Structured Learning

Giving your bid team the skills to succeed

The DNA of winning tenders is a complex web to weave. You need to populate your bid teams with the skills to efficiently submit compelling winning submissions, raising win rates with less heartache and stress.

Developing your people is also a great way to show them how much you value their contributions to your business.

We provide bespoke capture and bid training solutions for employers, delivered in-house and online.

Live Training

We deliver single sessions or full training programmes in workplaces.

Ahead of the sessions we take direction and feedback and analyse tenders your team receive in advance and tailor the session to meet their specific needs to maximise the results.

We also deliver bespoke modules for employers as part of their apprenticeship, graduate and leadership development programmes.


Our webinars follow the same curriculum options as the live in person training, with the added flexibility of learners joining from across geography.

We maintain high quality interaction by leveraging polls, quizzes and collaborative virtual workspaces.

All webinars have a replay service so learners can revisit the content as they wish.


We understand that for busy bid teams it can be difficult to fit in lengthy training sessions.

Our online course is split up in to easy to manage modules that take between 20 and 45 minutes to complete.

APMP Certified

Our online training courses are all APMP certified. Enabling your team to gain their APMP Foundation Certification once the course is complete.

Bringing together the potent mix of training and coaching

To supercharge the adoption of best practice bidding skills, we work with clients to deliver bespoke coaching programmes for their people.

The programmes can be made up of a mixed economy of webinar based training sessions, self led exercises, “office hours” online drop in sessions and one to one coaching time.

Each programme is unique to each businesses challenges and the development needs of their people.

The content is made available via a Microsoft Teams site allowing staff to revisit videos of sessions and to interact with each other and programme leaders.