Semta Skills Awards

Ufi is an independent charity which aims to help improve vocational skills in the UK’s workforce by funding digital solutions for vocational learning.

We are thrilled to support the Semta Skills Awards as they celebrate the commitment of individuals, teams and organisations to learning and development.

At Ufi we support organisations who innovate by using digital technology to help employers and learners develop the skills they need for work, testing new approaches, taking risks and breaking down barriers to learning.

We have funded the development of a number of digital vocational learning tools which help improve skills development in the manufacturing and engineering sector, four of which are being showcased at the Semta Skills Awards.

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AELP - Embedding Learning in Apprenticeships

 High quality and cost-effective methods to embed learning and demonstrate progress.

 

Learning Labs - Flash Academy Workplace

A learning app that teaches workplace English from 30+ languages to overcome the impact that poor English language skills have on productivity in manufacturing settings 

 

National Composites Centre LayupRITE

A new approach to learning high dexterity skills. LayupRITE is a set of training and assessment resources using augmented reality to train people in the hand lay up of composite material. 

 

GTA England - Engineering Apprentice's Mate 

 Point and play learning experience app for engineering apprentices. Instant access to independent learning, support and assessment activity in the workshop. 


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