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Planning for a Successful Project in the Arts & Cultural Sector
6 August @ 10:00 - 16:00£51 – £85
Whether you are developing a funding application or are at the point of initiating a funded project, this workshop will leave you fully equipped and inspired to deliver your own arts and cultural projects.
Our expert trainer will support you to consider the different elements needed to deliver a successful project, including organisational structure, engagement models and ways of measuring impact. You will also be helped to identify the different policies and organisational practices that will need to be in place.
This online course has been created for individuals and organisations at the early stages of planning a project and will support them to consider the elements needed at this developmental stage.
Explore decision making models, helping you to consider the organisational structure of your project.
Look at theories of participation and participatory frameworks so that you can plan how people might engage with your project.
Develop systems and logic models to help monitor and evaluate the work that you deliver.
Identify the inputs, outputs, and outcomes of your project
Consider how you might measure impact
Look at the pros and cons of partnership work and the areas to consider
Identify the policy and practice that you need to have in place to support the delivery of your project.
Full price: £85 per person
Bursary rate: £51
We are pleased to offer a limited number of bursary places for this course, priced at £51 per person. Bursary places are available for individuals that meet the below criteria, and are allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Part-time worker (2 days or less per week)
To take advantage of a bursary place, please select ‘Bursary place’ at checkout, and select which of the bursary criteria you fulfil when prompted on the booking form. We reserve the right to charge full price if we believe an individual has incorrectly claimed a bursary place.
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