Event Booking Now Open – How Accreditation Can Power Your Museum to Success!
The South West Museum Development team are pleased to announce booking is now open for our SW Museum Skills: Plus event ‘How Accreditation Can Power Your Museum to Success!’.
Thursday 4 April 2019
10am – 4.30pm
Exeter Community Centre
About the Day
Accreditation sets out nationally-agreed standards for running a museum from its governance, to how it manages collections, to how it engages with communities. How this is achieved is set out in a museums statement of purpose which is fundamental to everything it does. For more information on Accreditation, click here.
This event is an opportunity to hear all about the latest changes with the scheme from Arts Council England and an opportunity to meet members of the South West Museum Development team and learn how we can support you in all aspects of running a museum. You will also have the opportunity to meet the Accreditation Manager for Arts Council England and the Outreach Officer for Collections Trust to pose your questions on the newly refreshed Accreditation Standard and Spectrum 5.
What you will take away from the day
- An understanding of key changes to the refreshed 2018 Accreditation Standard
- How you can use Accreditation as a blueprint for success
- Top tips on how to achieve and evidence how you meet the accreditation standard
- How South West Museum Development can support your museum
Who is this event for?
This day is for museums in the Accreditation Scheme in the South West, whether you are a returning museum, working towards Accreditation or are thinking about whether Accreditation is right for your museum.
This day is brought to you by the South West Museum Development programme, the regional development provider for museums in the South West since 2012. South West Museum Development works in partnership with Arts Council England to deliver advisory services for the Accreditation Scheme. Our mission is to support museums in the region to achieve sustainable improvements and maximise their benefits to audiences and communities.