How does RISS work?
Step 1: You become part of a group
- You tell us briefly about your idea: get in touch
- We link you up with the right facilitator and you talk it over in more detail with them
- OR you're in a pre-existing group and a partner organisation has allocated a facilitator
- The facilitator applies for project approval from the other partners - practical, sustainable projects get approved
- The facilitator brings in the other group members you will need (from any sector)
Step 2: You work as a group
- The facilitator enables a period of group working: organising meetings, defining, developing and testing ideas and solutions. The way the group works and the time it will take depends on what you are trying to do
- There may be people who contribute without being full group members
- The group produces a project plan, written by the facilitator, with next steps in mind
Step 3: You have everything you need to get going
- The project plan can be used to access funding if necessary, or just to get started
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“This is really innovative stuff, bringing people together from along the whole supply chain for a common objective”Facilitator Jim Booth, Organic Oilseed Rape group