Call out to anyone involved in Heritage to take part in Re:Model
We have teamed up with Arts & Business NI to deliver the Re:Model project, a series of free learning and discussion sessions for members of the NI Heritage sector, supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
We’re looking for 15 people who are part of the heritage sector to get involved to make real change to their resilience and impact.
What is Re:Model?
Re:Model is an opportunity: a chance to look at what you do and remember why you started in the first place. In the era of diminishing returns, Re:Model is a chance to build back better.
Re:Model is not your run-of-the mill training programme. It is a mix of workshops where participants will work together in small groups, partake in one-to-one support sessions and attend networking meetings.
The aim of Re:Model is for participants to create their own, practical change plan to take back to their organisation. This change plan will act as a roadmap to guide how they work every day moving forward, to make their organisation more resilient and sustainable.
Some of the questions Re:Model will explore are:
- Why do you exist and what is it that makes you love what you do?
- How do you fit into people’s lives and why do they care?
- How can your resilience be increased? What does resilience mean for our participants?
Who is it for?
Re:Model is for any person working in an organisation with a strong focus on either natural, built, cultural or intangible heritage.
- It is not just for senior management. We believe that real change comes from any person involved in the organisation.
- If you want to try and future proof your heritage organisation: it’s for you.
- If you are ready to try and look at how you work in a new way: it’s for you.
- If you want to stick to your usual ways of working: it’s probably not for you.
Some practical details
The programme is free. We will work with host 15 heritage participants over a 7-month period.
The workshops will begin on Wednesday 21st October 2020 and run until April 2021. The next two workshops will take place on 18th November and 9th December 2020.
Want to know more?
We’re holding an online information event on Thursday 8th October at 11.00 on Zoom. Come along and see if this opportunity is for you.
Applications are now closed for the information session.
How to apply?
To apply, download and fill in this application form.
To be considered, please send the form back to Claire Rose Canavan at firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday 14th October, 12pm.
Successful applicants will be notified on 16th October.
The programme will run again next year and applications will reopen in September 2021.
If you have any question about the programme, please get in touch with Claire Rose Canavan at email@example.com