When: 11:00 - 1:30pm, Wednesday 01 February 2023 Where: This event is being organised by UFI VocTech Trust This particular event is free to attend, so no payment is required.
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UFI VocTech Trust will hold a training session on harnessing the potential for learning technology and digital tools to support a just transition to a fairer, greener Scotland.
Date: Wednesday 01 February 2023,
Time: 11:00 until 1:30pm
Venue: The Scotsman Hotel, 20 North Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1TR
UFI and stakeholders from across Scotland will meett to discuss how to better use tech-enabled learning tools to improve vocational skills that are necessary to securing a just transition to a fairer, greener Scotland.
11:00 - Registration and refreshments
11:15 - Welcome and introduction to Ufi VocTech Trust
11:30 - Panel Discussion: Adult skills for a just transition: How can tech help?
Meet stakeholders from across Scotland and try out some of the digital solutions thathave been developed with Ufi support
13:30 - Close
Acquiring and improving skills is key to Scotland securing good, high-value jobs in new and existing sectors to support a just transition. This meeting / training session will help organisations across Scotland to develop technology that will improve adult vocational education, focusing on supporting individuals, sectors and geographies that are furthest from mainstream provision. The event will provide an opportunity to join thought leaders, practitioners, and policy makers from across Scotland to discuss how all stakeholders can better use tech-enabled learning to improve the skills that are necessary to securing the just transition. UFI will also host a selection of organisations they have supported to showcase the innovative ways technology is already helping learners prepare for a fairer, greener Scotland.
The event will also provide a forum to discuss VocTech Activate, an open grant call supporting early-stage approaches tackling vocational learning challenges.
The event will be of value to those involved in improving skills for work - whether in a community, local government, educational or business setting.