Training and consultancy

Our training and consultancy packages provide intensive face-to-face training, resources and guidance to suit each school or organisation's priorities and context.

Our services can be delivered both in person and remotely.


From idea to income...

We build the capacity of schools, youth groups, civil society and community-based organisations for greater economic empowerment.

We have worked with Via Don Bosco, The British Council, Save the Children Thailand, Opportunity International and the UK Department for International Development at the local level in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

Whether you are looking to develop a sustainable income stream, move from a donor-funded model to a social enterprise approach, evaluate the impact of your programmes or introduce entrepreneurship and skills training into your work, Teach A Man To Fish is on hand to help.


Interactive Business Planning workshops

Generating Income for Non-Profits: a Social Enterprise Course

Our Social Enterprise Course for Non-Profits enables participants to understand their organisation's sustainability model. This online training equips non-profit professionals with all the skills they need to create and launch their very own profitable social enterprise and start generating a new income stream quickly to fund their social mission.

The course is structured as follows:

Step 1: Generating and Testing Ideas

Step 2: Business Planning and Getting Ready to Launch

Step 3: Getting A Social Enterprise Off the Ground



Tailored Training and Consultancy in Thailand

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.

Over a 2-year period, we worked with Save The Children to support under -resourced Migrant Learning Centres on the Thai-Burmese border to develop income generation activities to supplement donor-funding.

After twelve months of running an organic egg business with our assistance, one Learning Center had gained additional support from the community and started covering some of their running costs.

"This year we lost 20% of the funding for the rental cost of our learning center. We had to save money, but it is difficult for us because half of parents cannot pay school fees. With the school business we now know how to keep chickens and how to produce our own organic feed. We've made a profit of over 2,000 Thai Baht ($65) and now want to build a duck farm or a shop!"

- Mi Seil Khamar Chan, Headteacher

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