We help engineers get traction on inclusion

 

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What’s your biggest challenge?

  • Tackling your attainment gap?
  • Meeting your UKSPEC accreditation?
  • Team building? 
  • Translating an action plan into reality?
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Chose the right strategy for belonging and engagement through:

  • Consulting and feedback 
  • Staff development  & coaching
  • Bespoke tools and checklists
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Our mission

Helping you walk the inclusion talk:

  • Tools to tinker, tweak, and fine-tune teaching, teams, and products
  • Our manifesto gives you the structure.
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A space to share ideas and learning for addressing equality and diversity and its relevance in engineering. 

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Katalytik end of year summary and newsletter – Winter 2019

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Manifesto for inclusive engineering education

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  Engineers are fixers. They are driven by identifying, investigating and eradicating problems. Yet the uptake of equality and diversity programmes across engineering has been slow. If enriching the student...