Engaging Agents

Using agents can be an extremely effective way of growing your business. They can provide support to you in running classes, handling your administration or marketing, or doing birthday parties and events. It is imperative that you follow the correct procedure when taking on an agent to ensure you comply with our Child Protection Policy. You…

Agent recruitment summary

When recruiting an agent it is imperative that you comply with the relevant sections of our Child Protection Policy. Below is a summary of the recruitment and selection process including what is required by our Child Protection Policy. No agent is allowed to run a class without the following requirements having been met: Advertise for…

Finding agents

There are many ways to find suitable people: Word of mouth – this is the cheapest and often most effective method.  Ask people in your classes.  These people already know the MAD format and see the value of the classes.  Also, as they are in your class, it is likely they are not already employed…

Appointing Agents

Head Office MUST be notified as soon as possible after an agent has been appointed. This must be done through the New Agent Notification Form below, which requires you to send: Name, address and contact details of the agent Evidence of 2 references being checked Evidence that the agent has been asked about any criminal…

Training agents

Once your agent has been appointed it is your responsibility to ensure they are properly trained. An agent must undergo class training (either conducted by the franchisee or by Head Office – the franchisee will be invoiced for the cost of training if conducted by Head Office). Head Office training takes place 3 times per year…