Footprint learner recruitment presentation March 2011

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Footprint “ A brand of Avocado Vision”:

February 2011 Footprint “ A brand of Avocado Vision”

Company credentials:

Company credentials Avocado Vision Directors Elaine Sampson Jules Newton Steve Gaydon Started in 1996 by Jules Level 3 BEE Contributor Learning and development specialists ETDP SETA (accredited provider) Avo Vision Seta accreditation Number 2068

Company credentials:

Company credentials National deployment models, processes, systems and experience (Lotto) Founded 2006 31% Sales Marketing National deployment Logistics Founded 2008 100% Section 21 NGO Founded 2009 Section 21 Sources trainers SMME development Trains trainers ‘Mother’ company: SETA accredited Content design Incubator

Company credentials : recent clients:

Company credentials : recent clients 13 years and counting…

Company credentials: Capacity to implement:

Company credentials: Capacity to implement Number of Facilitators Model includes recruitment and set-up of peer trainers wherever our client would like us to work – live in local communities (currently 25 Trainers in 5 Regions) Reach/Footprint National infrastructure Footprint covers every part of South Africa – matched with Lottery distribution footprint – Ngikwazi trains in 8500 stores countrywide Project Management Capability Solid track record: Trained 28 000 in 20 days World class field management systems Strong and experienced project team

Peer trainer model :

Peer trainer model The most sustainable method of rolling out training in communities

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Us We see you are a Community Leader – can you help us identify people who can become trainers? Train the Trainer Money F o S ho I have become an SMME supplier, equipped with the skills to operate my own small business as a ‘basic life skills’ training provider Our team will deploy you back into X Community, mentor, manage and remunerate you. We want to train X number of people, in x community, by x time Client X Community X Time X Financial literacy learners

Benefits of Peer Training Model:

Benefits of Peer Training Model Sustainable ongoing community access Communicate in local languages Attuned to local cultural nuances The trainers live close to where they work: reduce cost of logistics (transport, accommodation, travel stipends) Creates sustainable micro entrepreneurial opportunities for the trainers

Content:

Content Money Fo’ Sho! Module 2 – Banking Mzansi Account Savings Accounts Understanding how interest can work for you ATM Safety - Debit Cards Module 1 - Budgeting Financial goals Wants vs Needs Monthly Budgets Module 3 – Long Term Protection Endowment Policies Funeral Policies Module 4 - Credit Counting the cost of credit Managing your credit history The ghastly truth about judgments

Accreditation :

Accreditation AVO is accredited and registered with Services SETA Facilitators are accredited by Avo Training material is SAQA accredited and NQF aligned AAA+ BEE company

Learner recruitment:

Learner recruitment As a Footprint trainer you need three things to enable you to do your work. These are; learners, venue and training materials. Learners are the most important reason why we train, so learner recruitment is an essential component of a trainer’s work. We are going to share some useful tips and experiences about how to go about recruiting learners for our training.

Networks as sources for learner recruitment:

Networks as sources for learner recruitment The most common networks used to source learners in the community are; Municipalities Trade Unions Faith based organizations - churches Schools Government departments NGOs Youth Groups Companies Community Projects such as EPWP

Examples of best practice in learner recruitment:

Examples of best practice in learner recruitment Use existing networks – family, friends, church etc Establish new networks –use existing networks as a step to form new ones Market yourself as a resource person in your community Establish mutually beneficial relationships with organisations, individuals, companies etc One to one recruitment requires a lot of effort, so avoid it , if you can Organised groups offer the best opportunity

Best practice e.g. cont …:

Best practice e.g. cont … Take advantage of the entire value-chain – Free training, catering, recruitment, certificates

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