The following training days have been designed to support those applying for Accrediation - however, they are open and free to ALL London Museums.
To request a bookings form please contact Rana Torsun, Workforce Development & Events Assistant on 020 7549 1712 or email [log in to unmask]
For further information please contact Melissa Bentley, Museum Development Officer: Networks and Training on [log in to unmask]
10am – 4pm Tuesday 23rd January 2007
Kew Bridge Steam Museum
Trainer: Christine Beresford
Case Study: Kew Bridge Steam Museum
This course will give an overview of how to reach the standards set in section 1 of the Museums Accreditation standard. This will cover:
This day would be particularly useful to not only managers but also trustees.
Engaging with Audiences
10am-4pm Monday 19th February 2007
Trainers: Janet Bell & Audiences London
Case Study: Foundling Museum
This course will give an overview of what is needed to reach the requirements of the Accreditation standard set out in Section 2 of the Museums Accreditation standard.
The first session of the day will be provided by Audiences London and will cover:
The second session of the day will be led by Janet Bell and will cover:
9.30am-4.30pm Wednesday 7th February 2007
Greenwich Heritage Centre
Trainer: Caroline Birbeck, Welcome Host
Case Study: V&A
This course will give an overview of what is needed to reach the requirments of the Accreditation standard set out in Section 3 of the Museums Accreditation standard. It will cover:
10am-4pm Thursday 1st March 2007
Gunnersbury Park Museum
Trainers: Christina McGregor, MDA & Francis Halahan, Halahan & Assoicates
Case Study: Gunnersbury Park Museum
This course will give an overview of how to reach the standards set out in section 4 of the Museums Accreditation standard.
The first session will be led by Francis Halahan and will cover collections care and management issues, including:
The afternoon session will be led by Christina Mcgregor and provides an introduction to the basic principles of museum documentation. Consideration is given to the benefits of good documentation practice, and participants will examine the content of a simple but effective system. Topics covered include: