Pricing

Programs

Our main products are the on-site corporate training programs set out here. Prices are below (not including consumption tax). We keep them simple, transparent, and low. We believe this distinguishes our pricing from that of most other providers of corporate training in Japan.


* Participants must own legal copies of PMBOK® Guide, 6th ed.

Services

Our services are designed with and for clients, in any sector, on any scale.

Cogent Language strongly supports the expansion of project-based learning (PBL) in all of our communities. To this end, we are generally happy to provide one or more hours of free consultation (in English) for Japanese public schools, NGO's, NPO's, and community organizations, regarding the fit of PBL to their unique challenges. For organizations and people wishing to do PBL anywhere in the world, Cogent Language offers news, inspiration, and curriculum design ideas on our Pinterest® site.

Pricing for our service offerings is always negotiable. That said, prices tend to be highly dependent on the economic sector of the client, and to vary, of course, with the nature of the work and length of engagement. Pure consulting, for example, will tend to be priced lower than engagements that include the design of work products, and/or scheduled, customized services, such as pilot programs. Long-term engagements will be priced lower.

Below, pro forma fees for one (1) hour of service are set out, assuming pure consulting in a short engagement. (We are happy to discuss firm fixed price contracting as well, when the scope of work is well-defined.)


Fees

    • Public Schools/NGO/NPO/Community Organizations

¥0 - ¥5,000


    • Privately Owned Schools/Government Agencies/Small and Medium Sized Companies (中小企業事業)

¥10,000


    • Large, Private Sector Organizations

¥20,000


Testimonial

“Dan greatly propelled a key project when he provided consulting to my team on building a collaborative High Performance Organization .... In particular he introduced new (to us) thinking on Communities of Practice and Organizational Learning in combination with performance management that recognizes what he framed for us as Account-building Communicative Tasks (ACTs).”

Torsten Kanisch,

Innovation, Quality, Productivity Champion, Novartis Pharma K.K. August, 2008