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touchconsulting Ltd

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About us

touchconsulting Ltd is a small organisation that co-designs and delivers big quality improvement programmes for the education and training profession.

We support organisations and practitioners – at all levels –  to lead quality improvements with a focus on:

  • Advanced practitioners
  • First line & middle managers
  • Governing professionals

We work exclusively within the diverse post-16 education sector. We work with individuals, teams and organisations to support all practitioners to deliver an excellent educational experience for learners.

Our flagship programmes are deliberately designed to develop the mindset, skillset and behaviours  of educational professionals to enact creative and courageous cultural change.

Culture matters. People matter.  We work creatively to help practitioners (at whatever level)  to develop the conditions which help all staff and learners to thrive, change and develop.


Contact us

To find out more about us and about how we can support your organisation, please visit our website  

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