At Learning without Borders, we believe in the transformative power of technology and education. Our mission is to empower businesses and individuals through comprehensive tech training and consultancy services that drive innovation and success. On this page, you will find an array of case studies showcasing the impactful projects we’ve delivered for our diverse clients.

Explore how our expert team has collaborated with companies across various industries to solve complex challenges, implement cutting-edge solutions, and achieve measurable results. Each case study highlights our commitment to excellence, our strategic approach, and the tangible benefits our clients have experienced.

Join us on this journey and discover how Learning without Borders can help your organisation thrive in the digital age. Whether you’re looking to upskill your workforce, optimise your technology stack, or embark on a transformative digital initiative, our proven track record speaks for itself.

Dive into our success stories and see the difference we can make together.

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University of Nottingham

Our research at the University of Nottingham identified key needs among stakeholders:

  1. Students: Enhance employability skills and gain career clarity based on purpose.
  2. University: Foster more collaboration with external entities, including Alumni, to support student professional development.
  3. Businesses: Maximise social impact and fulfil responsibilities to society, environment, and stakeholders.
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CVS Brent

In Brent, a diverse borough in Northwest London with a population of 350,000, organizations face unique challenges:

Council for Voluntary Services (CVS):

  • Purpose: Assist 550 Voluntary, Community & Social Enterprises (VCSEs) in building skills and accessing funding.
  • Problems to Solve:
    • Develop a Social Impact Strategy to enhance VCSE services.
    • Secure three years of funding to implement the strategy.

550 VCSEs in Brent:

  • Purpose: Provide essential health, social care, and community services.
  • Problems to Solve:
    • Enhance capacity to deliver services and measure social impact.
    • Measure social impact to improve performance and qualify for funding.
    • Established VCSEs: Improve social impact measurement to qualify for higher-value government grants and sustainable service contracts.
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Morgan Sindall Construction

Morgan Sindall Construction:

  • Profile: A UK-wide construction firm with 7,000 employees and over 200,000 subcontractors.
  • Challenge: Addressing the high levels of mental health issues, including suicide, among construction workers, with over 70% of employers failing to recognize and provide necessary support.

Futures Group

Futures Group:

  • Profile: A charity supporting up to 6,500 people monthly into employment and education in the East Midlands and East of England.
  • Challenge: Expand funding opportunities by:
    • Improving data capture through numbers and stories.
    • Creating social impact measures to enhance performance.
    • Developing a robust social impact measurement and reporting strategy to secure sustainable future funding.
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Toynbee Hall

Community Development Charity:

  • Profile: Founded in 1884, dedicated to working with those facing poverty and injustice to create a fairer and happier East London.
  • Challenge: Expand the Financial Literacy programme, Digital Money Mentors, across the UK.
    • Context:
      • 20.3 million low-income people in the UK.
      • 39% lack confidence in managing money.
      • Annual poverty premium is £490.
    • Digital Money Mentors Programme Goals:
      • Build financial confidence.
      • Educate on using financial services.
      • Promote savings and reduce financial risks.

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Financial Inclusion Forum (FIF):

  • Profile: Founded in 2005 during the UN Year of Microcredit to provide events and advocacy for global financial inclusion. Co-founded by Dr. Phyllis SantaMaria.
  • Challenge: Maximize the benefits of online events for UK and international audiences during COVID-19 to ensure impactful events and foster continuous engagement.
  • Extension: FIF Africa, a spin-off founded by a FIF Director, focuses on financial inclusion in Africa.
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  • Profile: A purpose-led consultancy in the rail and transport sector, launched in 2019, dedicated to tackling complex challenges and making a positive impact beyond customer expectations.
  • Challenge: Help Small & Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) reliably prove their social impact to win government contracts and attract customers, despite limited time and resources.
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  • Profile: A leading community engagement consultancy founded in 2006, collaborating with community organizations, councils, and housing bodies on regeneration projects in London.
  • Challenge: Develop a Purpose-centric culture throughout the organization.

Innovation: Solution

  • Implement the Social Impact Game to:
    • Define the Company Purpose & Mission based on the Founders’ Purpose.
    • Foster company-wide engagement with the organization’s Purpose and Vision.
    • Align individual purposes with the organizational purpose by engaging all staff.
    • Analyse and track project results to optimise project work and resource utilization.