Training

Looking ahead to 2014

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2014-02-04 00:00
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Now that the holidays are behind us, I wanted to share some of the exciting developments brewing in Civi-world for 2014.

Participate in 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference and other CiviCRM Events in DC (March 11-15)

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2013-12-20 12:10
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The 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference (14NTC) is coming to Washington, DC, March 13-15. Don’t miss the opportunity to take part in the largest gathering of nonprofit professionals that put technology to use for their causes. Register now to attend the 14NTC to learn the latest nonprofit technology tools and trends, to share best practices from yo

Video Project Update

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2013-11-14 09:02
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Down here in Bristol, we’ve been putting more bones on the video project and talking to lots of people who want to be involved, so we thought we would give you an update on how things are progressing and what we need from the community at this point in helping developing the plans for the future.

The new Training course for CiviCRM has been released

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2013-10-08 11:55
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We are pleased to announce that a new course for trainer use has been released.

The course has been developed around CiviCRM 4.3 and can be found on the CiviCRM Wiki - wiki.civicrm.org/confluence/display/CRM/Training
The course is based on a modular format with 14 individual sessions - wiki.civicrm.org/confluence/display/CRM/Sessions
Each session contains both trainer notes and exercises for the learners.

CiviLibs

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2013-08-30 11:15
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This coming Friday, September 6, is the first and most {event.event_type} CiviCRM conference on the East Coast, CiviCamp.

A New Model for Trainings - Join us in DC

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2013-05-21 13:22
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I started out with CiviCRM as an end user who installed it for organization where I used to work.  My colleagues and I were self-taught through trial and error, and after a little while, we understood the concepts and day-to-day contact management fairly well.  However, we lacked the opportunity to fully explore functionality before diving in and using it.

Adventures in the CiviCRM community

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2013-03-28 09:47
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I was at the Benelux developer and implementer training

The decision was made some time ago. We are going to migrate our organisation's administration to CiviCRM, on top of Drupal. We needed some training, so we contacted Mediaraven. I'm not sure what exactly happened then, but some days later we were suddenly registered for the Benelux developer and implementer training. A two day training in Ghent, at the Mediaraven headquarters. With about 20 civicrm-enthousiasts from the Benelux and beyond.