We are continuously developing research and solutions at the Centre for Social Innovation. This means we are always on the lookout for interested partners who want to join us in testing these on the ground. We also often offer opportunities for orgainsations, companies or practitioners to roll out tried and tested interventions that proved to be successful. There are also a whole range of other opportunities to get involved listed further down this page.
Check out and apply for our current partnership call outs:
We are excited to announce our 'Social Innovation Training' is now open for public and private organisations interested in learning how to use a design thinking approach to untangle issues they are facing and apply innovative, cost effective solutions to tackle them. Additionally, Keep Britain Tidy offers a breadth of practical training courses in the environment field to answer your needs covering everything from surveying and enforcement to community engagement and youth involvement. Keep Britain Tidy Network members can access all courses with preferential rates.
Trainings can be delivered in house and we can provide bespoke courses tailored to your organisational needs.
Check out featured courses below or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We can tailor a variety of solutions to meet your particular needs including training, research, design, evaluation, and project delivery. Through the wider Keep Britain Tidy staff team and networks we can easily pull in internal expertise to support our work. We can also help you build your skills and confidence to use our approach in the future. Our clients in the past two years include Defra, McDonalds, The Wrigley Company, The Royal Parks, Coca Cola Enterprises and Highways England.
For more information on ways we can work together and services we can provide, please contact:
Whether you’re working in the public, private or third sector, whether you’re a land manager or service provider, the Keep Britain Tidy Network provides a one-stop shop for identifying, developing and delivering solutions to land issues.
Visit the Keep Britain Tidy Network website to find out more
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