Setting Up a Social Enterprise
One Day Training Course
The Old Schoolhouse
St.John’s Road, Huyton, Liverpool. L36 0UX
Cost: £60.00 – Lunch and refreshments included
This course is aimed at people who are interested in learning more about social enterprises and want to know what the advantages are of being a social enterprise business and how to go about the initial steps of considering and setting up a social enterprise.
Course content includes:
What is a Social Enterprise?
The difference between social enterprises and other businesses
Different types of social enterprise
Considerations when setting up a social enterprise
Management structures in social enterprise
The triple bottom line
Advantages and Disadvantages of being a social enterprise
First steps in setting up a social enterprise
For further information on this course, or would like to book a place or go on the waiting for the next course: contact us
KPAC now offers a package of support and training to social enterprises that work with and support people with disabilities.
The service includes:
Human resource management
Stakeholder analysis and review
Marketing for Social Enterprise
Vision and Missions
Ethics for Social Enterprise
A package of support can be put together that includes all, or any of the above to suits your business needs. If you would like any further information on this service including costs, please email
Helen Barker – email@example.com
Useful online resources
KPAC holds the Matrix quality standard for delivering information, advice and guidance.
KPAC also holds the Social Enterprise Mark. All tutors are fully qualified and are CRB checked.
We have a system of peer group quality assurance and regular admin checks of file standards and customer service. All clients are given the opportunity to complete an evaluation process and can choose to remain anonymous if desired.
Self Assessment Reviews are regularly produced as are monthly reports. This is in turn supported by team meetings and management meetings. KPAC services also hold regular ‘away days’ with the team to ensure the quality of service delivery is kept on the agenda.