GAIL 101 Courses:

GAIL 101 – All Users

The GAIL 101 All Users course is designed for faculty and staff members who need access to GAIL. Topics covered during this class will include how to locate constituent information in GAIL, how to add constituent data to the system, and how to track gifts and revenue.

GAIL 101 – Student Worker

The GAIL 101 Student Worker course is designed specifically for student workers, interns, graduate assistants, or temporary workers who need access to GAIL. Topics covered during this class will include how to locate constituent information in GAIL as well as add constituent data to the system. Student Worker classes are scheduled based on individual availability when an access form is submitted.

To register for a GAIL 101 course, click here.


 

Communication Courses:

GAIL Marketing Efforts

The GAIL Marketing Efforts course is designed for faculty and staff members who will be processing mass email and postal mail communications. Topics covered during this class will include how to create email content, how to build mail spreadsheets, and how to track revenue from solicitations.

GAIL Communications Assistance

The GAIL Communications Assistance course is designed specifically for student workers or staff who will be helping their department with outreach via marketing efforts and events. Topics covered during this class will include how to create email content.

GAIL Events Management

The GAIL Events Management course is designed for faculty and staff members who will be organizing and/or coordinating events for their department. Topics covered during this class will include how to create new events, how to send both email and postal mail invitations, and how to register invitees.

GAIL Events Assistance

The GAIL Events Assistance course is designed for student workers or staff members who will help organizing and/or coordinating events for their department. Topics covered during this class will include how to create email content, and how to register invitees, and how to build seating charts.

To register for a GAIL Communications course, click here.


 

Fundraising Courses:

GAIL Research & Prospect Management

The GAIL Research & Prospect Management (RPM) course is designed specifically for fundraisers and development officers who will be actively soliciting prospective donors for major gifts. Topics covered during this class will include how to add prospects to your portfolio, how to create plans and corresponding opportunities, and how to set up prospect email alerts. Major gift officers will also learn how to use Fundraiser Performance Management (FPM).

GAIL Fundraiser Assistance

The GAIL Fundraiser Assistance course is designed for staff members who will be working with fundraisers to help manage their portfolios. Topics covered during this class will include how to edit and update plans and opportunities and how to organize fundraiser portfolios.

To register for a GAIL Fundraising course, click here.


 

Other Courses:

GAIL Stewardship & Acknowledgements

The GAIL Stewardship course is designed for faculty and staff members who will be managing donor thank you letters and stewarding efforts. Topics covered during this course will include how to read your weekly acknowledgement report and how to utilize recognition programs.

To register for a GAIL Stewardship course, click here.

Advizor or Tableau

The Advizor or Tableau course is designed specifically for data-minded GAIL users who are interested in filtering and viewing large amounts of constituent and fundraising data in charts and graphs.

To register for an Advizor or Tableau course, click here.

FAME

The FAME course is designed for faculty and staff members who are responsible for monitoring their department’s Foundation funds. Topics covered during this course include differentiating between different types of funds and what reports are appropriate to run to gain information regarding expenses and balances.

To register for a FAME course, click here.