Masters of the Ministry Model

The idea behind Masters of the Ministry is to bring expert software testing trainers and their courses to where the training is needed. In order to achieve this, we are attempting to collate a list of trainers and courses. Then allow the community to declare their interest in them. We can then use that data to work out areas/towns to host courses where we believe they will sell.

We also believe training should be more affordable for individuals and companies, so in taking the trainer to them we feel it reduces the overall cost, as attendees will have lower travel and accommodation costs on top of the course fee.

In order to achieve this mission, we have to work with the best and attract the best trainers out there. We believe the following model compensates both parties, allowing us to bring some fantastic training to the industry and disrupt the current status quo.

The basics of the deal is a profit share model: 80% to the trainer(s) and 20% to the Ministry of Testing.

So how does it work and who does what?


Ministry of Testing

Course description - Provide a comprehensive course description. Could include takeaways, prerequisites, learning outcomes and so forth

Marketing - We will advertise the course using the vast Ministry of Testing network, including email and various social media platforms.

Get a venue - Find, and reserve a venue.

Ticketing System - We will provide our existing platform for the managing the sale of tickets.

Contact information - Provide an email for us to send out to the mailing list, advertising the course.

Deposit - We will pay the deposit for the venue*

Run your training event - Manage the event on the day, such as registration and the logistics of the day.

Paperwork - We will provide a profit share statement before our collaboration begins.

Deliver - deliver a fantastic course!

Customer satisfaction - we will gather and process feedback from attendees, and pass this on to you so you can suitably adjust your course where necessary.

*In line with the venues agreement cancellation policy, the event would be cancelled if a predetermined number of tickets hasn’t been sold, reducing the financial impact.