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In-house training programmes are often the ideal solution when you have a team that have specific training requirements.

Such programmes deliver the expertise you require, the convenience of dates and locations to suit you, and are often cost effective. Whether you simply need a short 1-2 day programme or an on-going annual programme with a series of classroom based sessions and follow-on live online sessions, we will work with you to deliver your training needs.

For an initial exploratory conversation please contact Kapriel Kasbarian on +44 207 193 54 23 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fill in our contact form here.

There are several reasons to consider running an in-house programme:

• Faculty Expertise  - We’ll match up the right trainer(s) from our faculty with your requirements and arrange conference calls so you can discuss their expertise and the programme. Some clients approach us with a particular trainer in mind, having read through our faculty pages.

• Bespoke Programme Content – The content of an in-house programme can be the same as one of our existing open course programmes, a modified version or a completely new programme focussed on specific  regions or sectors. These range from introductory overview courses to more advanced programmes. We’ll want to understand the backgrounds of the attendees so that the course is pitched at the right level.

There are 3 different formats for the content of a programme:

1. Existing Open Courses –  The programme content is the same as an existing open course
2. Customised & Bespoke – The programme content is a modified customised version of an existing course or the programme is completely bespoke with all new content required to be developed
3. Sponsored & Co-Hosted Programmes – Sponsoring an in-house programme is a way for you to invite and/or share the costs of a programme with your partners, clients or members.

• Convenience of Timing – The dates of our open course programmes are not always convenient to your schedule. With an in-house course you can select dates that are compatible with the busy schedules of your team.

• Durations to match your requirements – Our in-house courses are only as long or as short as they need to be for our clients. Once we have a firm idea of the requirements, we can provide our thoughts and guidance on the right duration of a course.

• City and Venue of your choice – Some clients want the programme delivered at their offices, whilst others want it at a nearby venue. We have clients that want to manage the venue aspects of a course themselves or we can also do that for you, the choice is yours.

• Cost Effective – Depending in your requirements, when all the associated costs are factored in (such as travel and time away from the office), an in-house course can often be more cost effective than sending many individuals to attend an open course. Once we’ve understood your needs, we also provide a pricing comparison of the in-house programme vs. attending an open course. 

• Professionally project managed – From our initial conversation to the post course feedback discussion, we’ll manage every step of the programme via a dedicated single point of contact professional.

Our Process

1. We’ll get a thorough understanding of your requirements during our initial conversation and provide you with indicative ballpark pricing options.
2. Discuss the requirements with our faculty of trainers and determine the most appropriate blend of expertise for you.
3. Follow-up with a proposal and a range of options.
4. Arrange conference calls with our trainers to discuss their expertise and fine tune the details of the training programme.
5. Finalise the programme outlines, dates and location for delivery.
6. In all of the above process we will act promptly and have been told that we are easy to work with.

For an initial exploratory conversation please contact:

Kapriel Kasbarian
Kapriel Kasbarian, Director 
+44 207 193 5423 
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Or fill in our contact form here.

Terms & Conditions

Cancellation Policy - Attendee cancellations received more than fifty (50) days in advance of the course will receive a full refund of the fees paid for a course. Cancellations received from forty-nine (49) to thirty six (36) days in advance of the course will be subject to a fee of 50% of fees paid. All cancellations must be made in writing (by letter, or email - proof of receipt will be required) to the relevant contact at Ascentium Associates or via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .Unfortunately no refunds will be made for cancellations made within thirty five (35) days of a course. Cancellations received less than thirty five (35) days in advance of a course will receive a 100% credit to be used at another course for up to 12 months from the cancellation date.

Substitution Policy - A registered attendee may transfer this place on a course to another colleague from the same organisation provided we are notified in advance of the commencement of the course.

Postponement Policy - Ascentium Associates reserves the right to postpone a course at any time in advance of a course if it becomes necessary to do so. Examples include but are not limited to: if the course trainer were to become unavailable and no alternative replacement found in time, or if we receive an insufficient number of registered attendees that would be required to effectively run a course.

If a course is postponed, delegate payments already received are entitled to a full refund of fees paid or they can elect to have the funds credited towards the fees of a future course and receive a 10% discount.

Ascentium Associates will confirm the status (running or postponed) of a course up to 2-3 weeks (or earlier) before a course’s scheduled dates and will contact attendees by email. It is advised that attendees do not undertake any accommodation or travel  arrangements until it is confirmed that a course will run. Ascentium Associates are not liable for any costs incurred by delegates if it becomes necessary to postpone a course.

Force Majeure - Force Majeure refers to circumstances beyond our control that make it impossible to run a course.  This includes but is but not limited to circumstances such as: bad weather conditions, acts of God, disasters, acts of terrorism, acts of war, strike action, regulations or orders of governmental authorities, civil unrest. In the case of force majeure, we reserve the right to keep attendee fees as a contribution to all incurred course related costs, such as venue and administrative costs.

Travel and accommodation - The course fee does not include any travel or accommodation costs incurred by attendees. Whilst Ascentium Associates may suggest accommodation nearby the training venue, we are not accountable for making any bookings for accommodation or transportation arrangements on behalf of attendees. Attendees are responsible for their own transfers to and from the training venue and we will not accept any liability for any transport disruption an attendee may encounter. Our cancellation policy applies if an attendee is unable to attend all or part of a course.

Course Leader and External Experts - Whilst course trainers and any external speakers and subject matter topics are confirmed in advance of the course, there may be circumstances beyond our control for which we reserve the right to change any aforementioned trainers, speakers or topics.

Programme contents – The course contents delivered verbally or provided in any format are purely for education and information purposes only and do not constitute advice or any course of action. Whilst all reasonable care has been taken for contents to be accurate and up to date, Ascentium Associates accepts no liability for any incompleteness or inaccuracy. Ascentium Associates accepts no liability whatsoever for any direct or consequential loss arising from the use of the contents of a course.

Programme Fee -  Fees allow attendees to go to all the training sessions and food and beverage refreshment breaks at the course. The fee also includes tuition and the training materials, which will be given at the course. Where applicable, the fees  are subject to local taxes such as VAT and these are charged upon registration.

  1. Payment - Full cleared payment of the fees must be received in advance of attending a course. Failure to do so may result in an attendee not being allowed to participate in the course. Payments can be made by most credit cards or wireRegistrations received fifteen (15) days or less before a course commences, then the payment must be via credit card.

Membership fees - Full cleared payment of the membership fees must be received in order to benefit from member rates. The annual membership fee applies for a full calendar year and is only refundable if the very first programme related to the member is postponed and a refund is requested. Even if only one programme is booked per annum, the membership fee is not refundable even if no more courses are booked during the remainder of year. 

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