CRM Training - Making searches and reports work for you

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Who is this training for Healthwatch staff and volunteers who are new users of the CiviCRM What will the training cover This webinar aims

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Who is this training for

Healthwatch staff and volunteers who are new users of the CiviCRM 

What will the training cover

This webinar aims to help you make the most of the information you collect via the CRM. Through structured searching and creating reports you’ll be able to set up automated reporting that is tailored to give you exactly what you need for a range of purposes.

Who is running the training

This online event will be led by Michael Samuel, CRM System lead for Healthwatch England and Oliver Gibson from Northbridge Digital

Contact details

If you have a question about this webinar, please contact the CRM team.

HealthwatchCRM@healthwatch.co.uk 

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    Organiser Healthwatch England

    Organiser of CRM Training - Making searches and reports work for you

    We are the independent national champion for people who use health and social care services.

    We’re here to ensure that those running services, and the government, put people at the heart of care. We support local Healthwatch to find out what people want and to advocate for services that meet local communities’ needs. Healthwatch around the country act as our eyes and ears on the ground, letting us know how people’s care could be improved.

    Our sole purpose is to help make care better for people. We have the power to make sure their voices are heard.

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