Learn how to better manage your Special Events using CiviCRM. In this on-line training class designed for current users, we will explore three examples of different special events and the particulars of creating a price set and profile(s) for each event in order to accurately track participants, offer different pricing options and gather specific event related information from registrants. We will share best practices for registering multiple participants and how to configure your profiles to accommodate the different options. We’ll also discuss how to manage volunteers for an event using CiviVolunteer, configure early bird pricing, and manage a waitlist and participant approval for events. Register here for this two hour class to be held on March 10th at 12:00 pm MST. Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Click...Read more
Hello! I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself. My name is Angela Bruns and I will be Conference Coordinator for the North American CiviCon 2016 in Fort Collins, CO. My background is in event planning and volunteer management within Colorado nonprofit organizations and I am excited to be a part of this conference.
The conference will be held on the Colorado State University campus and is scheduled for May 31 – June 8, 2016. Trainings will happen May 31 & June 1, the Conference will take place June 2 & 3, and the Sprint will follow on June 4 – 8. Please see the save the date blogpost for some additional information on the event.
We want to make this conference the best it can be this year and are looking for some great volunteers to serve on our conference committees. If you would like to be a part of planning the 2016 CiviCon, please email me at...Read more
Is your New Year’s resolution to better manage and make use of CiviCRM? Why not learn new skills and best practices by participating in on-line CiviCRM courses taught by Cividesk!
We offer the following:
· New user “basics” classes which provide a general overview of a particular module during two hours
· “CiviTips” which are 30-minute classes that focus on a particular feature of CiviCRM
· Current user courses which are task and project oriented and designed for those who have experience using the database and want to make better use of particular features
All classes are a great value and affordable for the non-profit budget.
For a calendar of upcoming courses, visit www.cividesk.com/training to find details on curriculum, dates, times and cost. Feel free to contact Susan Engeman, email@example.com with specific questions....
Cividesk is offering several on-line CiviCRM classes during the month of December for new and current users. Cost is $40 per session and class size is kept small to allow for questions.
- The Basics of Contact Management for new users - Thursday, December 3, 2015 at 1:00 pm MST
- The Basics of Event Management for new users - Tuesday, December 8, 2015 at 12 noon MST
- Creating a Membership Renewal Campaign in CiviCRM for current users - Tuesday, December 15, 2015 at 12 noon MST
After receiving multiple requests, we are pleased to now be able to offer our CiviCRM trainings online. In addition to hosting these events in a new format, we are also offering trainings on new topics.
A new regular online training is the New User Training. We believe that this will be an effective way for organizations to on board a new employee who is using CiviCRM for the first time. As a CiviCRM consultant with almost a decade of experience working with and for nonprofits, I’ve found that many nonprofit employees have no idea how their work and processes affect the people around them. With that in mind, even if you don’t have any new employees, it could be useful to encourage long term employees who have infrequent interactions with CiviCRM to learn how their colleagues are using CiviCRM.
Also new, is the ...Read more
Cividesk is offering two NEW on-line classes in November designed for more advanced users of CiviCRM. Each class is two hours long and class size is kept small to allow for questions.
"Customize your database with Custom Fields and Profiles" on November 12th will focus on creating custom data sets for different record types, configuring the related settings and choosing the best field types for your data. We will also focus on the many uses of profiles in CiviCRM and how to create profiles for on-line pages, a membership directory and a petition.
"Managing a Fundraising Campaign with CiviCRM" on November 19th is a project oriented class that will take you through all the necessary steps for preparing a successful campaign. We will cover preparing data for the campaign outreach, creating an effective online...Read more
You are a current CiviCRM user and you would like to learn more about a particular feature, attend a CiviTip hosted by Cividesk.
CiviTips are short webinars of 1/2 hour offered weekly designed to educate existing CiviCRM users about tips, best practices and how-to's on a particular CiviCRM functional area.
Either you have missed a training class for your organization or you want a refresh on a specific functionality, you should attend a CiviTip.
Upcoming topics include: Groups vs Tags, exporting data, update records in a batch, how to use CiviMail, Deduping & Merging, etc ...
Click here for more information on topics covered or to get registered for the upcoming CiviTips.
Questions? Contact Virginie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cividesk is offering a new online class for more advanced users, in addition to our standard new-user curriculum. “Membership Renewal Campaign with CiviCRM” is a project oriented class that will help with the preparation of your annual membership renewal by teaching the necessary steps in CiviCRM to create a successful campaign. We will go over defining the campaign, planning, execution, progress monitoring and reporting. Click here for more information on this new class or to get registered for the September session. Questions? Email email@example.comRead more
Cividesk will be offering on-line classes for new users (Contacts, Membership, Events and Contribution management) during the month of August. Classes are two hours in length and are limited in size to allow for questions from students throughout the session.
Click here to see a class schedule for August and to access registration information.
Cividesk will be offering beginner-level CiviCRM training classes in July. Each two-hour training session focuses in depth on one topic (Contacts, Membership, Events and Contributions). Class size is kept small to allow for Q&A.