Accreditation for Beginners, Huguenot MuseumEvent Date:4 March 2020 10:30 am — 4 March 2020 1:00pm
|Trainer||Sarah Brown, Collections Trust;
Kate Hebditch, SEMD
|Date / Time||Workshop 1: 10.30-1.00|
Accreditation for beginners
Could Museum Accreditation benefit my museum? Come and find out in this introductory session. We’ll look at what the benefits are and what’s involved in an application. You’ll learn if your museum is likely to be eligible for Accreditation or whether you will need to make changes first. Sarah Brown from the Collections Trust will talk about managing collections and using Spectrum 5.0, the standard for maintaining collections and the information about them. Kate Hebditch, SEMD Accreditation Adviser, will outline what plans and policies you will need to develop and how to go about making an application.
This session is relevant to trustees, staff or volunteers from museums that are not Accredited at present.
- Understand the benefits of Accreditation
- Understand the requirements of the scheme and the time commitment involved
- Understand what Spectrum is and how it relates to Accreditation
- Understand the two stages of the process of applying
- Find out where to go for Accreditation support
To sign up for this event, please click here.
|Workshop 1: Accreditation for beginners|
|Registration and coffee from 10.15am.
10.30am Welcome and introductions
10.40am Museum Accreditation – what are the benefits?
Kate Hebditch, Accreditation Adviser, SEMD
10.50am Applying for Accreditation – what’s involved?
Applying for eligibility
The full application and its requirements for Organisational Health, Managing Collections, and Users and their Experiences
11.50am An introduction to managing collections and using Spectrum
Sarah Brown, Outreach Officer, Collections Trust
12.30pm Support with your application:
Collections Trust resources Sarah Brown
SEMD and Accreditation Mentors Kate Hebditch