To help organisations obtain more from their training budget.

Jane established TNA Consulting Services to help organisations obtain more from their training budget. 

She specialises in fixing training problems and in particular, helping organisations achieve their business objectives, by developing a training strategy that works for them and their people.

Jane has a post graduate certificate in professional development and education.  She has also completed several train the trainer courses, both in the UK and overseas.  

Jane has worked in the Big 4 Professional Services firms in London, Hong Kong, New Zealand and Australia, where her background as a (non practising) solicitor and chartered tax advisor, meant she was ideal for conducting training courses on topics as diverse as tax technology, risk compliance, and legislative changes.  She then moved to Kaplan (Australia) as a specialist trainer, before returning to the UK where she joined Thomson Reuters.  Whilst at Thomson Reuters, Jane planned, wrote and delivered tax software training to law and professional services firms, FTSE 100 companies and private equity firms.

Passionate about helping people live their best life, in her spare time Jane runs an online magazine Adventure She which aims to empower, educate and entertain people through sharing stories of adventure.  Jane is a bit  of an adventurer herself, having raced across New Zealand in the infamous Speights Coast to Coast, completed the Marathon des Sables (a seven day, approximately 250 kms, self supporting foot race in the Sahara desert) and qualifying for and finishing the 2017 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships at her first attempt. 

She is also a TEDx speaker, is a multi prize winning Toastmaster,  winning prizes for delivering speeches,  and in 2017,  made the UK finals of Toastmasters impromptu speaking competition. 

our people 

Jane Amelia Harries

Founder and Director

our clients 

Having originally specialised in law, our founder knows the importance of confidentiality.  That's why, other than when organisations such as the Law Society and LexisNexis have used us for public workshops on pitching, we don't name our clients. 


To work with organisations, helping them to utilise their training budget in the best manner possible, for the mutual gain of organisations, their employees and society at large.


​Well delivered, value for money and appropriate training is the highly valued  secret weapon of successful organisations in today's competitive and uncertain business environment.