So you've trained as an Arts Award adviser. Great! On this page you can find links to everything you need to run Arts Award successfully.
If you're not a trained adviser yet learn more about the steps to getting started with Arts Award including deciding which levels to offer and how to arrange training.
Other useful links for advisers
- Access Fund provides grants of between £100-£1500 to centres for Arts Award projects working with young people for whom access and inclusion is an issue
- Find other Arts Award centres near you. Use the Centre Map or discover Arts Award Supporter, a network of arts and cultural organisations that offer activities young people can use towards their Arts Award.
- Finally keep up to date through our regular enews and read our Blog to see great examples of Arts Award in practice.
- Arts Award Voice is part of an online magazine designed to support young people to achieve their Arts Award. The Bronze, Silver and Gold Hubs offer fantastic ideas and inspiration
Top Arts Award resources
These are the top resources that you might find useful to support your Arts Award delivery, to search for more head to artsaward.org.uk/resources
- Arts Award journey posters
- Activity mapping documents
- Appropriate art forms
- Bronze off the shelf
- Portfolio building templates – Bronze
- Bronze, Silver and Gold hubs on Arts Award Voice
- Evidencing achievement
- Evidencing Arts Award: Young people with learning difficulties
- 10 steps to a successful evidence template
- Assessment report forms
- Assessment report form – step by step guide
- Evidence checklists
- Arts Award and Employability
- Adviser guidance - meeting young people at moderation
- Arts Award advocacy presentation