7 February 2019, 10.00-16.30, Discovery Museum, Newcastle
Freeman Tilden, the “father of interpretation” believed that interpretation is an art, but one which can be taught. We will share the skills of this “art” and explore Tilden’s other principles of interpretation through hands-on learning. You will discover the background and context for interpretive theory and be supported to put it into practice in a meaningful way.
“It’s been really helpful to have a framework to work within and to gain a better understanding of the principles that lie behind good interpretation” – Past participant
27 February 2019, 9.30-17.00, Kensington Palace, London
This course will equip learning professionals with the tools and skills that will enable the building of well-funded, resilient and sustainable learning programmes in the short, medium and long-term.
“I have already started to think more strategically about fundraising and have two practical scenarios that I am going to apply the theory I learned to. I am also much more aware of how we approach things like commissioning and ensuring we have full cost recovery on our projects.” – Past participant
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