Apply for up to pound;50K for your technology project
Colleges and training providers have just two weeks left to apply for grants of up to pound;50,000 to develop technology-led projects to improve vocational education. The Vocational Learning Tech Fund, run by the UFI Charitable Trust, will support UK-based organisations aiming to use digital technology to boost adult vocational learning and teaching. According to the trust, the initiative has been launched because current education and training systems are not solving the long-term problem of skills shortages. Technology could help to prepare adults for work by making vocational education quicker as well as more engaging, flexible and affordable, the trust said. Applications must be received by 15 May. For more information, visit www.ufi.co.ukapply
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