Bespoke workplace-specific training

We work with clients to deliver solutions that offer maximum value and impact, by following a clear and simple methodology.


Step 1 – Consult

We will consult with you to explore your specific needs, discuss potential approaches and solutions – this can be done in person on zoom meeting or over the phone.

Step 2 – Identify

We will focus on identifying the desired impact and overarching objective of the training along with an approach for measuring and evaluating success. We will then work closely with you to design a tailored solution or training programme that best meet your organisational needs.

Step 3 – Develop

Using our extensive team of academic experts and industry practitioners we will design and build a bespoke programme based on our findings. We will align a bespoke development solution to your specific organisational strategy and development objectives.

Step 4 – Approve

We will present our findings and proposal and for your approval. This gives you the final say on the content, method and approach. We will make any necessary amends and tweaks before final approval giving you complete confidence that your programme will have maximum impact.

Step 5 – Deliver

Whether onsite, offsite or online we will coordinate all aspects of delivery, logistics and attendee communications. Our team will deliver a programme around your existing organisational commitments ensuring that there is minimum disruption to your core business but adding maximum value. Our approach takes the pain out of delivering an in house programme saving you time and money.

Step 6 – Evaluate

All our tailored and in house programmes are results driven. We will work with your to agree what success looks like and evaluate our own performance and the impact of our intervention against your learning objectives.

What are the benefits of in house and bespoke training solutions?


We incorporate case studies and learning methods relevant to your business so you can put their learning into practice straight away with immediate impact.

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This is how much ineffective training may cost per year per 1000 employees

Convenience and minimal disruption

Our training is scheduled to fit with the day to day activities of your business and because it is held at premises of your choice, your people do not incur the expense and loss of time from travelling further afield.

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employees fear they are not reaching their full potential


You pay per event, rather than per person, giving you the opportunity of a larger return on your investment.

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of managers believe that their programs meet learners' needs


You do not need to design a course, train a trainer, or worry about the administration and logistics – we do all the work for you.

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of employees stated that they would stay within a company for longer if there were training opportunities available (study by LinkedIn)


We deliver training in a variety of different formats to suit your particular requirements – masterclasses, bite-size, learning lunches, seminars, and more.

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of employees also want to learn at their own pace, to increase their chance of success by structuring their learning around other responsibilities.

Unlimited access

Support doesn’t end when your course finishes. We are on hand for post course guidance.

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higher profit margin is guaranteed when you will offer formalised training (according to research done by The Association for Talent Development ATD)

How to fund the trainings?

Training doesn’t have to be a huge investment for a company, as this can be funded in a multitude of different ways. If you’re already paying into the apprenticeship levy you have ring-fenced training funds set aside to use.

This can allow you to provide staff training for free, fully funded by your pre-existing levy amount.

It’s a common misconception that apprentices have to be young school-leavers, but anyone can be an apprentice within your organisation. These apprentices can work towards globally accredited qualifications in professional sectors, such as marketing, human resources and management.


These can be suitable for those working in entry-level roles or more experienced colleagues looking to improve their knowledge.

Studying online will generally be more cost-effective for employers, as there are no travel costs or time away from the office. Online learning can reduce the cost of training by 18% and also reduces time off for learning by 15%.


The business case for training is strong; it’s no longer a question of whether you can afford to provide this it’s now a question of whether you can afford not to. With productivity, engagement and overall profitability taking a hit if you don’t provide training – it’s essential to implement a robust training scheme.

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