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By West Midlands Museum Development / Posted on Tuesday 11th September 2018

The revised Accreditation Standard will go live on 1 November, this workshop is your opportunity to hear about key changes.

Join West Midlands Museum Development on 16 November at Hereford Cider Museum to:

  • Learn about key changes to the Museum Accreditation Standard
  • Consider collections and the law
  • Understand the benefits of an up to date procedural manual and Spectrum compliance
  • Hear about the realities of undertaking a collections rationalisation project
  • Enjoy a guided tour of the Cider Museum

Annette French, Accreditation Manager, Arts Council England will introduce the key changes to the Accreditation Standard, including a Q&A session

Janet Ulph, Professor of Commercial Law, University of Leicester specialises in museums and the law. Her presentation will focus on loans and orphan collections, both issues relevant to most museums.

Sarah Brown, Outreach Officer, Collections Trust will consider the role of an up to date procedural manual in day to day operations and succession planning, and how Spectrum supports Accreditation.

Tim Heathcote, Shropshire Museum Service will talk through the service’s recent rationalisation project, its aims, challenges and benefits.

Please make the most of the opportunity and come armed with your own questions for our speakers.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided at this free event.

Book here.

10.30am-3.30pm, 16 November, Hereford Cider Museum HR4 0EF

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