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Museums and galleries around the world are experiencing unprecedented growth and rapid change. These changes accelerate the need to train a new generation of museum leaders. In response to this need, the British Council and University College London (UCL) have joined together to launch the Museum Training School.
The mission of the Museum Training School is to provide arts and heritage professionals from around the world with the skills and knowledge necessary to increase the sustainability and growth of museums and galleries.
The synergy of the British Council and UCL provides a unique learning experience with an international approach and outlook. The alumni of the Museum Training School will join a global network of museum and gallery leaders.
The 2014 Summer School will take place in
London, home to many of the world’s top museums and art galleries.
The next Museum Training School will take place in 2016. To register your interest, please contact the British Council’s Cultural Skills Unit at email@example.com with your name, country and the name of your institution or visit the British Council website to see details as soon as they are announced.
The Summer School offers four stand-alone courses that can be taken alone or in sequence.
4th - 8th August 2014
course will give participants the skills necessary to develop and
nurture relationships between museums and non-museum organisations
to increase capacity and extend their reach.
11th - 15th August 2014
This course will provide participants with the necessary skills to lead the development of museum and gallery exhibitions and understand the practical aspects of exhibition organisation, including touring exhibitions.
25th - 29th August 2014
This course will give participants the skills to help their museums increase engagement with families, social and civic groups and other institutions that serve local communities.