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    Knowledge Transfer Partnership

    Knowledge Transfer Partnership

    A range of projects were developed as part of the Capacity Building Cluster for Knowledge Transfer and partners were sourced for ideas on research they wanted to do and were interested in developing.

    Projects developed so far:


    Measuring outcomes in social care for sensory impaired people
    -  London South Bank University in partnership with RNID (Action on Hearing Loss) /RNIB - Lindsay Hodgson as associate

    Impact of social firms for blind and partially sighted people – London South Bank University in partnership with RNIB – Phil Sital Singh as associate

    Financing social enterprise – London South Bank University in partnership with Bright Red Dot Foundation Ltd (CAN) Eric Cooperman as associate

    Growing and scaling early years social enterprise - Middlesex University in partnership with London Early Years Foundation – Heather Fernandez as associate

    Supporting Social Enterprises and the Low Carbon Economy – Middlesex University in partnership with Social Enterprise East Midlands – Gordon Keay as Associate

    Additional KTP (within CBC but using other funding)


    Toolkit for choosing an impact measurement
      - Middlesex University in partnership with The Guild

    Empowering Social Firms – Middlesex University in partnership with Social Firms UK –Carly Malling as Associate.

    Growing  and developing innovative care pathways - Middlesex University in partnership with Holy Cross Centre Trust – Clement Bayetti as associate

    Developing the research and consultancy capacity - London South Bank University in partnership with Age UK

    Growing the Construction Youth Trust - London South Bank University in partnership with Construction Youth Trust

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