Learning wherever, whenever: access our e-learning courses today

The FSI is always looking for ways to support our members and ensure that all small charities can access the learning they need. We know it can be challenging to take time out of the office to attend face-to-face training. So, building on the successful launch of our webinar learning series in 2017, we are delighted to introduce a new way to learn through our interactive e-learning courses.

Online courses of this quality have a market value of between £195 and £215. As ever, in our mission to make learning as accessible as possible for small charities, the e-learning modules will be heavily subsidised for our Small Charity (annual turnover under £1 million) and Associate (annual turnover £1 to 5 million) Members.

Courses currently live:

Developing Your Fundraising Strategy
Legacy Fundraising

How can I access an e-learning course?

For existing Members and Associate Members

Simply log in using the Member Login Button and purchase access through the FSI Learning Portal, much as you would for a normal training event.

Small charity under £1m turnover but not yet a member?

Access the course by joining as an FSI member for free. Click to go through to the FSI Learning Portal registration page.

Charity with a turnover between £1m – 5m?

You are eligible to become an Associate Member of the FSI, giving you access to e-learning, webinars, face to face training, conferences, discounts on consultancy and qualifications and more, for a fixed annual fee. Click here to see the benefits of Associate Membership.

If you are interested in becoming an Associate Member, contact the development team at development@thefsi.org or 020 7324 4777. If you don’t want to become an FSI Associate Member but would still like to purchase an e-learning product, see below.

Charity with a turnover over £5m or a Charity with a turnover over £1m and don’t want to become an Associate Member?

You can purchase one-off access for 30 days to an e-learning course for £150.00 by contacting the development team at development@thefsi.org or 020 7324 4777.