FAQs – Consultancy and Training

We will work with any organisation, early years setting or charity that wants help or advice regarding early years and children. Our child-centred approach means that we can help any organisation that works with or that has customers who are children or families. Read our case studies to see some of the organisations we have recently worked with.

Yes, we regularly travel all over the world delivering services. We have recently worked with organisations across Europe and in China and Japan.

Yes, we tailor our consultancy and training services to meet your individual needs delivering a bespoke package. We recognise that each organisation and its aims are unique and that the ways of working will reflect the organisation’s beliefs, values and culture. We pride ourselves on being able to identify your organisations needs and delivering an excellent service which reflects Norland’s reputation for excellence.

Our typical rates for UK-based projects are £750 per day for consultancy and £1,000 per day for training, excluding VAT. These rates will vary for projects overseas. Please contact us to discuss your specific needs and we will cost a specific package for you.

Yes, we are very experienced in working with other languages.

You can contact us below by completing the form, by email or feel free to give us a call. We will discuss your needs in detail and design a bespoke package based on your requirements and budget.

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For more information on how we can support your organisation, please complete the form and a member of our team will be in contact with you.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us using the details below.


Contact us to discuss how we can best support you

+44 (0)1225 904493 consultancy@norland.ac.uk


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Our previous work

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Etihad Airways

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