Created by industry experts, The Effective Angel Investor brings insights and expertise from 22 leading Angel investors with combined market experience of over 50 years. Structured into 6 comprehensive modules covering the key knowledge areas and skills to support a rewarding investment journey, The Effective Angel Investor is the most comprehensive course available to help optimise your angel investments.
The course is designed to give you personal guidance and insights into the world of angel investing through experienced angels and professional experts, enabling you to accelerate your understanding of how to back small businesses whilst helping you to avoid the pitfalls and mistakes that can hamper you along the way.
About The Course
This course has been developed by the UK Business Angels Association (UKBAA), which is the national trade association for angel and early-stage investment. UKBAA’s members include angel networks, syndicates, individual investors, early-stage VCs, equity crowdfunding platforms, accelerators, professional advisers and intermediaries. UKBAA acts as the voice of the angel investment community and strives to build and connect the angel investment ecosystem so as to ensure a coherent landscape for financing high-potential entrepreneurs.
On successful completion of the course, you will receive a UKBAA industry certificate, recognising that you have the knowledge and understanding to be an Effective Angel Investor. The Effective Investor course offers the only industry certificate of achievement of its' kind, enabling you to take the steps to advance as an active player in the angel market. Find out what others think of The Effective Angel Investor Course.
"For me, The Effective Angel Investor Course had a very good structure and was an easy accessible course which took me through all the key steps of angel investing. I accomplished it in my own pace in this audio-backed slide show with all the basics. Then, for me the most interesting part was to hear all the experience knowledge and views this variety and large number of angel investors had. They also gave me lots of tips and what to pay attention in angel investing."
Magnus Ernegard Bridge To Angels
"I learned about angel investing in the US, so when I came back to the UK there were lots of aspects that were different to me. The Effective Angel Investor course was a thorough introduction not just to the UK regulatory and taxation differences, but also to some differences in mindset and approach. I feel better equipped now to participate fully in my new angel groups, and understand how some of the areas of due diligence will vary. It also was very convenient to be able to complete the course at my own pace at home. I'd recommend the course to anyone starting out as an angel, or to more experienced angels wanting a refresher."
Pippa Gawley Zero Carbon Capital
"As someone new to Angel Investing I found the course very helpful. It covered everything I needed to know and the experiences of other angels help reinforce the key learning points. I liked that I could study at my own pace and go back to something I wasn’t sure about. Each section of the course was well structured and it was clear what would be covered. I found the quiz at the end of each unit a useful way to check my understanding. Getting a certificate at the end was a nice touch and as I was able to share it via LinkedIn and Twitter it was also a valuable marketing tool for my services."
Sarah Trethowan Bridging the Gap
"The UKBAA course is a fantastic resource for people contemplating angel investing. As well as covering the essential practical and legal considerations, the opportunity to hear directly from active angel investors about their experiences illustrates the wide range of approaches you can take to angel investing. The short modules and video content are well designed to fit in around other commitments. After completing the course, I felt confident making my first investments."
Lucy Caines Angel Investor
"Overall impression was very good, lots of punchy interview content, different voices keeping it active and my interest, covered the topics from multiple angles and was great to be able to share experiences of real investors. (I can’t recall if there were investees or not but would hope so). The end result a really good view of how angel investing can work and what you expect and look for. In the practical world this isn’t as accessible with decision making often privately conveyed so great to share. I would thought it would encourage more angels, and share the risk."
Paul Jones British Business Bank