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ATT secures development support from the University of Lincoln to develop e-Nudge app
We are delighted to announce that ATT has been awarded a Productivity Voucher of 20 days of development support from the University of Lincoln, recently named Modern University of the Year in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021 to support the creation of our innovative e-Nudge app. e-Nudge is a digital companion, resource, and tool that everyone who experiences our immersive programs can carry with them in their pocket.
Having been through an initial discovery phase, ATT will gain the expertise of a behavioural psychologist and interactive design specialist to progress the development of e-Nudge. With funding support from the Productivity Programme for Greater Lincolnshire, delivered by the University of Lincoln and funded by the European Regional Development Fund, Productivity Vouchers provide a business with access to the University of Lincoln’s academic and technical expertise and equipment. The aim of the voucher is to support businesses by addressing a specific need to drive forward a new idea, product, process of service.
Dermot Kerrigan, Co-Director of ATT said: “Thanks to the University of Lincoln’s Productivity Voucher, we are pleased to be taking e-Nudge into the next exciting phase of development. Once created, e-Nudge will be the vital third element of ATT’s existing offering to create lasting impact, support well-being and keep people safe.”
The app is designed to further embed learning from ATT’s immersive programmes and Practical Safety Leadership workshops, providing support, reminders, and guidance to everyone when back in the workplace as well as providing long-term ROI data. The app can be branded for specific clients and is designed to be used by a vertical slice of any workforce across the construction, infrastructure, energy, and maritime sectors.