GEC Pilot Scheme

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The GEC is a start-up. We are learning with you - our customers. 

The first step for us is to run a pilot of how we are envisage our self assessment process working - the aim of the pilot is to work out kinks and barriers and to make our process production ready. 

Due to the phenomenal interest in the GEC, we decided to allow a two-week window for homes, schools and businesses to sign up.

Our Phase 1 pilot is now closed and initial feedback has been extremely helpful in showing us where we need to make changes. We will keep you up to date here with any information. We are currently compiling information and about to launch the next phase. 

GEC Phase 2 Pilot

*NEWS* We are looking to launch the Phase 2 pilot in May/ June 2018. 

If you are interested in being part of our second pilot phase, please contact us via the 'Interested' menu choices. if you are part of our initial cohort, you will be automatically invited. 

As part of this process, we are working in partnership with Beneficiary.Io who are getting our 'Difference Machine' up and running. We think they are awesome. They are going to support our social mission as if it were a space mission (we think going into space is probably easier to achieve than our goals). Watch this space. 

To further support us take our next large steps, we have assembled an equally awesome focus group helping us to get the questions right. As well as our incredible steering group, we have a host of intergalactical brilliant brains making sure we nail it. Impressive, eh?

We will be adding to this over the next few days. If you would like to help at all, please contact us. 

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Dr Julie Scanlon

A Specialist in Gender and LGBT study, please see Julie's website, her LinkedIn profile here or follow her on Twitter

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Dr Lauren Spinner

Dr Lauren Spinner is a Research Associate at the University of Kent. She is primarily interested in children’s gender development and the effect of socialising agents, such as parents and the media, on children’s gender-related cognitions.

LinkedIn and  Twitter.