By understanding that every community is unique, we have helped numerous organisations to explore the diverse needs, behaviours and perceptions of their members and make decisions that improve experiences. You can also visit the research reports page to explore our public-facing work, including free independent research.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) were looking to expand its Faraday programme into primary, by making free engineering-related teaching resources readily available for primary teachers. Research needed to be undertaken to understand what level of demand there is for resources to help teach this content, what the Faraday programme should consist of at a primary level, and how it should be marketed.Publications and new service development research
Following our previous research into their 2014 Congress, a well-known medical society approached Shift Learning to conduct in-depth fieldwork research at their 2015 Congress. The society’s Congresses attract medical specialists from around the world and are held annually each year.Conference research
Radiology and Oncology Congresses (ROC) are a registered charity responsible for organising two radiology-based Congresses. The charity is made up of representatives from the British Institute of Radiology, the Society and College of Radiographers and the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine.Conference research
The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) and The Medical Schools Council (MSC) commissioned Shift Learning to conduct a comprehensive survey with UK medical students exploring perceptions surrounding general practice.Research to inform policy development
The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) is one of the largest providers of accounting and bookkeeping qualifications in the UK. While AAT qualifications are traditionally taken by career changes, AAT had noticed an increase in the number of younger students (aged 16-19) applying to their courses.Membership research
Case study intro copy…the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) is one of the largest providers of accounting and bookkeeping qualifications in the UK. A wide variety of prospective students contact the AAT.Membership research