Blog

Last Few Places – Museums as Spaces for Wellbeing – Partnerships Training Day

Roz Bonnet, 10.10.2017

Museums as Spaces for Wellbeing – Partnerships Training Day

Tuesday 17th October, M Shed, Bristol

Are you interested in exploring how your museum could contribute to people’s health and wellbeing and would like to explore more about partnership working to enable you to do this? Over the course of this workshop participants will gain the skills and confidence to develop their thinking about partnership work to support the delivery of health and wellbeing provision within their museum.

The training will help attendees to: overcome the barriers to working with the health sector, create opportunities to contact and meet with potential health and wellbeing partners and explore ways to co-create impact measures.

This training will be delivered by the National Alliance for Museums, Health and Wellbeing which is funded by Arts Council England. The Alliance is a place where information about museums and health can be shared; to improve existing practice, help build resilience and provide resources and support for those individuals and organisations working in this area of activity. Please visit their website for more details: https://museumsandwellbeingalliance.wordpress.com/

Who should attend?

This training is aimed at museum staff or volunteers, who are interested in developing and delivering health and wellbeing work within their organisation

What will you learn?

Day will include:

  • A chance to explore the benefits and challenges of partnership working
  • Hear two museum case studies and their experiences of partnerships
  • Explore key work which needs to take place as an organisation before undertaking work
  • Look at ways to measure impact
  • Networking opportunities with potential external partners

To Book: As this is the second part of a two part training course places are limited please contact l.bedford@ucl.ac.uk if you are interested in booking

Categories:

Leave a Reply