HOW IT WORKS
6 simple steps

Step 1: Consultation & Planning

We discuss your needs and objectives as an organisation, getting to know more about the teams when considering the best way to design the programme. 

For example, would you like to bring existing teams closer together or improve cross team collaboration? Perhaps compressing the hierarchy or bringing front and back offices together?

You may prefer to leave us to put the groups together.

Step 2: Employee Insights

Using our website and course ideas as inspiration, your employees build their own Curious Vitae.

We prepare an Employee Insights Report to map the demand across your organisation. This gives us a blueprint from which to design the programme as well as a fascinating insight into personal development interests and objectives. 

Step 3: Programme Development

We prepare an initial profile for each course and invite a short list of potential tutors and commercial partners from our network to submit a course proposal.

We select the most appropriate tutor and they design a bespoke course.

The programme and course outlines are agreed and all commercial terms are finalised.

Step 4: Roll out

Each student receives an email from their tutor including all of the necessary information for their tutorial programme, detailing any pre-course work as well as timing and logistics.

Courses begin!

Step 5: Feedback, Rating & Review.

Our priority is to deliver high quality courses for our clients, using the most engaging and passionate experts.

The courses evolve over time and we seek constant feedback from both students and tutors to help us maintain these high standards.  

For a large organisation, our recommendation is to start with a trial programme of approximately 30-50 people (split across 6 groups of 5-8 people) to test the concept and obtain detailed feedback before rolling out to the wider organisation.  

Curious Vitae courses are bespoke and therefore overall costs vary according to the number of students and type, level and duration of courses required. 

For example, an “Introduction to Philosophy” course may be delivered relatively inexpensively by a PhD student whereas a more in-depth study for experienced philosophers or senior management may require a different tutor profile with different fees. 

We, therefore, provide detailed quotations once we have established the demand and curated the course. However, as a guide, we expect an average of £30-£50 per employee, per week of the course.   

Companies, employees or shared between the two.  Costs can be included as part of a wider matched learning or corporate employee benefits programme.

We recommend that tutorials take place on work premises and during office hours to maximise convenience and minimise costs, however, it is also possible to arrange tutorials before or after work, or even at lunchtime.

We arrange everything for you, allowing you and your employees to enjoy your adult learning experience. We also monitor course quality throughout with regular reviews for each tutor and course.


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