KSFM runs a popular Charity Strategy Training Programme. Our bespoke modules are created specifically to equip the modern charity professional or trustee with an up-to-date and rigorous appraisal of relevant subject areas, within a rapidly changing and unpredictable environment. These sessions are hosted by experts with a wealth of experience in the voluntary sector.
Each training module is a full day and costs £195+VAT. Any organisation wishing to book all four modules in June can benefit from a special offer, and pay just £600+VAT. Please contact us using the details on this page to take advantage of this. The module price includes refreshments, a sandwich lunch, course materials, post-course networking opportunities and subsequent updates from the KSFM Team.
The modules are delivered in our City Office (Devonshire House, 60 Goswell Road, London, EC1M 7AD) and run from 10.00am to 16.30pm. To find out more about each of the training courses and to book your place(s), please click on the course title below:
- Finance for Fundraisers – Date TBC
- Fundraising Regulation – Date TBC
- Capital Campaigns for non-traditional charities – Date TBC
- Understanding Impact Measurement – 27 June 2017
We also offer wider initiatives for your charity:
Bespoke Training Courses
If more than eight people on your team need training, our bespoke in-house training is an excellent alternative to the public courses. Existing course material will be adapted with examples, case studies and exercises tailored specifically to your charity.
Our experienced consultants can facilitate your Board/staff away days or planning sessions. We take an objective view, ask difficult questions and present new ideas as a prelude to change. We help staff and Boards to review their vision, mission and values to achieve consensus on the way forward together.
Conference & Events Speakers
Our Fundraising and Management team regularly speaks at high-profile events. If you would like to book a member of the team to speak at your event, please contact James Newell.