The first step in delivering Arts Award is attending an adviser training course. Public training courses run regularly across the country or you can book in-house training for 6 or more staff. Find out more about training or book a place.
If you would like to discuss Arts Award before you attend training you can request a pre-training support session, or contact Caroline Bray, Arts Award's Arts & Cultural associate.
Tools to help you get going
- Read museum case studies on the Arts Award adviser hub - just put `museum' in the search box
- Read about Orleans House in Richmond's Partnership for Excellence project, working with eight museums offering Arts Award for the first time, and the benefits it brought to museums as well as young people. Working at Explore, Bronze and Silver, with different age groups and across a range of museum and heritage setting there's inspiration for everyone in this short film
- Plan your delivery Find out how your museum’s existing learning and outreach provision can be adapted to fit the Arts Award framework with these activity mapping resources for Discover, Explore, Bronze, Silver and Gold levels
- Want to develop your own arts log? Have your adviser Toolkit to hand and use this guide to help you cover everything!
Follow these links for more guidance:
Please note: the resources on this page are planning tools only and should not be used as a substitute for the adviser toolkit. In order to deliver Arts Award, you must have completed adviser training at the appropriate level. Book a place on a training course