The event will take place on Wednesday 20th September

Do you have an idea for a project to make your business more sustainable/innovate or grow but do not have all the in-house expertise needed to develop it? Would you like to understand how to improve upon leadership in your sector or improve your systems, processes and management capabilities?

We're hosting a free online event on Wednesday 20th September from 3.30pm to 5pm where you can discover how to develop the solution you need through a collaboration funded by Innovate UK.

Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) is a UK-wide programme managed by Innovate UK. It’s been running for 45 years and has supported more than 14,000 businesses to drive innovation for a positive impact. A typical KTP project delivers a support package valued at around £80,000 to £100,000 per year.

This event aims to bring together organisations working in various areas of the education sector (Primary, Secondary, TESOL, SENDI, Educational Leadership, Autism/ADHD/Wellbeing) to learn about the KTP funding scheme and the best way to collaborate to drive innovation and growth.

To facilitate engagement, there will be representatives from our Education Team available throughout the session to provide the opportunity for more targeted conversations to discuss ideas and challenges, and potential ways to collaborate through a KTP.

Funding available for projects:-

Charities 75%

SMEs 67%

Public Sector 50%

Large Organisations 50%


• 3.30pm-4.00pm Knowledge Transfer Partnerships intro session (Linette Wallace, Business Development Officer)

• 4.00pm – 4.30pm Education at BGU (Dr Sacha Mason, Head of Programmes – Education, Health and Lifelong Learning)

• 4.30pm-5.00pm Questions and Answers to the panel

Book your free ticket here.

17th August 2023

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