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On the 11th of January Collaborative Project Leads joined our second online Webinar, led by Joanne Miles. The webinar aimed to extend and reinforce the approaches to measuring project impact they had explored during their second training day, held in London on the 13th of December.

You can see the webinar presentation below. You’ll notice we have highlighted where the content covered is relevant to the questions to which project leads will be responding in their final project reports. These ‘tier one’ reports are due in on the 22 March. They will will make a significant contribution to the evidence base of deploying and evaluating the AP-type role in further education and training. 

Question 8 of the report asks the following: What, if anything, has developed differently to originally planned?

  • Have there been any unintended outcomes or surprises from the project?
  • What unexpected knowledge or conclusions, if any, have arisen through this project?’

See the range of responses from our project leads below. You will be able to hear and read more during the end-of-project conference and in wider reports we will be publishing. 

range of responses

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