The National Army Museum offers training for museum staff, volunteer and trustees. All NAM training is available to book via their website.
For the first time, AIM members can take advantage of discounted training with NAM:
You can receive:
*A 50% discount on all day courses (Regular price: £100 (plus VAT) AIM members price: £50 (plus VAT)
*£100 off the week-long Curator’s Course. (Regular price: £400 (plus VAT) AIM members price: £300)
If you have any questions or would like to view a more detailed schedule for any of the training sessions please do feel free to contact Kelsey Loveless at email@example.com
Monday, 7 October – Friday, 11 October 2019 (National Army Museum, London)
£300 for AIM members
This training week covers various subjects relevant to curators working in small museums. Topics include an introduction to conservation, collections standards and care, records management, marketing your museum, fundraising, community outreach, developing exhibitions and much more. The training also includes a day of best practice visits to other museums in London as well as a ticket to attend the Army Museums Ogilby Trust Conference. Please note that trustees, volunteers and museum staff in various roles (not just curators) are welcome to attend.
Tuesday, 5 November (National Army Museum, London) – FULLY BOOKED
Thursday, 7 November (Royal Armouries, Leeds) – Limited places
£50 for AIM members
The Firearms in Museums training course focuses on the administrative considerations, legal requirements, weapon handling, conservation and history of firearms. This course is run in partnership between the National Army Museum, the Royal Armouries and the Army Museums Ogilby Trust.
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