The team came together to celebrate First Media turning 20 earlier this month at Docks Beers.
Did you know that your business could be eligible to receive a grant of between £10-25k to turn existing classroom-based training into remote learning?
In a response to Coronavirus, Ufi have launched ‘VocTech Now’ to support organisations and businesses who deliver vocational training by funding their transition to remote learning.
This grant could be used to create interactive eLearning content or get your business set up to deliver webinars.
Who can apply for the funding?
It’s for any business, educational organisation or charity who delivers face-to-face vocational training to key workers that has become affected since the pandemic. So, if you provide training on health and social care, education and childcare, transport, public safety, food and necessary goods or any of the other areas outlined by the government, there’s a good chance you’ll qualify.
What can the funding be used for?
The funding can be used cover the costs of most things associated with transitioning training materials to online – including the purchase of an LMS or expert advice. But we think it’s a once in a lifetime opportunity for organisations to invest in high-impact eLearning that engages with the user.
How to apply for it?
Businesses have until 5pm on Monday 6th April to submit their applications. We advise that anyone interested in applying should go to www.ufi.co.uk, read all the criteria and FAQs available before beginning their application.
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