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Starting A Professional Organising Business - London, 21 January 2017
Sat 21 January 2017, 09:00 – 17:00 GMT
Are you considering a career as a professional organiser (PO)?
Have you recently started working as a PO?
Or are you an experienced PO looking to refresh your skills and grow your business?
APDO Association of Professional Declutterers & Organisers presents an introductory training day on 21 January 2017 at Resource for London. Open to members and non-members (over the age of 18).
Join us for a full day of training, led by 2 experienced POs: Juliet Landau-Pope (JLPCoach & APDO head of training) and Sarah Bickers (Free Your Space). All sessions will be lively, informative and interactive with plenty of opportunities to ask questions and share tips. Topics include:
* What it takes to become a successful PO
* Practical strategies to find clients
* How to work with clients and deal with specific challenges
* How to develop your business ... And much more! *
Limited to only 14 participants and likely to sell out so please book early.
Cost: APDO members: £299 or just £249 if booked before 21 Dec 2016. Non-members: £349.
Includes lunch, refreshments & workbook for you to record your notes. Please advise us of dietary requirements and/or access needs at least a week before the event.
*APDO reserves the right to change training content or leaders, if necessary.
Sorry, no refunds. APDO may be able to transfer your booking to another event if we can resell your place but this cannot guaranteed. An admin fee of £30 will be charged for transfers. Requests to transfer bookings can only be considered up to 2 weeks before the event for which you book.
Read what participants said about the training when it was launched in November 2015:
"I attended the 1st ever APDO training in London. Thanks to both Ingrid Jansen and Juliet Landau-Pope I have learnt so much. They both have different personalities and different ways to work as PO so this is probably why the training was so rich for me. This training is great for newbies as for whose (like me) who are quite new in the industry. Thanks!" (Isabelle Lamy, IDea4YourSpace)