Beaux-Arts was founded in 1996 by Linda Lloyd in Kempton Park, South Africa. After a year as a pilot franchise, she became an associate member of the Franchise Association of Southern Africa in 1997, and a full member in 1998. By June 2001 she had franchisees servicing schools in one hundred and one cities, towns and municipalities throughout South Africa. She trains all her franchisees herself : except for full product training, she also teaches them business and marketing skills – and also trains the teachers and managers they employ. Her franchisees are highly qualified and share a rich gene pool.
As we use predominantly methodologies supported by the Kobus Neethling Group, our Franchisees also receive Whole Brain training in workshops by the South African Creativity Foundation: to this end we are a child-related extra-mural activity that is endorsed by Dr Kobus Neethling, President of the South African Creativity Foundation (Incorporated with the Kobus Neethling Group).
We have developed a motor-skills development programme in consultation with Betsie Vlok, occupational therapist and lecturer in occupational therapy, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Stellenbosch.
Our programme is accompanied by Lesson-Songs and this will be incorporated in our lessons during 2012.
Linda Lloyd is also a registered NBI® Whole Brain Practitioner.
Franchisees and their employees receive on-going training, by specialists in their field, in pottery, arts and crafts to ensure that we use cutting-edge techniques with age-old pottery skills.
Ladies: why work for a boss if you can work for yourself?
If you have the passion to work with children and want to make a difference in their lives, whilst earning a good living, this is for you.
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