Our Work

We have worked with many, varied clients over the years and examples of our work include:
Consultancy work with Co-operative Colleges in East, Central and Southern Africa to help review their curriculum, learning and teaching strategies and introduce enterprise education into their curriculum (UK Co-operative College).
External evaluation of a DfID funded pioneering project on collaborative working between the development education sector and Black and minority and Diaspora communities (Centre for Global Education, Belfast).
Feasibility study and road map to establish a cooperative college in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa and another one in Ethiopia (UK Co-operative College).
Evaluation of the work of an equality partnership project (Cumbria Equality Resource Centre).
Facilitating a Chief Officers’ working group to consider options for collaborative working, shared services and change management and another project on leadership and succession planning (Nottinghamshire Infrastructure Consortium).
Action research project using Boal’s ‘Forum Theatre’ for the professional development and training of qualifying youth and community workers and managers (Open University’s Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning).
Facilitator at Summer Schools in Sweden, Slovakia and Holland for international global education practitioners and policy-makers (Development Education European Exchange Project, Brussels).
Training and curriculum development for ‘Progress’, an England-wide project to skill up the voluntary and community sector workforce working with young people – managers, trainers and face:face workers (Children’s Workforce Development Council/Voice4Change/NCVYS/YMCA George Williams College).
Consultant author of Study Guides and materials for units ‘Are You Being Served? – Inclusive Services’, ‘That Makes a Change – Leading and Changing Cultures’ for the module ‘Equality, Participation and Inclusion: Learning from Each Other & ‘Leading Teams, Volunteers and Partnership Working’ for professional qualifying Foundation Degree in Working with Young People’ (Open University).
Needs assessment and scoping study of BME elders and carers in Swindon (The Afiya Trust).