Website launch and November 2018 update

Nov 01, 2018

This month we are delighted to launch our new website. The site contains details of York Consulting’s services, current staff team, recent projects and areas of expertise. You can also view and download a selection of reports written by York Consulting that have been published by our clients.

The York Consulting team is busy working on a variety of interesting projects for national and local clients. We are leading the national evaluation of Opportunity Areas on behalf of the Department for Education, working in partnership with a consortium of subject matter experts. We are also evaluating the Children’s Social Care Innovation Programme in five local authority areas and are analysing and reporting upon responses to a central government consultation on elective home education. In Leicestershire, we are concluding a study to identify future skills needs in preparation for the Leicester and Leicestershire Local Industry Strategy, while in Wales we are gathering views on a major programme of qualification reform.

We are also working on much more besides! Further details will be provided in future bi-monthly news bulletins. If you would like to get in touch in the meantime, please do so using the Contact page on this site or call 0113 222 3545.

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  • "It [YCL’s final report] is one of the most impressive evaluation reports I’ve had the pleasure to read.” Principal, Further Education College

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