1. Redefining SME productivity measurement for a low carbon economy
    May 2020

    The UK faces dual policy requirements for improved business productivity and progression to a low carbon economy to achieve Net Zero by 2050 or earlier. SQW is currently working on a study exploring how productivity measures could be redefined for Cleantech SMEs to reflect environmental outcomes and stimulate more low carbon impact investing.
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  2. Evaluating innovative dental workforce training
    May 2020

    Advancing Dental Care was established in 2017 to develop a dental education and training infrastructure that supplies a dental workforce with the skills to respond to the changing oral health needs of patients and services. SQW is evaluating this pilot programme to determine how innovative training initiatives serve to improve or modify the skills and capabilities of the dental workforce.
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  3. Social Prescribing and the Potential of Historic England’s Local Delivery
    Apr 2020

    Social prescribing continues to gain increasing prominence and importance in policy and practice. SQW has been commissioned by Historic England to undertake a study to explore Historic England’s work relating to wellbeing outcomes, and to identify potential social prescribing opportunities.
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  4. Developing Advanced Teacher Status for experienced FE practitioners
    Mar 2020

    Advanced Teacher Status (ATS) is the badge of advanced professional practice and mastery in further education and training. SQW is working with the Education and Training Foundation and the Society for Education and Training to ensure that ATS is positioned as the gold standard in teaching in the FE and training sector.
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