Helping Museum Trustees to Get Ahead: Free AIM Governance Sessions

Being a museum or heritage trustee is a rewarding but sometimes daunting task, so as part of the AIM Hallmarks Governance Programme, AIM has introduced a series of special sessions tailored to meet the needs of trustees today.

These free sessions are suitable for all trustees: you might be a new trustee and unsure of your responsibilities or a more experienced trustee who would like the opportunity to network and share your experiences with others – no matter what your background, these sessions will help you to gain confidence in your role.

Supported by Arts Council England and sponsored by Development Partners, each session will show you how to strengthen governance in your museum to help it prosper and thrive. The sessions will also inspire and revitalise the way you work by offering fresh thinking, a chance for reflection and a mutually supportive peer network.

These sessions will take place at

  • Woking: The Lightbox – 14 March 2016 (3-5pm)
  • Exeter: The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery – 15 March 2016 (3 – 5pm)
  • London: The Museum of the Order of St John– 16 March 2016 (3-5pm)
  • Manchester: The People’s History Museum – 23 March 2016 (2.30 – 4.30pm)
  • York: The Bar Convent – 13 April 2016 (3-5pm)
  • Coventry: The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum– 14 April 2016 (3 – 5pm)
  • Newcastle: Seven Stories – 18 April 2016 (3 – 5pm)
  • Nottingham: Galleries of Justice Museum – 19 April 2016 (3 – 5pm)
  • Cambridge: Hughes Hall – 20 April 2016 (3 – 5pm)

For further information, or to book your place please see here.

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