21 May 2009 | Wren Suite | St. Paul’s Cathedral | London
The second in our series of Workshops to cope with the credit crunch is called Interpretation Planning: A Step by Step Guide to Doing it Yourself. Anne Fletcher, formerly Head of Interpretation at the Historic Royal Palaces, leads this interactive session on putting together interpretation strategies for your organisation. Education and access budgets are often the first to be cut when funding gets tight, and funding for consultants is often reduced or eliminated altogether.
In this day-long session, Anne will take delegates through the four major stages of interpretation planning so you can do it yourself. Anne will give useful examples from her work at St. Paul’s and Rochester Cathedrals, the Tower of London and Hampton Court Palace. By the end of the day, delegates will have produced an outline of their own plan to kick-start their own planning strategies…the first step in getting funding for your projects.
Delegate places are £197 plus VAT for the first delegate. Subsequent delegates each get £20 off the standard rate.
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To read Anne Fletcher’s biography, click here.