Who fancies a change? Have you got an amazing educational skill?
For more than 10 years now I have been running a successful educational training company, and my goodness it is hard work! I have made some monumental screw ups and yet I have always managed to keep it all going – even surviving the banking crisis!
Regularly I am asked for advice by teachers, head teachers SENCOs on how to set up an educational training company/consultancy/specialist teaching service. So here we go…
There are some amazingly skilled people out there! and they need to get out there! so here we go, a brand new course:
Business development for setting up your own education/training/consultancy facility.
This course will cover:
- Where to start, what you need and in what order
- What help you can get to help and who is out there
- What is best to set up? Ltd company, partnership, sole trader etc
- Choosing the right accountant
- Sub contracting to an agent
- Effective, cost conscious marketing strategies
- Developing a strong web presence including Google analytics
- How to use a range of social media platforms and know the difference between them
- Business development and taking it forward
- tax and compliance
- Budgeting/getting paid
- Whether you want to be a peripatetic music teacher, full time consultant, additional literacy tutor,school speaker or many other possibilities, this course is for you.
Find your magic bullet!
Parking, lunch and refreshments are provided
DATE AND TIME
Sat, September 16, 2017
9:30 AM – 3:45 PM BST
King’s Lynn Norfolk
Andrew Whitehouse MSpEd CPSE (PGCert) BAHons QTS
Organizer of Business development for setting up your own education/training/consultancy facility
Andrew Whitehouse is a specialist in Neurological Disorders and provides therapy for: Attachment Disorders, ADHD, Autism, Asperger Syndrome, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dyspraxia, Pathological Demand Avoidance Syndrome and related conditions. Andrew has a number of roles including training education professionals in schools and colleges, observing young people in the learning environment and providing intervention strategies, working directly with young people to help them achieve their potential.
As well as running networking day courses across the UK for SEN, Andrew provides short courses for Bishop Grosseteste University as well as holding a number of other UK contracts and outreach services including Norfolk, Harlow, Flintshire and Wakefield. Andrew also provides family therapies and works closely with a number of parent and professional organisations to help create and nurture “working together” dialogues.
Further afield he has provided hands on training events in Cork and Dublin and advised on a Special Schools project in The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Andrew is currently working on two projects for the United Arab Emirates and is preparing to travel to Belgium to work with British Schools overseas to provide Autism and ADHD interventions and Qatar to provide Special Needs training for professionals.
Andrew will be delivering a speech at the Aqdar World Summit Abu Dabi.