Date: 23 October 2007
Location: MLA North West, Warrington
Duration: 10.00 - 16.00
It reflects a set of common values and defines the basic skills and knowledge needed by people working with children, young people and families. This session provides an introduction to the MLA interpretation of the six areas of expertise and knowledge.
Tutor/Speakers will include:
Madeleine Rogerson, MLA North West
Heather Lomas, Heritage and Museums Consultant
By the end of the session, participants will:
have the ability to describe and demonstrate an understanding of the five key outcomes for children and young people
have improved knowledge of the Every Child Matters Common Core
gain knowledge of the MLA six areas of expertise completed during a Common Core self-assessment
This session is for museum and archive staff involved in work with children and young people. Preference will be given to those participating in the MLA North West Strategic Commissioning Learning Links teacher placement programme.
To book a place please send your completed booking form to Workforce Development, MLA North West, The Brew House, Wilderspool Park, Greenall’s Avenue, Warrington WA4 6HL
T: 01925 625050
F: 01925 243453