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Get 65 Hours of Salesforce Training For $29.99

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Whether you're an administrator, sales professional, developer, or marketer, you too can become a mover and shaker—especially if you learn your skills from Salesforce. And right now there's a terrific collection of courses on sale—and then some—in the Salesforce Trailblazer Bundle. Until now, if you bought each course separately, you'd pay about $910, but for a limited time, when you purchase all eight courses in the bundle, the price is a mere $29.99. That's 96% off retail.

Here are the courses that are included in the bundle:

  • Salesforce Einstein Discovery: Introduction to AI and Data Science
  • Salesforce Service Cloud Consultant Certification Course
  • Salesforce Sales Cloud Consultant Certification Course
  • Introduction to Salesforce Certification and Career Planning
  • Complete Salesforce and Salesforce1 New User Training Course
  • Salesforce Lightning Experience User Training
  • The Complete Salesforce Administrator Certification Course
  • Salesforce Platform App Builder Developer 401 Certification

The first six courses prepare you for completion of the final two: Salesforce Administrator Certification and Salesforce Platform App Builder Developer 401 Certification.

The Salesforce Administrator Certification course covers the Administrator study guide, complete with interface examples and hands-on training. By the end of the course, you'll know more than enough to pass the Administrator certification test.

The Salesforce Platform App Builder Developer 401 Certification course prepares you for the Salesforce Platform App Builder Developer 401 Certification test, by teaching you how to build apps and automate sales without programming. All this and more for just $29.99, or 96% off retail.


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