Strategic Partnerships

Working together to maximise our collective impact and accelerate the pace of change

At Ufi our mission is to create a world where vocational skills are celebrated and valued by all as the engine upon which the UK economy is built and where development of those skills is made possible by the best technology solutions, providing easier access, greater opportunity and better outcomes for all.

We know we can't achieve this alone and so we work in partnership with organisations who share our mission to create conditions for success and accelerate the pace of change.

From inspiring leadership-level engagement to commissioning research and supporting the sharing of knowledge, partnership is crucially important.

Our strategic partners

Each of our strategic partnerships offers a different pathway to maximise our collective impact so that, ultimately, the best technology solutions can enable us all to flourish in our working lives.

  • Ufi and AELP

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    Supporting independent training providers to deploy the best digital tools and pedagogies.

  • Ufi and ALT


    Championing the development of learning technology professionals in vocational education.

  • Ufi and Catch22

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    Mobilising the power and energy of tech ventures to drive reform in youth employment services.

  • Ufi and iDEA


    Creating a step-change in digital skills and confidence for vocational learners in the UK.

  • Ufi and FutureDotNow

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    Using technology to improve the digital capability and confidence of the UK workforce.

  • Ufi and Learning and Work Institute

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    Shifting the dial on adult participation in learning for work.

  • Ufi and NCFE

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    Driving change and reform in the assessment of vocational training and skills.

  • Ufi and Resolution Foundation

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    Backing a new wave of innovators to improve the prospects, power and progression of low-paid workers.

  • Ufi and the RSA

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    Uniting people, places and ideas to show how tech can help tackle the UK skills crisis.