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Work-based Learning In Practice: A practical workshop for cultural and heritage organisations

by on February 12, 2016

Tate is delighted to invite you to Work-based Learning In Practice: A practical workshop for cultural and heritage organisations, which builds on Tate’s learning from the 2012-2015 ‘Skills for the Future programme’, at Tate Britain on Wednesday 17 February 2016. Attendees are invited to arrive via the Clore Entrance from 12.15 for lunch and registration. The workshop will commence at 13.00.

Tate’s ‘Skills for the Future’ training programme ran for three years, from October 2011 to December 2014, and was supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. During this time, 27 trainees successfully completed an 18 month training placement in our Collection Care division and made an important contribution to Tate’s work. Those based in Conservation undertook specialist training, while the trainee Registrars, Art Handlers and Photography Technicians achieved a Diploma in Cultural Heritage, in partnership with the V&A.

 As a result of ‘Skills for the Future’, a successful framework for work-based learning was introduced at Tate. We also made a range of changes to our recruitment processes, which ensured that the programme attracted young people from a variety of backgrounds, each of whom brought enthusiasm, new skills and fresh perspectives to the organisation

This afternoon workshop will provide an opportunity for delegates to learn from Tate’s ‘Skills for the Future’ project, discuss the challenges and opportunities of work based learning, and gain practical support and advice. 

This event is free to attend, but places are limited and must be booked in advance. Please RSVP to Juliette Boyd or by calling +44(0)20 7821 2956.


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