EU funding for innovative digital skills project

By Leila Steed26 March 2021

Meanwhile, Belfast Metropolitan – a leading digital transformation further education college in the UK – has been awarded a €1.12 million grant from the European Union.

The grant will be allocated to the ARISE initiative, on which Belfast Met has collaborated with eight European industry and education partners.

ARISE was established to support the European Recovery and Resilience Plans 2021-2027, through the providing the construction workforce with skills and education in both the digitalisation of construction and the drive towards sustainability.

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