the knowledge gained in previous sessions. Individuals who miss one or more sessions may be asked to leave.
- Supplementary course work may be necessary to solidify learning that takes place in the sessions.
- The CloudKettle office is a secure facility so participants must follow some standard security guidelines. For example, all attendees must sign into the building before each session (for our compliance).
- CloudKettle promotes diversity and inclusion in every aspect of our business. Disruptive or offensive behavior will not be allowed.