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January 2015, Important Notice – We have moved

Posted by Edwin Categories: Latest News & Reports Published December 30, 2014

After just over 9 highly enjoyable years operating out of the Business Village at Staffordshire University, we have now moved our postal address to: Newport House Newport Road Stafford ST16 1DA We ask that all postal correspondence, including tenders are directed to this address. On-line correspondence should continue to be directed to

Wider Impact has been commissioned to carry out an independent evaluation of the Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce Ceramic Skills Academy programme (see link Pictured with Director Linda McQuade (right) and Craig Walker (left), Wider Impact Director Edwin Lewis (centre) says, ‘It is a privilage to be selected to evaluate such a prestigious and excitingContinue Reading

Meeting the clients

Posted by Edwin Categories: Edwin's Blog Published September 19, 2014

What a good day at the BCPC ‘Share IT’ Employers consultation event, when we took opportunity to commence our independent Impact Evaluation of the Skills for Care funded Information & Assistive Technology Sharing Programme. As will be noted by this photograph, delegates were invited to complete a Skills Scan / questionnaire, which is being usedContinue Reading

Meeting the BCPC Project Team

Posted by Edwin Categories: Edwin's Blog Published September 15, 2014

Further to our recent news report (see, we were delighted to meet members of the BCPC Project Team last week in Wolverhampton, who will be responsible for delivering the Skills for Care funded Assistive & Information Technologies Project. We are looking forward to carrying out an independent impact evaluation of the Project, and look forwardContinue Reading

Listening to the views of Service Users

Posted by Edwin Categories: Edwin's Blog Published September 14, 2014

It has proved extremely useful to meet with and listen to the views and opinions of a number of Service Users as part of our independent evaluation of the Big Lottery funded Oldbury based SinglePoint Project (see link ). Such a ‘coal face‘ approach involving interactive workshops is central to our approach, and oneContinue Reading

Wider Impact Consultancy, Edwin Lewis