THE FSI Training
Our heavily subsidised extensive charity training programme is at the core of our support for small charities and covers topics including fundraising, impact measurement, governance and project management.
Full and Half Day Training
Our extensive training courses ensure small charities, wherever they are, can access the skills they need to become self-sustaining. Training sessions cover a wide range fundraising techniques and skills such as impact measurement, governance, project management skills, delivered by our team of experienced and knowledgeable trainers.
90 & 30 Minute Webinars
Our shorter interactive webinars offer an overview of our key training topics. These sessions act as a great bite size insight or refresher to the FSI full day courses with an interactive format to facilitate shared learning.
Our 30-minute webinars focus on new topics and are delivered by the FSI and our valued partners.
International Development Programme
This project, funded by UK Aid from the UK government and match funding from the FSI, has been designed to improve the resilience and capacity of small international-focused Civil Society Organisations in the UK, to deliver their strategic objectives. Click on the link below for more information about the programme.
1. How to book
Just follow the booking link on our upcoming events section to book your place.
You need to be a member of the FSI to book onto an FSI service. Check our membership page for more information on how to become a member for free.
Our services are heavily subsidised at £25 for a full-day training course and £7.50 for a 90 minute webinar.
We have a deposit scheme in place - 50% of your deposit amount will be returned, once you have attended the session and answered your event survey. Our full and half-day courses have an average market value of £175 to £300 - this deposit scheme helps ensure the limited subsidised spaces are used.
Our 30 minute webinars are delivered by the FSI and our valued partners and are free to all members.
3. Get in touch
If you have any trouble with your booking, please call us on (+44) 20 8142 5147 (lines open 9am-12:30pm) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
All FSI training will take place online until further notice. We currently offer a range of training options including full day and half day courses, and 90 and 30-minute webinars - all provided at heavily subsidised rates for our members (FSI membership is free). Topics include: Fundraising, Governance, Risk, Marketing, Impact Measurement and more. Please use the below filter to choose upcoming courses, or scroll down to view all available sessions.
Find upcoming courses
90 Minute Webinar
Developing your Theory of Change
15 March 2023 at 14:00:00
A Theory of Change is a powerful tool to help you understand and demonstrate exactly how your impact goals are achieved – both for your organisation as a whole, and for particular projects.
In this interactive webinar, we’ll cover:
Describing the key principles and steps of impact practice
Deciding which impact planning model or approach is most suited to their organisation
An introduction to a step-by-step method of mapping backwards from final goal to activities carried out
Impact Measurement & Reporting
Qlic: Cyber Breach
19 April 2023 at 10:00:00
Thousands of organisations experience a cyber breach day-to-day, don't let your organisation be next! Reviewing your existing cyber security environment and building upon it has never been so vital in a world of constant evolving cyber threats.
29 March 2023 at 08:45:00
Efficient project management need not be an overwhelming process. This course provides an introduction to practical tools your charity can use to plan projects, set them up and keep them on track. This course is ideal for anyone responsible for planning, implementing or managing projects in their charity. It will also be suitable for senior managers who want to implement robust project management approaches in their teams.
Strategy & Planning
90 Minute Webinar
Intro to Excel for Measuring and Demonstrating Your Impact
30 March 2023 at 13:00:00