The Fifteen Minute Trainer supports charitable causes at The World of Learning Exhibition

Quadrant2designHowever, for Angelena Boden, founder of The Fifteen Minute Trainer, training individuals to improve their prospects is at the heart of her company’s core philosophy. The Fifteen Minute Trainer is a service offering 24/7 training resource access to its clients. With regularly updated content, the service provides quick and easy access to simple and straightforward training content.

The company recently joined up with Mzu Lembeni to transform the lives of young men and women in Khayelitsha, near Cape Town in South Africa. Angelena met Mzu after taking one of his tours around his native town; she was touched by his efforts to improve the lives of young people in a settlement where unemployment has risen as high as75%[1]

 

Angelena was keen to help. Offers of donations and support were greatly appreciated, but what Angelena could do best to help was what she had spent her whole life doing – training. She agreed to help set up a training skills centre designed to help local people learn skills, such as customer service and computing, as well as to develop their CV and job application skills.

The Fifteen Minute Trainer is now pleased to offer free membership to a charitable cause for every paid subscription taken out during the World of Learning Show (and up to October 31st); the show is a leading exhibition for the learning and development industry. This means that every new membership will directly contribute to projects such as Mzu’s in South Africa.

The company will be exhibiting at stand number G160 at the show. The firm teamed up with stand designers Quadrant2Design to produce the stand. Quadrant2Design’s free-hire option allowed The Fifteen Minute Trainer to rent the stands hardware for free, saving money and commitment for the first-time exhibitors.

You can find the stand at the NEC in Birmingham during The World of Learning Show. To book tickets and learn more about the show visit learnevents.com.

For more information about The Fifteen Minute Trainer, including how you can help the Cape Town project, visit thefifteenminutetrainer.com. Or to learn more about exhibiting with the Prestige events system, visit prestige-system.com or email designteam@quadrant2design.com.

[1] http://www.theguardian.com/global-development/poverty-matters/2011/feb/21/south-africa-bloated-welfare-state