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Funding to use digital technology for vocational training (UK)

Date published: 07/12/2017


The UFI Charitable Trust (UFI), which aims to help improve vocational skills in the UK's workforce, has logoannounced that the next funding round under its VocTech programme will open for applications from 13 February to 14 March 2018.

This will be the first of three funding rounds during 2018 and will provide grants of up to £50,000 for projects lasting up to 12 months.

UFI will be looking for innovative ideas that use digital technology for vocational learning.

As the name suggests, VocTech Seed is intended to support innovative and creative projects at a relatively early stage of development. It aims to enable new ideas to reach a point where they can demonstrate their potential to customers or funders and reach the market.

UFI is also particularly keen to support projects which will have long term impact on employers, communities of learners or sectors which cannot easily access current provision because of industry or market conditions, past learning history or other factors.

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