Branded Education Case Studies
We ensure brands connect with communities and society through innovative training, education, learning, and play. Rewise can help you create and deliver bespoke CSR projects and educational programs to help your business give back to those who need it the most.
Click through to some of our branded education testimonies below to find out how we've helped each brand showcase their brand values whilst helping the community.
As the founders of some of the biggest engineering and steel production companies in the world, The GFG foundation was set up by the Gupta family to help young people engage with science and engineering. Rewise designed a bespoke project called Geared Up for STEM to promote and inspire learning in these subjects to young people throughout Newport, South Wales.
Swansea City AFC Community Trust, the heart of the club and local communities, was set up to improve the lives of individuals and neighbourhoods from Bridgend to Haverfordwest. They came to Rewise Learning to create a bespoke branded education programme and deliver it for one of their on-going confidence boosting courses for young people who are NEET (not in education, employment, or training) as part of the club’s Sign Up To Success (SUTS) project.
The European Social Fund helps millions of Europeans improve their lives by learning new skills and finding better jobs. Tune Into Your Potential is a Rewise project funded by The European Social Fund aiming to improve confidence of NEET individuals of South Wales through the power of music.
Rewise Learning, in conjunction with Reaching Wider UWTSD, have created a few projects with the aim of helping schools in South Wales learn in a fun way. I:Explore is a STEAM project providing students with the opportunity to build, decorate, and race mini cars. Whereas, I:Ganu is a music and singing workshop aiming to promote the learning of the Welsh language in schools.
Rewise has helped Reach Higher, an Oxford Brookes funded organisation, to create and deliver bespoke STEM learning programmes. With the help of the Rewise team, students were able to craft and code their own remote controlled car which encouraged team building and boosted confidence all whilst helping the young people gain knowledge on higher education opportunities.