Paid Internship Program


Twinforce Internship Program

Twinforce Solutions is excited to announce its upcoming training and paid internship program for fresh university graduates interested in pursuing a career in Salesforce. Our comprehensive training program is designed to equip graduates with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in the Salesforce ecosystem with proper programmatic and declarative skills.

The training program covers a range of topics, including Salesforce administration, development, and customization, as well as specific modules such as sales, service, marketing, and commerce. Participants will have access to online courses, webinars, and in-person training sessions led by experienced Salesforce professionals from the Twinforce development team.

In addition to technical skills, the training program also includes soft skills training, such as communication, problem-solving, and teamwork. We believe that these skills are crucial for success in any professional setting and will help our participants stand out in their future careers.

Upon completion of the training program, participants will receive a certificate of completion and have the opportunity to obtain Salesforce credentials, such as the Salesforce Certified Administrator or Salesforce Certified Developer certifications.

We are committed to supporting the professional development of fresh university graduates and believe that this training program is an excellent opportunity for them to kickstart their careers in Salesforce. If you're interested in learning more about our training program, please contact us at [email protected]


After completing the training program top scoring candidates will get an option to work with the Twinforce Dev team under a paid internship program.
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During the training program we will cover both Salesforce declarative and programmatic tools.


Salesforce Administration Fundamentals


  1. Configuration and Setup:
  • Company SettingsDefault Locale and Language Settings
  • Organization ID, Licenses, and Salesforce API
  • Timezone and Currencies
  • Business Hours, Holidays and Fiscal Year Configurations
  • Data and File Storage
  • UI Features: UI Settings, Search Settings, List Views, Lightning App Builder, App Menu, Global Actions, Sandbox & Change Sets
  • Setup and Maintenance of Users
  • Setup Audit Trail, Login Hours, Session Settings
  • Salesforce Sharing Model (public groups, org wide default, sharing: roles, subordinates, hierarchy, report and dashboard folders)
  • Custom Profile and Permission Sets
  • Object Manager and Lightning App Builder
  • Standard Object Architecture and Relationship Model (standard object, parent/child, master detail/lookup/junction relationships, and record types)
  • Create, Delete, and Customize Fields and Page Layouts on Standard and Custom Objects
  • Create and Assign Page Layouts, Record Types and Business Processes
  1. Sales and Marketing Applications:
  • Sales Process, Opportunity, Path, and Forecast Impact
  • Dashboards, Lead Scoring, Einstein Opportunity Scoring, and Home Page Assistant
  • Lead Automation Tools
  • Campaign Management


  1. Productivity and Collaboration:
  • Activity Management
  • Describe the Features of Chatter
  • Describe the Capabilities of Salesforce Mobile App
  • Identify Use Cases for AppExchange Applications


  1. Service and Support Applications:
  • Case Management (case, case assignment rules, and queues)
  • Automate Case Management (support process, case auto-response rules, and case escalation)


  1. Data and Analytics Management:
  • Importing, Updating, Transferring, Mass Deleting, Exporting and Backing up Data
  • Data Validation Tools
  • Creating or Customizing a Report or Report Type
  • Impact of the Sharing Model on Reports
  • Dashboards (dashboard components, data sources, chart types, Subscribing, running user)


  1. Workflow/Process Automation:
  • Use Cases for Flow
  • Use Cases for the Approval Process


Salesforce Developer Fundamentals


  1. Multi-Tenant Architecture and Design Frameworks
  • Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture and Lightning Component Framework


  1. Declarative and Programmatic Customization
  • declarative versus programmatic customizations, including governor limits, formula fields, and roll-up summaries
  • data model including objects, fields, relationships, and external IDs
  • importing and exporting data into development environments


  1. Process Automation and Logic: Declarative Features
  • declarative process automation
  • declarative functionality with Apex


  1. Process Automation and Logic: Basic Apex
  • variables, constants, methods, and use modifiers and Apex interfaces.
  • Apex control flow statements
  • SOSL, SOQL, and DML statements in Apex.


  1. Process Automation and Logic: Advanced Topics
  • Apex classes and triggers
  • governor limits on Apex transactions.
  • Apex transactions: the save order of execution, and the potential for recursion and/or cascading.
  • Apex with custom exceptions.


  1. User Interface
  • modify Salesforce data using a Visualforce page
  • Lightning Component framework
  • Prevent user interface and data access
  • custom user interface components, including Lightning Components, Flow, and Visualforce in a given scenario.
  • Lightning Web Component events
  • page components, including Lightning Components, Flow


  1. Testing, Debugging and Deployment
  • Write and execute tests for triggers, controllers, classes, flows, and processes using various sources of test data.
  • Approach debugging system issues and monitor flows, processes, and asynchronous and batch jobs, etc. in a given scenario.
  • Know how and when to use the Salesforce Developer tools such as Salesforce DX, Salesforce CLI, and Developer Console in a given scenario.
  • Describe the environments, requirements, and process for deploying code and associated configurations in a given scenario.