Whether you are a first-time applicant to the Heritage Lottery Fund, a repeat applicant, or currently considering applying for support, it is crucial to understand the range of criteria needed for a successful application, and then to put that into practice when delivering projects large or small.
In association with the Heritage Lottery Fund and its Participation & Learning team, The Heritage Alliance is very pleased to announce two participant study days. These are focused on achieving HLF's outcomes for people, including those to support learning, volunteering and skills development, as well as working with new audiences. How may these be achieved, what are the criteria for success, how are aspirations turned into practical action, and how do you know when you have got there? These study days are designed to help.
The initiative comes from the Alliance's Inclusion and Learning Advocacy Group, chaired by Dr David Souden. These are practical workshops, intended primarily for Heritage Alliance member organisations and, where they are an umbrella body, their own member organisations, but all voluntary heritage groups may apply. These sessions are advertised in part with industrial, maritime and transport heritage in mind, but they will cover the full range of heritage, and all are welcome.
The events will take place in Newcastle on 30 November 2016.