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  • 1. Knowledge TransferPartnerships Process February 3rd 2011
  • 2. How can DRI help with KTPs?• Facilitate meetings with Companies, KTP advisors – ‘project match’• Advise on type of KTP project and process• Company financial checks using ‘Fame’• Prepare projects costs and budgets• Manage submission process and contracts• Promote KTPs externally at Business events / Internal seminars• Attend KTP initial meetings• Assess progress of KTPs, input claims Ali Parker: 602630
  • 3. Classic KTP – Application process • 1st Stage – EOI Expression Project (detail of project, of Interest objectives, outcome, (2 - 4 weeks) benefits, Finances12 – 16 weeks • 2nd Stage - Full application Full Project (detail of project, (2 - 4 weeks) Application objectives, outcome, (Section A) benefits, • Programme Advisory Group Finances (4 weeks) Work Plan Budget • Grant offer letter Full Contact Information, (4 weeks) Application Joint Commitment (Section B) Statement Ali Parker: 602630
  • 4. Classic KTP Budget (1 year, SME)   Budget Government Company Contribution Contribution (67%) (33%)Directly Incurred costs £ £ £a. Associate Costs (salary  27000 18090 8910 £21.5k, Pension, NI)b. Associate  Development* 2000 1340 660c Travel and Subsistence* 2250 1507.5 742.5d Consumables* 1500 1005 495Directly Allocated Costse Knowledge Base Supervisor  6457 4326 2131f Associate Estates costs      g Mentoring Support      Indirect Costsh. Additional Associate Support 20449 13701 6748 TOTAL 59656 39970 19687 Ali Parker: 602630
  • 5. What makes a good application?• Writing the bid together• Clear finances, letters of support / business plan• Meeting sponsor priorities• A work-plan that shows – Transfer of knowledge – Embedding of knowledge – Clear Outputs and Outcomes – ideally linked! – Clear Milestones Ali Parker: 602630
  • 6. What happens once funding is given? •Grant Offer Letter provided by TSB to company & University •KTP acceptance agreement signed with company •Project Code Issued •Job Description and terms of employment agreed6 months between company and university •Recruitment starts (associate not on HERA) •KTP agreement signed •Pre start of project meeting (LMCO) •Project START! Ali Parker: 602630
  • 7. What makes a good project?• Investment in time to solve company problems• Joint desire to ‘supervise’ associate• Managing expectations of partnership• Good project management• Open Innovation• Adhering to work-plan• Reading guidance notes & attending Supervisor workshops! Ali Parker: 602630
  • 8. Support for KTP Academic Business Associate AdvisorApplication Form –   2 stagesRecruitment of  AssociateLocal Management    Committee Meetings(monthly)Weekly Supervision (1/2 day) Training – Academic  (further degree  (Mphil) supervision)Training - Vocational  (diploma in management) Ali Parker: 602630
  • 9. What is expected from academic supervisor?• Proposal writing, IEF• Risk Register• Financial budget management with quarterly claims• ½ day a week time, visit once every 2 weeks• Local Management Committee every quarter• Associate recruitment, induction, development, appraisal Ali Parker: 602630
  • 10. Examples of KTP: Product LaunchCollege of Engineering: BiometricsDeveloped new biometrics prototype for , launched and implementedacross whole business saving £500k per annumfor company Ali Parker: 602630
  • 11. Examples of KTP: Proving a process!School of Business: Actuarial Modelling• Local start up company ‘Indico’ who predict automotive quality and service issues and warranty claims – think Toyota brakes!!!!• To embed statistical methods for assessing automotive part failure rates throughout the company’s business activities. Ali Parker: 602630
  • 12. Examples of KTP: Proving a process!College of Medicine: Medical engineering• Local company ‘Ruskinn’ a leading supplier and manufacturer of anaerobic and modified atmosphere workstations.• To create a product development capability that allows the company to develop new product lines and increase market share of biomedical research workstations. Ali Parker: 602630
  • 13. Want to find out more?Useful websitesKTP: http://www.ktponline.org.uk/TSB: http://www.innovateuk.org/deliveringinnovation/knowledgetransferpartnerships.ashxDRI:http://www.swansea.ac.uk/research_innovation/ResearchandProjectSupport/KnowledgeTransferPartnershipUseful NumbersAli Parker – 01792 60 2630 a.c.parker@swansea.ac.ukDavid Notley – 07941207801 davidnotley@impactmc.co.uk Ali Parker: 602630