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Today’s Tenders

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Take a look at these Tender opportunities for funding in Knowledge Exchange activities. Please pass this on to any colleagues you feel may also be interested. For more information on any opportunity listed, please contact rketenders@mmu.ac.uk

Consumer research on Alternative Dispute Resolution for the UK Aviation Sector

The Civil Aviation Authority wishes to commission qualitative exploratory consumer research to understand the attitudes of consumers at London/South East airports towards day-to-day journey disruption that results from runway congestion and capacity constraints. In particular, they would like to form a view of how consumers view the trade-offs between capacity, cost and service level and the extent to which resilience (or the lack of it) is an issue at London airports.

Deadline for proposals: 8 July

Funding available: £25,000 – £50,000

Development Programme for First Line Managers in Education Sector

The Education and Training Foundation is looking to commission the development of a programme that will provide management training techniques to those in first line management positions within the education secotr. The programme should be suitably generic and yet adaptable to the range of providers in the sector. Providers include Further Education colleges, Independent Training Providers, Adult and Community Education, and charitable organisations.

Deadline for proposals: 22 July

Funding available: £35,000

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