What is an adviser training course?
To become an Arts Award adviser and support and assess children and young people through Arts Award you need to successfully complete a training course.
Our training courses are offered throughout the year in various locations across the UK, and cover everything you need to know about delivering, running and successfully completing Arts Award at your organisation.
Can I be an adviser and what courses are available?
Read our Arts Award adviser person specification to find out if Arts Award training is right for you.
Below you can find a full table of all the courses we run across the UK and links to further information on each course. You should find everything you need to know about how our courses are run, including their content and what they cover.
To book any training course, click on the links in the table below to find out who the courses are for, what they cover and how to book on. You can find further help with bookings on our step-by-step guide.
Or simply search for local courses and BOOK NOW.
* These costs cover courses from September 2017 - August 2018.
Please make sure that you have read and understood the Terms and Conditions of booking.
Can I run a training course at my organisation?
We also offer in-house training where a trainer can run a course at a date, time and location to suit you.
You can book any of our courses to be delivered in this way, which is more cost-effective if you are training 6 to 15 people. To find out more about this you can read our information on in-house training.
I have access needs or specific individual requirements
Arts Award is continually working to improve access to our programmes, including training courses, for everyone with specific individual requirements. You can find out more on this here.
Disabled access for all our adviser training venues is listed on each training date listing. If you need further information or have specific access needs, please contact us as far in advance as you can so that we may make and confirm suitable adjustments to the training day for you.
You should also find you can let us know of any requirements when you book online or via the Late Booking form, if this option is open to you.
Please note, if advisers need training materials in accessible digital formats or advance copies of material for BSL interpreters, we will need a minimum of 6 weeks notice to provide materials in hard copy large print, Braille or as audio recordings, as these are produced to order.
Please also note we require at least 8 weeks notice for certain other requests such as securing British Sign Language translators.
I have already trained, is there other support available?
If you trained a while ago, there is no need to retrain at the same level. You can find all sorts of help and resources on the Adviser Hub to help you get restarted with Arts Award, where you can also look into our different support options to check your eligibility to receive direct advice for delivering Arts Award at your centre.
You can find further details on what else you might need to do to get restarted here.
I still have a few questions...
If you still have a few questions regarding booking a training course or you have booked or attended a training course and have a query, you may be able to find your answer on our Help Centre.
If your query is not answered by our FAQs, you can also get in touch with us here.
I've been on a training course and would like to share how it went!
We're always keen to hear back from our advisers on how their training course went. We use the feedback you provide to help us know what we're doing right, where we can improve and what else we can do to help you on your way.
Please do let us know what you think by filling out this Adviser Training Feedback form.