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Support for Arts Award Advisers: Progression to Silver and Gold

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Support for trained Arts Award Advisers

Progression to Silver and Gold
11 September 2018

Skimstone Arts, Newcastle
14:00 – 16:30

Book at 
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/arts-award-progression-to-silver-and-gold-tickets-46614442051?ref=estw

This surgery will focus on moving on to the higher levels of Arts Award.  You will have the opportunity to hear from young people and experienced Advisers about doing Silver and Gold Arts Award.  The session will be co-delivered by trainer and moderator Jane Gray alongside trainer and adviser Claire Webster-Saaremets of Skimstone Arts.

These sessions are designed as group workshop sessions, rather than drop-in, so we encourage you to arrive ready for the start time, as we will be looking at things together, and this is a chance to network with other advisers

The Arts Award surgeries are free, however if you book and then cannot make it, we ask that you please let us know in advance so that we can allocate your space to someone else.

PLEASE NOTE: These sessions are only for people who have completed Arts Award adviser training at any level. If you are not trained but would like to find out more about Arts Award and how to access training please visit: www.artsaward.org.uk

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