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  • MiFriendly Cities, a Finalist in the Innovation in Politics Awards 2020
    The MiFriendly Cities Project, delivered across Coventry, Birmingham and Wolverhampton, has been selected as an outstanding example of political innovation in Europe, and has been chosen as a finalist in the Human Rights category in the Innovation in Politics Awards 2020! Innovation in Politics Institute, a private, non-partisan organisation, supported by a European-wide group of
  • Connect2
    Connect2 at FabLab Coventry We are excited to be a part of Connect2 – a new, European funded, city-wide project aimed at getting members of our community into education and employment through the delivery of training, skills development and community building activities. FabLab Coventry is looking for new learners to join the community, gain new
  • Find out more about Collaborate To Train
    Collaborate to Train, a part European Social Funded project, is a threeyear project, running 2017-2020, engaging with local small businesses to support them to increase their involvement in the education and workforce training system. Working closely with SMEs to encourage and support them to take on more work experience, interns and apprentices. FabLab Coventry, provides
  • Find out more about Mifriendly Cities
    MiFriendly Cities, a Urban Innovative Actions funded project, just over half way through its delivery phase, is a project focusing on the contribution and integration of refugee and migrant populations across the West Midlands. Underpinned by the voices, skills and passions of the participants, the overall aim to ensure all of the community are fully
  • Find out more about our Succeed project
    Succeed, a European Social Funded project, began in April 2020. Aimed at supporting local Coventry participants to learn new skills and gain specific pre-employment support to make it easier for those to get back into employment. FabLab Coventry will support participants to learn new skills through entry level courses centred on computer aided design (CAD)
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    Connect Me, a part European Social Funded project, ran 2017 – 2020, concluding in March 2020, supporting Coventry’s long term unemployed and economically inactive people, aiming to make it easier for those experiencing barriers, back into employment, education or further training. FabLab Coventry supported participants to learn new skills through entry level courses centred on
  • Exceed in Coventry
    Exceed in Coventry, a part European Social Funded project, ran 2017 – 2020, concluding in March 2020, supporting local Coventry residents, enabling them to progress into education, training, job search or employment through tailor designed help. FabLab Coventry support ranged through entry level courses centred on computer aided design (CAD) and IT, and pre-employment support
  • EIT Briefcase of Minerals Applications
    Briefcase of Mineral applications is an EIT Raw Materials funded project, ran October 2018 – December 2019, aimed to bring the opportunity to learn more about minerals through hands-on experience, specifically targeting to train teachers and children. Looking to demystify the use of mineral applications and raise knowledge of mining activities through practical and fun

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