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Webinar: Embedding and progressing Arts Award


Are you looking to increase participation with Arts Award and deliver a sustainable programme of awards within your setting?

Trinity College London is offering a free one-hour webinar focussed on supporting arts and cultural organisations with embedding Arts Award into their programmes and offering guidance on progressing onto other levels of the award within current activity.

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The webinar taking place on Tuesday 13 March at 11am is designed for arts and cultural organisations of any size or scale, including museums, libraries and heritage settings.

Why should I attend?
- If you are struggling to maintain delivery within your setting then this webinar will help offer ideas and techniques for sustainable activity.
– Whether you are delivering Arts Award Discover regularly but can’t quite see how to get started with Explore level, or running Bronze well but lack the confidence to move onto Silver or Gold, this webinar will provide tips and guidance on moving onto higher levels.
 - Is there a particular issue or barrier you face within your organisation eg budget, capacity or resources? Then this webinar will give practical examples and advice on addressing these.

What will I get from it?
You will consider how you could offer Arts Award at a range of levels, enabling you to enrich your offer, bring in new audiences and increase participation with the award. You will also learn how to embed your Arts Award offer resulting in measurable outcomes that may be used to demonstrate organisational development and ongoing commitment. And by mapping the structure against your current activity you will discover how Arts Award can work for your organisation in the most sustainable manner. 

We will look at resources, delivery models & approaches and support you to examine your current practice with a view to coming up with practical development steps to try out.

Who should attend?
This event is suitable for learning or education officers, participation or project managers, artists and business directors. Attendees should have some knowledge and understanding of Arts Award but do not need to have trained as an adviser (please note, this webinar does not form part of training to run Arts Award. You must attend advertised or in-house Arts Award training in order to deliver the award in your setting). All five levels of Arts Award will be incorporated.

Advice and guidance will be provided by members of our experienced Arts Award team:

  • Judy McFall, Arts Award Associate, Senior Trainer, Moderator and Support Panel Member
  • Kate Attard, Head of Sector Support, Trinity College London
  • Layne Harrod, Arts Award Arts & Cultural Officer, Trinity College London

There will be allocated time for questions and issues raised during the webinar. 

Can’t attend at these times? Register as normal and we'll send you a link to  the webinar after the event.

Register now