Accreditation Requirements: Planning for Emergencies, Environmental Sustainability, Security and Access
Monday, 15 September 2014 from 10:30 to 16:00 (BST)
Are you flummoxed by what/ how much to include within your Emergency Plan and how long it should be? Do you need some additional help with your environmental statement? Would you like to find out more about what kind of evidence to submit in relation to security and access reviews and find out further about how the two are not mutually exclusive? Then this Accreditation training day is for you and will focus on these inter related areas through a mixture of practical activity and case studies.
Who should attend?
Paid and voluntary staff and trustees in museums of any size across the South West, who are currently going through the process of Accreditation and need additional support to understand and address these specific areas in order to fully complete and submit the Accreditation return.
What will you learn?
By the end of this session, you should have a wider awareness and understanding of how to address these areas and be confident in your next steps and approach to completing and submitting evidence as part of your Accreditation return.
Helena Jaeschke, Conservation Development Officer, SW Museum Development Partnership
Julie Reynolds, Museum Development Officer, Bristol and Gloucestershire
Steven Vodli, Senior Duty Manager, The Holburne Museum, Bath
Vicky Dawson, Accreditation Technical Adviser for the South West Area
The South West Museum Development office, Bristol Museums Galleries and Archives, is providing this training as the new provider for the Accreditation technical advice service for museums in the South West, Hampshire and Solent.
The South West Museum Skills programme is delivered by the South West Federation on behalf of the South West Museum Development Partnership, funded by Arts Council England.
When & Where
The South West Federation of Museums and Art Galleries (SWFed)
The South Western Federation of Museums and Art Galleries is the 'voice' of museums and art galleries across the South West of England.
As an independent membership based organisation, we have supported the region's museums and art galleries and the people that work in them - for over 80 years!
We deliver the South West Museum Skills programme on behalf of the South West Museum Development Partnership, which is funded through Arts Council England.