Learning How To Learn

Building a FutureFit adult learning system for thousands of workers across Europe
 
Rapid advancements in technology means everyone needs digital skills to get online, access basic services and progress in their careers.  The pandemic further highlighted how critical these are in order to learn, retrain or do our jobs online.  But how do we motivate workers who lack confidence, don’t have time, money or support to do the training to stay relevant and employed?

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