The winning entry could be based in a formal setting such as a school, university, workplace or college, or it could be working in less formal setting, directly with learners or within a specific community. It could be a new learning programme or an existing one, it could be delivered by a single organisation or a partnership.
The winning entry will show how it is:
- identifying and delivering the skills that people will need in the digital age;
- working with employers, education providers, community organisations or other key stakeholders;
- engaging with the learners in innovative ways;
- ensuring inclusion so that everyone can benefit equally from the learning activities provided.
The winning entry will answer the questions asked in a clear and concise way, giving examples of the impact on the individuals and/or community.
This Award is open to any individual, business, charity, social enterprise or other public body with a base in the UK. It may refer to the work they do as a whole or one specific project.
Sorry the entries for AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards 2017 are now closed