Lewisham, Greenwich and Southwark Arts Award Network Cluster Meeting - 19 January 2018
Creative Ambition welcomes creative/cultural organisations, and educators in the Royal Borough of Greenwich to discuss how we can create an environment for young people to engage in meaningful and progressive, training and employment within the creative and cultural sector.
During the afternoon event there will be presentations from Jennie Godsalve, Creative and Cultural Skills, and case studies from Louise Barnell, Create Jobs/A New Direction, and Holly Burton, London Transport Museum; demonstrating the breadth of opportunities that we can provide for young people. The presentations and case studies will be interspersed with discussions on how educators and creative/cultural leaders, together, can cultivate education/training opportunities and routes to employment for young people in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
Creative Ambition takes place in The Gallery of The Woolwich Centre and is fully accessible.
Presentation: Opportunities for young people in creative and cultural industries
Jennie Godsalve – Partnership Manager, Creative and Cultural Skills
Discussion: Understanding the full range of creative and cultural opportunities?
Exploring the roles that are core to creative and cultural organisations and which skills, knowledge and behaviours best support Apprentice training and development.
Case Study: Training talented, diverse and creative young people
Louise Barnell - Programmes Manager, Create Jobs/A New Direction
Case Study: Creative Apprenticeships in practice
Holly Burton - Learning Officer: Young People, London Transport Museum
Discussion: Creative Apprenticeships as effective routes to employment
How can the Apprentice experience of an apprenticeship facilitate routes to employment in or out of the creative and cultural sector.
Next Steps: Priorities for action