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Watch online: Evaluation for Arts, Culture and Heritage Workshop

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Have you taken our new free-to-access online course, Evaluation for Arts, Culture and Heritage: Principles and Practice?

Did you miss the chance to join us for our follow-up workshop exploring the course in further detail? If so, you can watch it back now via our YouTube channel.

In September 2023, we launched our free self-guided course, Evaluation for Arts, Culture and Heritage: Principles and Practice. Participants have been building their skills and confidence in evaluation. They’ve also been learning how to use the Evaluation Principles in their work. 

To reflect on the course, we hosted a follow-up workshop in October. We invited participants to hear more about why we made the course, how its learning can be implemented and where we can be creative in our evaluation work.

If you’ve taken the course already, or are currently working your way through it, this workshop is a great opportunity to hear more from the people who put it together. Chaired by Centre for Cultural Value co-director and Chief Executive of The Audience Agency Anne Torregiani, we talked to our module leaders about why they chose to focus on the specific areas of evaluation covered by the course. 

If you’re interested in taking the course in the future, this workshop will provide you with an idea of its structure and learning outcomes. During the event, we heard from two guest speakers, Sarah Bradbury (Community and Participation Consultant at the National Trust) and Anna Wiseman (a freelancer consulting on strategic partnerships and tech for good). They shared their experiences of taking the course – and how it has impacted their approach to evaluation. 

You can watch the full video below, or via our YouTube channel.

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