Training and consultancy

All of our training and consultancy support is individually tailored. We work with you to design a plan to support you that best suits your resources, the needs of your school or organisation, and the people and communities you work with. Our services can be delivered both in person or remotely, or a combination of both. We can help you to:

  1. Support to plan your school business (or train you to support others)
  2. Support to develop and manage your business (or support others to do this)
  3. Support to optimise your business as an education tool

Want to find out more about packages and training we offer?

Click here for our technical assistance information pack.

Tailored Training and Consultancy

Teach A Man To Fish provides unique, specialist training and consultancy services in all aspects of planning, setting-up and managing a real and profitable school business.

Teach A Man To Fish has developed a deep understanding of business implementation in school environments through 10 years of supporting schools and working with organisations such as Via Don Bosco, The British Council, Opportunity International and the UK Department of International Development at local level in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

The St. Jean Bosco Centre, Sikasso is an independent technical and vocational training school for over 450 students in southern Mali.

In February 2015, Teach A Man To Fish began working with the school to achieve its goal of developing their current workshops in electricity, metalwork and mechanics into profitable and educational businesses.

Teach A Man To Fish provided intensive training and advice to a mixed group of 20 teachers and students on how to plan and start a business. This training included how to write a simple budget and advice on how to deal with risks that might affect their particular businesses.

Participants gained practical, hands-on experience by visiting and interviewing potential clients and local business experts, as well as conducting market research.

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