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References

Our clients are universities and vocational schools, foundations and other education providers, as well as companies.

Here you will find a selection of our clients as well as brief descriptions of completed projects.

The support by eduvisory has made it possible to get a clear picture of the internal target and data structures of our educational program and to be able to present and analyse these even more accurately. Thus, we always were well informed. The data management tools, especially made for us, make daily work much easier for everyone.
 

Over all, I can state that our team was very delighted to receive highly qualified professional support by eduvisory in the frames of project management, training, comprehensive internal data and reporting structure.

Gerrit Bornemann, Project Manager

Sarah Wiener Stiftung, Project "I can cook!"

The cooperation initiative “I can cook!” with the German health insurance BARMER offers nationwide free training courses for educators, teachers and social pedagogues on the topic of "Educational Cooking with Children" as part of the Prevention Act. The initiative qualifies educational professionals to integrate the topic of nutrition into the daily lives of day-care centers, elementary schools and extracurricular learning places.

Focus:

Conceptual planning and implementation of  an internal monitoring framework

Objectives:

Transparent data and reporting structures created in collaboration with the entire team, which both facilitate everyday goal-oriented work and enable processes to become even more efficient.


Outcomes:

In joint workshops with the management level and the respective teams, goals and processes as well as clear logic models were detected. Based on this, we created individual data and report management tools in Microsoft Excel, so that the data can be transferred to other data systems in a pre-structured manner. The responsible employees were comprehensively integrated into the appropriate tools, so that the basis for an optimal cross-team monitoring were established.