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An excellent workshop linked to the quality of care for diabetes suffers

Posted by Edwin Categories: Edwin's Blog Published March 10, 2015

A rewarding day today at a SWiCDA workshop as part of our independent impact evaluation of the Skills for Care funded SWiCDA Project aimed at ‘Improving the Quality of Care for Diabetes Sufferers’ – see link http://www.widerimpact.com/september-2014-wider-impact-evaluate-skills-care-funded-project Those involved in the delivery (seated) are amazing, and I am looking forward to meeting them in their workplacesContinue Reading

Really pleased to support such a worthy project!

Posted by Edwin Categories: Edwin's Blog Published March 2, 2015

We are really pleased to have the opportunity to carry out an independent evaluation of the Lottery funded Dudley CAB Money Confidence Project – see link http://www.widerimpact.com/march-2015-wider-impact-commissioned-evaluate-lottery-funded-dudley-cab-project Such work is important to us, as our reports and findings play a key role in the future and sustainability of such excellent work carried out by such specialContinue Reading

Key objective being achieved!

Posted by Edwin Categories: Edwin's Blog Published February 1, 2015

This years’s ‘resolution’ here at Wider Impact is to help those we come into contact with ‘smile and be happy (without motive)‘. Try it – so far is paying back lots and lots more than we can ever put in! Simples! Kindest regards Edwin :-) 

Business Opportunity

Posted by Edwin Categories: Edwin's Blog Published January 29, 2015

I can’t believe how large organisations are treating their customers. The main stream banks don’t want to provide ‘customer’ facing [counter] service, and other large national organisations are looking to deliver ‘on-line’ shopping and install self-service check outs and self service photography services. This is clearly linked to cost savings. But at what cost? ‘Customer’Continue 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

Wider Impact Consultancy, Edwin Lewis