GLA Case Study And Research participation Terms
Case Study Guidance
Case studies help to bring the Project and the experience of Participants and/or Beneficiary Organisations to life, and by doing so, to promote the activities of the Project and communicate the Project’s tangible successes to key stakeholders and funders. Personal experience will always make the case study more real to the reader.
Participants are not required to take part in the Case Study exercise but we would encourage all involved to share their experiences.
Consent Forms & Declarations
A Participant or Beneficiary Organisation may consent to provide a Case Study to the GLA but elect not to consent to that Case Study being used by the Department for Work and Pensions for publicity purposes.
If a Participant or Beneficiary Organisation does not consent to a Case Study being used by the Department for Work and Pensions for publicity purposes, the GLA may nonetheless share the Case Study with the Department for Work and Pensions, the European Commission and other organisations to enable it to carry out its functions and statutory responsibilities, which include reporting to the Department for Work and Pensions on the ESF programme.
The GLA cannot accept any case studies without a signed consent form and declarations using the wording that follows.
|Case Study Consent Form|
I understand and agree that:
· The Greater London Authority (GLA) or Brunel Business School (BBS) may use my image, film, video, sound recording, transcripts and any documented record for any internal/external promotional purposes and /or publications (printed, electronic media and electronic formats, including internal and external websites as well as social media sites).
· The GLA or BBS may share my image, film, video, sound recording, transcripts and any documented records for promotional purposes and publications only, with other partner agencies inclusive of GLA Group members and the Department for Work and Pensions who are acting as the Managing Authority for the ESF.
· The GLA or BBS do not accept any responsibility if I am recognized from my images, film, video, sound recordings, transcripts or in any documented record, by any members of the public.
· The GLA or BBS will use all the above-mentioned materials wholly or in part and that these may be altered or revised as deemed necessary.
I am aware that:
· I can withdraw my consent to the GLA or BBS using my case study at any time by writing to the GLA Skills and Employment Team or the BBS Programme Manager. If I do so, I understand it may not be possible to withdraw material that has already been produced and published, however the GLA and BBS will ensure that no further material will be produced.
Case Study Declaration
To be completed by the participant or the representative of the beneficiary organisation. * Please tick below as appropriate
|I DO give my consent for the Department for Work and Pensions to use the materials outlined above for publicity purposes|
|I DO give my consent for the GLA and BBS to use the materials outlined above for promotional purposes and publication.|
I DO NOT give my consent for the GLA or BBS to use the materials outlined above for promotional purposes and publication
(Note that if you do not give your consent, the materials will still be shared with the GLA and other organisations in accordance with the GLA data protection statement on your Enrolment or Engagement Form, but they will not be used for promotional purposes or publication).
|If I given my consent I confirm that the information provided in a case study can be publicised in accordance with the above Consent Form and Declaration.|