Demystifying ILFA

Date: 18 January 2008
Location: The Grosvenor Museum, Chester
Duration: 10.00 - 15.30
Cost: £20 Federation members, £30 non members

Open to all staff working in museums, libraries and archives, this training day is designed for museum professionals who want to explore and discover practical ways of using the Inspiring Learning for All framework. Gain ideas on how to use ILFA strategically as a planning tool. Find solutions on encouraging staff across the museum to engage with the Framework. Understand what Generic Learning Outcomes are and how they can be used as an effective evaluation tool for all learning activities.


  • Suzanne Spicer, GEM Convenor and Learning Manager, Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester
  • Sue Hughes, Museum Manager, Grosvenor Museum

By the end of the session, participants will:

  • have gained confidence in using ILFA
  • have developed skills in using the Inspiring Learning for All Framework as a planning tool to improve learning provision in your museum
  • have developed knowledge of the Generic Learning Outcomes - the learning theories that underpin ILFA

This event is provided by GEM NW working in partnership with Renaissance North West

To book a place please contact Suzanne Spicer, GEM Grosvenor, Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester, Liverpool Street, Castlefield Manchester M3 4FP
T: 0161 606 0150

MLA North West
Ground Floor, The Malt Building, Wilderspool Park, Greenalls Avenue, Warrington WA4 6HL
Tel: 01925 625050 | Fax: 01925 243453