Picture shows trainees delivering reminisence sessions in Barking .
The trainee will receive a £15,000 training bursary. This paid accredited training is ring-fenced for a young person from the Gascoigne Estate in Barking.
The trainee will undergo a twelve month training and work experience programme covering a broad range of heritage/arts (including oral history), management and project development skills, and will also undertake an NVQ (QCF) accredited Level 3 in Cultural Heritage. Skills gained will equip trainees to manage their own heritage/arts project within the community sector or within other sectors (arts, environment, libraries, health etc) wishing to run community based heritage projects. The trainee will receive training and gain skills in the following: interviewing, research, design, exhibition design, website development, community outreach, delivering school workshops, delivering talks and presentations, fundraising, volunteer management and multi- media. All our trainees gain employment with six months of completing this training programme. No previous training or experience is needed to apply for this training position.