RMP Enterprise Ltd
ASET has been a supporter of RMP Enterprise Ltd, from their early days in 2007. They have grown tremendously since, and become a brand that we remain proud to be associated with, so much so that in 2013 we became partners. Their website, www.ratemyplacement.co.uk , enables potential placement students to check out reviews and ratings of placement employers, to make sure they make the right decision.
Created from the merger of the Equality Challenge Unit (ECU), the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education Formerly (LFHE), AdvanceHE “supports universities in putting institutional strategy into practice for the benefit of students, staff and society”. They “bring together HE-focused expertise in governance, leadership and management, teaching and learning, and equality, diversity and inclusion, to help .. deliver world-leading teaching, research and scholarship, .. civic mission and student outcomes at institution[s]”.
The World Association for Cooperative Education
(WACE) is an international organisation devoted to promoting Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) programmes worldwide. Set up by ASET in the mid-1980s as the international umbrella group for national placement (or co-operative) organisations such as ASET. It is now based in Boston, USA, and ASET usually takes its seat on the board. Our fellow national organisations are listed here: www.waceinc.org/organizations.htm www.waceinc.org
The Helena Kennedy Foundation
The HKF exists to overcome social injustice by providing financial bursaries, mentoring and support to disadvantaged students from the further and adult education sectors, enabling them to complete their studies in Higher Education and move on successfully into employment or further studies. ASET is a proud supporter of the foundation and sponsors of a badged bursary. Find out more about how your organisation could become an HKF supporter here.
The Burton Street Foundation
ASET is based in Sheffield at the Burton Street Foundation www.burtonstreet.org.uk, a not-for-profit community organisation, specialising in supporting adults and older children with learning and physical difficulties. We are pleased to be able to support this organisation, keeping ASET funds in the charitable sector.