Course: Creating Innovative Learning Programmes 2015 | UK

Creating Innovative Learning Programmes 2015

Following last year’s successful edition, the Victoria and Albert Museum, an ASEMUS member, welcomes applications for ‘Creating Innovative Learning Programmes’. This one week intensive course, to be held in London between 13 and 17 July 2015, is a unique training opportunity for museum professionals from overseas who are interested in attracting and programming for a range of museum audiences.

The course presents a comprehensive insight into museum learning programmes. Participants will learn how to develop programmes for a wide range of specific audiences, from children, young people and schools, through to in-depth courses for adults. They will also learn about developing interpretation and visitor research.

All of the teaching is delivered by expert programme managers from the V&A and includes both talks and hands-on workshops to suit different styles of learning. Participants in “Creating Innovative Learning Programmes” will also be invited to share real examples of projects from their institutions that they could develop during and after the course.

The course is for a minimum of 15 and a maximum of 20 participants. These should be museum professionals in charge of learning and audience programmes or with responsibilities for learning alongside other aspects of their job. Participants must be able to communicate in written and spoken English.

Applications to participate in “Creating Innovative Learning Programmes” should be sent by 9 April.

For additional information, please visit http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/i/creating-innovative-learning-programmes/

 

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