Organised in partnership with GEM, the forum will discuss the importance of advocacy and explore many ways to advocate for education and learning provision in their organisations’ ensuring support for their work and the positive benefit it gives to participants and audiences.
MGS are holding a series of thematically focussed roundtable events online. Each will combine engaging presentations and an exercise to encourage us to all think widely about the external and internal factors facing our sector, helping to begin first step thinking around the development of the new National Strategy for museums and galleries (2023-30).
Take part in a facilitated Zoom session as part of Museums Galleries Scotland’s national consultation on how museums can contribute to our understanding of the legacies of chattel slavery, empire, and colonialism.
Join the Folklore Museums Network, Historic Environment Scotland and Museums Galleries Scotland in this collaborative workshop looking at the identification, interpretation and collection of Intangible Cultural Heritage.
*Please note if you decide to gain the ILM accreditation there is a further cost of £140 to Social Enterprise Academy.
This programme is for learners who are new or aspiring leaders. It is designed to support learners to develop key leadership skills in order to work productively with those around them and lead in an effective and authentic way.
Communities Leading in Tourism is a programme that will give you, and your community organisation, the knowledge and leadership skills you’ll need to influence, plan and manage sustainable tourism development for the benefit of your community.