Skills for work charity to launch White Paper setting out how it will unleash the potential of technology to levelling up learning at the EdTech Summit Update
Ufi VocTech Trust, the UK's leading charity for championing the power of technology to improve skills for work, is to launch its Vocational Challenge White Paper on 28th April at the EdTech Summit Update.
This White Paper will set out how Ufi will use its funding, insights, and influence to support the development of digital solutions (VocTech) to improve outcomes and deliver impact for vocational learners.
At the heart of the White Paper is a focus on learners who are disproportionately impacted by the digital divide and absolute and relative digital exclusion.
This comes at a crucial time for UK skills development, and the White Paper aims to surface solutions for those learners who, without positive intervention, will struggle to get the skills they need to work or progress in employment (1).
Louise Rowland, Deputy Chief Executive of Ufi VocTech Trust said “ we are delighted to be launching the VocTech Challenge White Paper at the EdTech Summit as we feel it fits well with the theme of the Summit – bridging the gap between education and technology