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Royal Opera House Bridge invites you to apply for our invitation-only workforce development programme for cultural sector managers: Connect: Reflect - developing yourself, your organisation and your young people's offer.

Aims

Connect: Reflect aims to support the arts and cultural sector to work strategically with both the education sector and with relevant partners to provide high quality arts and cultural offer for children and young people. It will focus on furthering ambition, building resilience, understanding the bigger picture and trying something new

Who Should Attend?

This programme is designed for middle and senior managers in arts and cultural organisations and Local Authority staff delivering against the cultural agenda.

Programme Structure

Connect: Reflect comprises three one-day sessions in London. You must attend all 3 days:

Day 1. Inspiration & Information

An opportunity to hear about some of the key national, regional and local agendas and priorities such as the Cultural Education Challenge, Arts Award and digital learning as well as to explore the changing educational and cultural landscape with your peers. Including talks from Chris Elwood Director/CEO of Half Moon Theatre and Paul Jackson Head of Manorfiled Primary School. The day include a learning walk of the school.

Wednesday 17th January 2018, Manorfield Primary School,
Wyvis Street, London E14 6QD, 9.30 - 4.30

Day 2. Question & Action


A practical day focussed on developing a key question or piece of work for your organisation and an action plan to test it out in the coming weeks. The day will also include building a co-mentoring relationship with a peer who will act as a critical friend during your enquiry project.

Wednesday 31st January 2018,
Half Moon Theatre, 43 White Horse Rd, London E1 0ND, 9.30 - 4.30

Day 3. Reflection & Evaluation


An opportunity to share the results of your enquiry project with the rest of the group and with your line managers who will be invited to attend and respond. As well as time to explore how you’re going to move forward and to reflect on the impact of your project and the programme as a whole.

Wednesday 25th April 2018, Half Moon Theatre,
White Horse Rd, London E1 0ND, 9.30 - 4.30

Commitment

It is expected that you will attend all three days of Connect: Reflect and make time between sessions to identify and carry out an enquiry project or piece of action research related to your context. Because each day follows on from the previous one, if you miss one of the days you will forfeit your place on the rest of the programme.

You will also be required to have discussed this programme with your line manager and to have agreed tangible outcomes for your organisation and how the learning will be shared internally. Your Line Manger will also be required to attend part of day three.

Cost

The main cost of the programme is covered by Royal Opera House Bridge but we ask delegates to pay a small fee of £100 to contribute towards venue and catering


Contact Us

For more information please contact the project manager: Hassina Khan hassina.work@gmail.com

Alternatively you can discuss the programme with your relevant ROH Bridge Programme Manager:

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