More Clore: HE offers 3 residential bursaries – Feb to June 2019 – closing 29 October

publication coverBursaries supported by Historic England are available for heritage sector professionals in England on three residential Clore leadership courses taking place between February and June 2019, with applications closing noon, Monday 29 October.

Historic England writes:

Historic England are keen to support applications from BAME and Disabled people in recognition that they are under-represented in the sector and will also prioritise applications from people in smaller sector organisations that otherwise would have limited access to training opportunities.


Clore Leadership writes:

Leadership Pulse is a dynamic modular course for those seeking to sharpen their skills and knowledge in order to face head-on the challenges of 21st Century leadership.    Grounded in experiential learning and rich with real-life examples shared by experts from across the cultural and corporate sectors, Leadership Pulse provides essential professional and personal development for cultural leaders today. In response to feedback from previous participants and employers from across the sector, this newly designed course will span a three-month period, giving participants time to reflect on their learning and practise new skills over an extended period of time.   Leadership Pulse consists of three four-day residential workshops with Virtual Action Learning and coaching between modules to give participants the opportunity to continue conversations and work through individual and collective challenges.

The Short Course is a two-week residential course providing intensive training in the essential knowledge and skills required by cultural leaders today. Grounded in experiential learning and rich with real-life examples shared by experts from across the cultural and corporate sectors, the Short Course is an opportunity for participants to sharpen their existing skills and add to their toolkit.  The Short Course is for those that enjoy an immersive experience where they can devote themselves to their personal and professional development. The residential environment provides a safe space for self-reflection, learning and practicing new skills. By attending the course you will be equipped with the skills and competencies to drive positive change in the sector such as; confidence, resilience, and clarity of purpose. You will better understand your strengths as leader and how to build them; gain confidence on your existing skills and learn new ones.

Applications & Bursaries
Bursaries are available for heritage sector professionals in England supported by Historic England. Historic England is particularly keen to support applications from people with Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic heritage and disabled people working in heritage in recognition of the underrepresentation of these groups in the sector and especially in leadership positions. Historic England will also prioritise applications from smaller organisations in the sector that have limited access to training opportunities.

Closing date for applications is noon Monday 29 October, 2018. A wide variety of other bursaries is also available.

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