Shaw Trust Accessibility Services (AS) working in partnership with Goss Consultancy Ltd (GCL).

Shaw Trust Accessibility Services (AS) working in partnership with Goss Consultancy Ltd (GCL). 10 November 2016

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The collaboration brings together digital accessibility, access and inclusion services, not to mention experience of over 35 years.

Goss Consultancy Ltd one of the UK's leading providers of Access & Inclusion training and consultancy, offers a range of consultancy and training support adding strength to the combined team.


GCL brings with it:

  • A 10 year track record of providing access and inclusion subject matter expertise across the public, private and not for profit sectors.

  • A reputation for leading the way in access and inclusive best practice with recognised knowledge and insight across all sectors.

  • A team of disabled-led access and inclusion specialists who work with many of the UK's largest (and smallest) Creative and Cultural Organisations.

  • Experience in a variety of sectors including: Cultural, Media & Sport, Commercial and Retail, Government and Regulatory, Museums and Heritage, Transport, Stadia, and Open Spaces

The new collaboration helps ensure that Shaw Trust's accessibility service clients can effectively manage equality and diversity issues and associated risks.  


The new partnership's activities include:


Access Audits                                                               

Case Consultancy

Access Statements                                                       

Policy and Practice Reviews                                        

Project Management                                                    

Research and Evaluation                                             

Corporate Communications                                         

Training and Awareness


Joe Manock, Shaw Trust National Account Manager said: "We are delighted to be working with the team at Goss Consultancy, and look forward to making the most of the additional services they can offer our clients."

The partnership will work across the public, private and not for profit sectors providing a professional accessibility service which enables customers to reach and engage with the widest audience possible.

Joe said: "We take especial care to understanding the organisations we work with, and the political, business and legal environments in which they operate. As a result we are able to support them to succeed by making them accessible to all!"

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