32 London Bridge Street
020 7593 5550
Dods Training has a 20 year plus track record of designing and developing courses and workshops for clients across public and private sectors. While we are able to create a programme according to the area of training you want to address, we have a background of specialising in particular fields – including those listed below. We also run series of popular open courses by specific date which can be attended by anyone, and we have an international division running courses worldwide and hosting visiting delegations to the UK.
Our team will always work closely with you to design, develop and deliver tailor made workshops and courses to prepare your workforce for their current and future challenges.
The policy making process and how to measure and deliver successful policies by incorporating leadership and communication skills.
Courses on communication including persuading and influencing, negotiating and presenting, all aspects of writing and copywriting from reports to business plans, as well as customer service.
How to prepare to give evidence in front of a UK Government select committee including an overview of how a select committee works and how they formulate their questions.
Leadership & Management
As one of the accredited delivery centres for the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) we offer ILM qualifications to postgraduates. The teaching methods used can also be incorporated into courses to suit specific client requirements.
Innovative media handling and communications workshops using simulations and giving individual feedback.
Head of UK Training
+44 (0)20 7593 5714
+44 (0)7880 195 011
To influence policy, you need to understand the complexities of the changing UK constitutional set-up.
This event enables participants to improve outcomes for their organisation as a result of more effective engagement with stakeholders and partners.
This event gives participants a thorough grounding in how Westminster operates, looking at the law-making process and how policy initiatives are scrutinised and challenged.
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