Arts Award training

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DIY Theatre Company has gained a national reputation for its Arts Award Training and Support. We offer Arts Award adviser training at Discover, Explore, Bronze and Silver levels. We also offer specialist training for those interested in developing Arts Award with young people with learning disabilities and in inclusive settings.

Arts Award training courses cover everything you need to know about delivering, running and successfully completing the Arts Award. It enables you to support and assess young people through Arts Award within your organisation.

Forthcoming Arts Award Adviser Training being run by DIY Theatre Company includes:

Discover & Explore Arts Award Adviser Training:

  • 5th July 2018

Bronze & Silver Arts Award Adviser Training:

  • 12th July 2018
  • 27th September 2018

To book onto a course go to www.artsaward.org.uk

What people say about DIY’s Arts Award Adviser Training

  • Thank you. This has been very inspiring and informative.
  • Very professional and clear. Answered all questions accordingly. Really enjoyed the training.
  • Informative, very well delivered, encouraging.
  • Really good day! Feeling motivated!
  • Without the conversations we had today, I do not think I would have felt confident to deliver. Sitting in a room with other practioners & the trainer, really enabled me to build confidence & understand the process.
  • Can’t wait to get cracking – many thanks!
  • Very useful training – probably one of the best I’ve been on.
  • Left feeling comfortable and confident. Very impressed with quality of training.
  • Lots of good tips and knowledge shared.

Delivering an accessible Arts Award – Webinar

Do you work with young people who face barriers to access and inclusion?

This webinar will explore ways to make Arts Award accessible to, and inclusive of, the range of young people you work with.

20 November 2018 – 3.30pm-4.30pm

Join Arts Award trainer Sue Caudle for this webinar on delivering Arts Award to young people with additional needs. The session will explore ways to make sure that Arts Award can be accessible to, and inclusive of, the range of learners with which you work. Find out about choosing the appropriate level, some useful resources, and approaches to presenting evidence. Sue will be joined by Alan Lynch, Sector Support Manager for Schools and Further Education.

There will be allocated time for questions and issues raised during the webinar.

For more details and to join the webinar click here to find out more and register.

(The link will take you to Trinity College London’s website.)