We work with some amazing organisations to achieve our work. It is only by working in partnership that we grow, reach new people and deliver greater impact.
If you’ve been inspired by what we do and you’re from an organisation that shares our goals, we’d love to explore an opportunity with you.
Efficiency for Access Coalition
We’ve partnered with the Efficiency for Access Coalition to bring the Efficiency for Access Design Challenge to universities in the UK and overseas. Further building academic capacity in the area of off-grid appliances, as well as forging beneficial partnerships between universities, researchers and industry.
Engineers Without Borders South Africa
Engineers Without Borders South Africa and Engineers Without Borders UK have been working together to deliver the Engineering for People Design Challenge since 2019. Together we have built a community of globally responsible engineers across the world.
We are supporting Constructivist to deliver the Regenerative Design Lab, which is based on a peer-supported, action-learning approach. The lab is formed by helping each other to identify what we want to understand about regenerative design.
We work in collaboration with AzuKo to create and deliver the student Designathon and professional Reshaping Engineering programmes. Both programmes challenge the understanding of the sector, providing participants with a unique opportunity to reshape how engineering is taught and practiced, to ensure a safe and just future for all.
The Royal Academy of Engineering
We collaborate with the Royal Academy of Engineering to influence the wider profession to be more sustainable, ethical and equitable and enhance the support available for professionals at all stages of their development.
Engineering Professors Council
We continue to work closely with the Engineering Professors Council by contributing to the work they are doing with the Royal Academy of Engineering (related to ethics) and supporting each other to amplify the impact of the work we do.