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CRED-ABILITY: INTRODUCTORY WORKSHOP

Join us at the Cred-Ability introductory workshop to discover more about the Cred-Ability project, find out the results of our initial consultation, try out some of the units we are developing, tell us about yourself (and your organisation), and discover how you can get involved!

Date: 27/02/2024 – 27/02/2024

Time:10:00


Following the initial sector consultation launched in March 2013, we are running an introductory session to present the research results and introduce the project in more detail to people who are interested in taking part in this EU funded professional development programme. We will also take you through the Cred-Ability training course, and present some short taster workshops based on the modules we are currently developing.

This introductory workshop is an opportunity for you to find out more about the Cred-Ability training programme and for us to get your feedback. And afterwards, if you like what we’re doing, you’ll be able to sign up to the full pilot training programme that starts in September 2013.

The introductory workshop is free.

Venue: ICCE (Institute for Creative and Cultural Enterprise), Goldsmiths, University of London, New Cross, London, SE14 6NW

How to find: http://www.gold.ac.uk/find-us/

Register at http://www.cred-ability.eu/node/78

Read Alan Clarke’s and Hannah Hull’s most recent articles about about the Cred-ability project on the Arts Professional Cred-ability Hub.

 

Overall Project Presentation

  • 1000 Introduction to Cred-Ability (Christine Cellier)
  • 1015 Background to training modules (Matthew Taylor)
  • 1030 Research findings (Alan Clarke)
  • 1045 Training programme outline (Alan Clarke)
  • 1100 Coffee & Feedback

Workshop Tasters

  • 1130 Module workshops 1
  1.  Module 1 (Agnes Bohley / Christine Cellier)
  2.  Module 2 (Hannah Hull)
  3.  Module 3 (Alan Clarke)
  • 1215 Module workshops 2

1300 Lunch

  • 1400 Module workshops 3
  • 1445 Coffee
  • 1500 Accreditation (Alan Clarke)
  • 1530 Plenary session: questions & discussion

1630 Finish

For further information, please contact Christine Cellier, project co-ordinator christine@seedsforgrowth.org.uk


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