Culture Consortium Shropshire and Actio are seeking a research partner with a proven track record to develop a best practice digital toolkit. The toolkit will be for practitioners and organisations who deliver arts and cultural activity for children and young people with SEND (Special Education Needs & Disabilities) and their families.
Researcher Fee: £15,000 (to include expenses) and Budget to create online digital Toolkit – £5,000
Duration of Contract: September 2021 to June 2022
Application Closing Date: Monday 19 July 2021 – 12 noon
CCS (Culture Consortium Shropshire), a Local Cultural Education Partnership (LCEP) and partner Actio, are seeking a researcher/s to create a digital practice based toolkit as part of ‘The Impact Partnership Programme’.
They welcome proposals from individuals (or a team of researchers) with a demonstrable range of skills that meet the project brief. Their preference is for researcher/s with strong links to a University or other prestigious organisations.
For further information or to arrange an informal conversation about the commission please contact, Hannah Prior by email, before the 15th July: email@example.com