Inspirational and practical, my training events help people achieve their aims for heritage interpretation. Here are some examples of my work in the UK.
A thought-provoking and enjoyable introduction to interpretation planning for the 21st century, this course looks at interpretation as an essential part of heritage site management.
I’m fascinated by the role of words and language in interpretation. My training courses on writing help others to get fascinated too.
As part of the radical re-development of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow, I ran a series of workshops for the entire curatorial and education staff team.
Workshops for the volunteer guides at Braemar Castle helped them define key themes and storylines, develop a consistent, professional approach, and draft text for temporary displays.
This pioneer training scheme raised awareness of Scotland’s world-class wildlife, and encouraged people such as guest house owners or information centre staff to share their knowledge with visitors.
This event looks at the powerful stories that museum collections can tell and how to interpret them. It has been a popular feature in Museums Galleries Scotland’s training programme.
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