For more details on any of the courses below, click on the links. To book click here. For urgent booking enquiries, please call the general switchboard on +44 (0) 207 820 6300. Please note that you will be invoiced and payment is required before the training date – our accounts team will take credit card payments by telephone.
Please book before the deadline where one is quoted. Contact us to check availability if you want to place a booking after the deadline.
All prices are subject to U.K. VAT. Fee includes refreshments, lunch and training materials. Booking and payment must be received at least 7 days before the course unless agreed otherwise when you book. If payment is received after the published deadlines, a late booking administration charge of £20 may be applied. Please read our full terms and conditions before booking.
Cancellations and changes to your booking: Refunds and transfers may not always be possible. Please check our terms and conditions before booking your place.
21 November: Executive briefing: Social Return on Investment (SROI) – London. Book here by 7 November.
If you have three or more people wanting to join our open training but cannot make the dates above, please contact us.
Prices and discounts for open training
We offer a special reduced price for any organisation able to quote a registered charity number when booking open training. This reduced price is not available for any other organisation or individual as our standard prices have been set to take into account that many of our training customers work for non-profits, social enterprises, academic institutions, the public sector or are self-employed.
Multiple booking discount: If we can invoice more than one booking on a single invoice there is an administration discount of £25 on the total invoice value.
Subscriber discount: Sign up here for updates and save on any open training course. You can unsubscribe at any time. Only one subscriber discount can be applied to each booking form and it applies only to the person subscribing .
SROI training: £565 Reg. charity £515
Measuring Social Impact: £495 Reg. charity £445
Communicating Impact Programme (two 1-day workshops): £545 Reg. charity £495
Social Return on Investment – SROI (full day): £395 Registered charity £345
Commissioning for Outcomes: £295 Reg. charity £245
Communicating Impact: Storytelling: £325 Reg. charity £275
Communicating Impact: Data Visualisation: £325 Reg. charity £275
Value for Money training: Please see the IMA website for prices.
All prices are subject to U.K. VAT. Fee includes refreshments, lunch and training materials.
Booking and payment must be received at least 7 days before the course unless agreed otherwise when you book. If payment is received after the published deadlines, a late booking administration charge of £20 may be applied. Please read our full terms and conditions before booking.
Other open training
We work with IMA International to help them deliver training aimed specifically at those working within international development.
Improve development effectiveness
This unique 5-day programme, delivered in partnership with IMA International, provides the tools and knowledge to maximise and embed value for money (VfM) approaches in an organisation, projects and programmes. You will learn about best practice in economic theory as well as how to practically apply existing and emerging tools to capture and manage for VfM.
This course is aimed at professionals responsible for the maximisation of VfM through all elements of programme and project design and delivery. It presents the latest thinking on how to guarantee that your activities deliver maximum value to your organisation and its stakeholders. Click here for details.
An action-learning journey for organisational and personal development
Developed and delivered with IMA International, this learning programme is for managers and leaders within international development who want to understand and experience our approach to making connections reflectively, and turn this into practice. The learning takes place over a period of 8-12 months, with three face-to-face modules and linked remote work. It is an opportunity for personal growth and development as well as a way of cultivating resilience and critical thinking for dealing with rapidly complex change processes. For more details, click here.
Module 1: Macroeconomic challenges: Introduces participants to new economic thinking in relation to key economic issues and provides techniques to critically review these issues.
Module 2: Effective organisations in the face of macro level challenges: Uncovers the assumptions, both personal and organisational, which lie behind every intervention in development and opens a debate on how to deal with complexity from an organisational leadership perspective.
Module 3: Effective leaders in a complex world: An opportunity to learn and experience the process of becoming an effective leader within your organisation in the face of macro level challenges.
For dates and locations, and to book click here.