2019-2020 One Day Course Training Programme
Our annual training programme is designed to offer sector specific training to its institutional, personal members and museum workers from across the region. The courses on offer have been tailored to your needs, based upon requirement and demand. We try to offer about 6 or 7 courses per training season, averaging out at one a month. Each course has three places free to volunteers at institutional member museums and galleries. It’s a great way to access new skills and network to share experience and learn. For details of course’s please visit our events page.
2019 Training/Event Programme:
6th September: The FED Conference ‘Matters of the Art’
28th October: Creative Collaborations – Working With Artists (Details and booking coming soon)
25th November: In it Together: Heritage and Community Engagement
NEXT GENERATION 2019/2020 – Management Training Course
The Yorkshire and Humberside Federation of Museums and Galleries is proposing to lead another Next Generation Management Development programme for 2019-2020. The programme is delivered in up to ten workshops (plus an induction meeting) at monthly intervals provisionally starting in October 2019 and finishing in May 2020. The exact programme is developed with the candidates at the start of the course. Workshops are held at various locations throughout Yorkshire. Delegates will visit a number of interesting museum and library locations and hear from senior museum and library professionals. For all further information please download the flyer to the left of this page.
To express an interest please contact the YHFed freelance training administrator by September 13th, email@example.com
For all further information about the programme please contact the coach and trainer, Jane Walton: firstname.lastname@example.org TEL: 07791021992
Training Affordability Principles
Courses will be reasonably priced, discounted for Fed members, and three free volunteer places will be made available on a first come first served basis (one per institiution).
Courses will be led by experienced trainers who have relevant and current knowledge and skills, as well as experience of working in the heritage sector.
Courses will enable members to develop and add to their own skills and knowledge base, and to ensure that the courses we offer are up to date and relevant to the sector, our course programme will reflect members feedback. To that end we welcome course suggestions, so if you would like to see a specific training topic covered please contact the FED