- training delivered by experts;
- training developed in consultation with the people we offer training to;
- training based on real life scenarios and our own experience;
- training that gives knowledge and skills to apply in your day to day work;
- the chance to learn with peers and colleagues, sharing experiences;
- ongoing support through our online learning platform;
- access to templates and materials you can adapt and use;
- clear objectives and goals;
- CPD points for each of our training courses;
- flexible timings and locations to learn when, where and how it suits you.
We're so confident about the quality and value of our training that if you can find all of these benefits somewhere else, you can have your money back.
The story behind WuDo Solutions is simple.
Wuestefeld and Doyle Limited, our parent company, had spent years supporting public sector and charity organisations develop and improve their governance systems. Everywhere they worked a similar theme emerged: there was a lack of good knowledge or grounding in key governance activities that was preventing organisations performing at their best.
That meant, in order to deliver improvements, we had to develop and deliver training to front line, managerial and board level staff.
We realised there was an opportunity to further embed good governance by offering this training more widely.
In late 2016 Wuestefeld and Doyle undertook research into the training needs and wants of people in the sectors we serve and used that to develop WuDo solutions, the training arm of Wuestefeld and Doyle.
We strive to improve governance. Recognising and managing risk; safely and securely managing personal data; empowering staff to raise concerns and teaching managers to listen. These and many more areas covered by our training are critical foundations to successful services and service delivery.
We’re here to deliver high quality training to people in the public and charity sectors, enabling them to embed good governance to their work and their organisation’s culture, so they can better support the people they serve.