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Bronze & Silver Arts Award Adviser Training - UCA Rochester

  • 21st July 2020
  • Hosted by University for the Creative ArtsDelivered at: Rochester Campus

Staff at KaMCOP partner schools and colleges have the opportunity to train as an Arts Award Adviser for FREE as part of our collaborative outreach offer.

Tuesday 21st July, 10am-4pm - UCA Rochester.

Staff at KaMCOP partner schools and colleges have the opportunity to train as an Arts Award Adviser for FREE as part of our collaborative outreach offer.

Advisers are crucial to Arts Award. They need to communicate with children and young people successfully and offer them effective support while they are working towards their Award.

This course is suitable for anyone who works with young people aged 11 to 25 and meets the requirements outlined in the Arts Award Adviser person specification.

Arts Award inspires young people to grow their arts and leadership talents. The training will enable attendees to deliver Bronze (Level 1) and Silver (Level 2) Arts Award qualifications to young people at your school or college.

Please note, you do not need to be an arts teacher to be trained as an Adviser! In addition, if your school or college isn’t yet delivering Arts Award, this is a great first step.

If you have any questions, please get in touch – kamcop@uca.ac.uk

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Bronze & Silver Arts Award Adviser Training - UCA Rochester

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