From £500, a bespoke training session is designed specifically for you and the needs of your team. All BeMoreDigital workshops have a practical part and Bobi works closely with you to understand the needs of both the audience and the aims of your organisation on their digital journey. Start the process and book a 30 minute call with Bobi.
What is a bespoke training session?
A bespoke training session is a 1.5 hour session specifically for your needs. Whether you are a membership organisation looking to support your members with a problem that you have seen, or a medium/large charity looking to train your staff in a more digital way of working, we can help you with our bespoke training offer.
How is it charged?
A single bespoke training session of 1.5 hours costs £750 (including VAT). Longer sessions are costed individually. Each session is invoiced in advance of delivery and full payment must be made before the session runs.
How does it give back?
Your investment in a bespoke training session also gives back to the wider sector. By purchasing a bespoke session you are adding to the workshop offer available to other charities and their people. We believe in reusing and sharing when and where we can. Your investment goes further than the group you commit to train.
How do you book?
The first steps to booking a bespoke training session are to book a call with Bobi to discuss your needs. Following the call, you’ll receive a one page document outlining the subjects you would like to cover and the practical activity. After that, we can work together to make sure the session addresses your most important needs.
Who have we worked with?
Below is a growing list of organisations that we’ve developed sessions for. Click through to see examples or recordings of the session.
- WeAreReply – measuring the impact of your digital project
- CAST – the WHY of impact measurement
- The Curve – multiple sessions as part of the ongoing series.
What could a session look like?
I recently ran a bespoke training session for CAST and the Catalyst to help people that had taken part in their projects and accessed funding to explore why impact measurement was important. This was accompanied with a short article for their blog and followed up by a session from Dr Lucy Maynard to explore how to measure impact.
Watch the session below (YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hmZsIgeHAc)