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Back to Basics: Assessing Collection Risks for Emergency Plans (part 1)

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Date: Tuesday 12th January 2021

West Midlands Museum Development is running a series of collections care courses with Jane Thompson-Webb, Conservation Team Leader at Birmingham Museums Trust.  The sessions are designed to keep museums in touch with collections care and to give staff and volunteers the confidence and skills to carry out basic work when capacity is limited.  The sessions will support emergency planning around Covid-19 in relation to collections.

Back to Basics: Assessing Collection Risks for Emergency Plans

Are you confident that you know the most vulnerable areas of your collection and that your emergency plan is up to date?

This course is held over two sessions.

No more than one delegate per organisation.  Priority will be given to delegates from non-NPO and non-National museums in the West Midlands which are Accredited or officially Working Towards Accreditation.

The webinar will be live captioned by MyClearText, through StageText.

All participants will receive a Zoom link to the training prior to the event. This will be emailed to the address given in your booking.  If you have not received an email one hour before the event please contact us.  You don’t need a Zoom account, simply follow the link provided and enter the password.

If the booking button isn’t visible the course is fully booked.  Please email wmmd@ironbridge.org.uk to join the waiting list.

Back to Basics: Assessing Collection Risks for Emergency Plans

12 and 19 January 2021, 11am-1pm

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