Organisation: Ufi Charitable Trust
Ufi Charitable Trust was born out of the sale of learndirect in 2010, when Ufi became an independent grant funding charitable trust with a Trust fund of £50 million, focused on delivering an increase in the scale of vocational learning. They support the delivery of adult vocational skills through digital technology and their aim is to use their funding to catalyse change across the UK so that significant scale can be achieved in vocational learning for adults.
With a renewed focus on Ufi Charitable Trust’s purpose, a number of new trustees were hired earlier in 2016 each of whom bring experience and insight, as well as dynamism and a desire to make an impact on the world of adult vocational skills. They now need one additional trustee who can bring senior experience from private Industry (major employer or SME.
You’ll have a proven track record of successful leadership, achievement and profile within major organisations, and a demonstrable passion for digital technology and / or vocational learning.
The Trustee positions are non-remunerated, and the time commitment involves six board meetings per year plus two meetings per year for either the audit or investment committee.
For further information, download the Information Pack. For a further discussion, please contact:
Tel. + 44 (0)20 3137 3404 / Tel. + 44 (0)7786 190671
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