“The team at WA partnership have extensive experience of the education and consumer sectors. We have called on their services for a range of projects including, resource assessment, school based curriculum development and project management. We have also found them very flexible in responding to changing needs.”
Wendy van den Hende, OBEFormer Chief Executive, pfeg (personal finance education group)
“WA partnership’s knowledge of the education and consumer sectors meant they were able to interpret our needs accurately. Their honesty and straightforward approach was very refreshing. With their very ‘hands on’ team of writers and developers they delivered us a first class product in a very short time scale.”
Paul ReynoldsFormer Communications Manager, Ofgem
‘The England Illegal Money Lending Team engaged WA Partnership to develop lesson plans delivering financial education for primary and secondary schools with a loan shark theme. The results exceeded our expectations and feedback from the schools has been amazing. The lessons were perfectly pitched with exactly the right messages delivered in an engaging and age appropriate way. We found WA Partnership to be professional, incredibly flexible and full of great ideas and would recommend them to an… Read more
Cath WohlersLiaise Manager, England Illegal Money Lending Team
Following on from the successful development of our competency resource, WA partnership Ltd will be managing this on behalf of EETSA going forward. We have also asked them to develop and assist us to launch our new resource Enterprise Action.
Emma HeadEast of England Trading Standards
‘ I had the pleasure of working closely with Margaret and Juliet for a 5 year period during my 10 year tenure as Head of Community Investment for HSBC. WA Partnership fulfilled a critical delivery role for a financial literacy programme which was created by a partnership between pfeg (Personal Finance Education Group) and HSBC in the UK….Their diligent, knowledgeable, expert and human approach was critical to the programme’s success.
Peter BullFormer Head of Community Involvement, HSBC
‘It’s such good news to hear about the Charity Times award. I wanted to say a personal thank you to WA. I know What Money Means has been a team effort, but it would not have been possible without your hard work, creativity and passion. So, thanks for your part in it’.
Celia Allabypfeg Education policy & development director