ecch offers case training and workshops tailored to the needs of corporate, public and non-profit organisations. Where cases are already being used in an organisation, ecch can help trainers maximise the effectiveness of their case teaching. For those that have yet to begin using cases in corporate training programmes, ecch offers workshops covering every stage from choosing - or even writing - the best case, to teaching employees with cases to maximum effect.
Every organisation is different
ecch works very closely with every organisation to develop their programme and decide on the most suitable content, duration and location. ecch’s non-profit status ensures that customised programmes are costed as economically as possible. If a customised programme is not the right option for your organisation we also run a programme of open events that you can attend.
ecch tutors include some of the world's most experienced teachers of the case method, several of whom have written books on the subject. All are experienced case authors. Tutors aim to deliver courses with a practical focus, while helping your participants develop insight into their own case writing and teaching and master new techniques. ecch will work closely with you to identify your objectives and select the appropriate tutor for your programme. View tutor biographies
Cost of a customised programme
The cost of each event is worked out on an individual basis and varies depending on location, travel costs and duration of event.
The basic training fee per person depends on the length of the workshop you require and includes tutor fees, workshop design, management administrative fee and workshop materials for each participant.
1 day programme (per person) €295 / £225
2 day programme (per person) €490 / £375
3 day programme (per person) €695 / £535
In addition to the per person training fee, out-of-pocket expenses incurred by ecch, including accommodation, travel and subsistence for tutor and co-ordinator, must also be covered. These costs are calculated on an individual basis depending on the location of your school and the duration of the workshop.
We recommend a minimum of eight participants and a maximum of twenty but fifteen participants is ideal. If your participant numbers vary from this we can discuss different options with you.