With the right training, anyone can be Manuel

As a lot of you already know, Footprint is in the middle of its first training rollout together with the FSB. 

The Footprint offices have been buzzing with excitement as the trainers arrived from all around the country to be upskilled on the Manage your money workshop, between 2500 and 3000 delegates from communities around South Africa will be trained in vital money management.  One of the Star reporters (Eulalia Snyman) attended the ADT training session on Friday the 20th of February and enjoyed it so much that this exclusive was written and published less than a week later, and what a response we’ve had.  So far people have been calling all morning, requesting information on the next Gauteng session for which to attend.

Well done to the whole Footprint team and the FSB for empowering and educating SA sustainably!

Click on the picture to download the PDF version to print and read for yourself.

Posted under Blog - General, Blog - Media

This post was written by Clayton on February 26, 2009

3 Comments so far

  1. Carlajo February 26, 2009 3:09 pm

    You have all been working really hard over the past few weeks and it is certainly paying off. May Footprint be blessed with many more opportunities to develop South Africa! Well done to you all!

  2. Sandi February 26, 2009 3:24 pm

    What a wonderful article, it captures what we are about. It is fantastic to be in the training room and see how willing and eager people are to learn. Thanks to the FSB we are able to do this work. Now we just need some more clients to see the value in what our trainers and our content development can offer! Well done to the trainers who really applied themselves to this project.

  3. Raelene February 27, 2009 7:20 am

    Sho! This kind of empowering training makes me proud to be part of a company that is part of the solution! Every South African can do their part. Well done to the trainers that travelled far from home to learn the skills, well done to our trainers for transfering the skill and thank you for the FSB for making it all possible for that skill to reach the rest of South Africa!

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