Bosma Enterprises is offering training for people with disabilities who want to become Salesforce administrators. The Indianapolis-based organization says BosmaForce will create jobs for people who are blind and face a 70% unemployment rate.
Those interested will attend a 16-week BosmaForce training course taught by blind administrators, then students would take the Salesforce administrator certification exam. After the training and exam, the Salesforce administrators are able to analyze complex problems, offer solutions and provide advice based on data.
“We are proud to offer this high-tech training to our community. It’s our mission to teach new skills to people who are blind or visually impaired,” said James Michaels, vice president of programs for Bosma. “This is another effort Bosma has made to help reduce the 70% unemployment rate for blind and visually impaired individuals across the country.”
Bosma says as more opportunities become available, training will be expanded and employment options will increase for people with vision loss. More information can be found here.