Hear about the impact of KTPs direct from our partners:
Leeds Beckett is working in a partnership with Amey on a 33 month project to develop a bespoke safety behaviour change framework with the aim of reducing safety incidents across the business. The project is groundbreaking not only in relation to the psychological approach being taken to develop the framework, but also because of the scalability of the approach across Amey’s diverse workforce.
Nicola Hindle, Amey's MD of Consulting and Rail, talks about the programme's significance to the business and our University’s involvement in it:
See our KTP projects in action:
The university is partnered on a 24 month project with Citu, an award-winning development company based in Leeds. Citu build sustainable homes incorporating forward-thinking design, sustainable materials and low energy use.
In line with a groundbreaking approach to building houses, Citu are also pushing the boundaries in how they sell and develop properties in line with their customers’ lives. Developing unique virtual reality platforms to showcase their homes is a cornerstone of our KTP collaboration, and in the videos below our KTP associate James Fenwick shows how traditional show homes are being replaced by virtual reality:
Read about the impact of our KTP project on Amey’s Target Zero behavioural safety program here.