Find out how we can support you to meet your CEP strategic aims, and be confident about advocating for the award throughout your partnership
Trinity College London is excited to be hosting a series of conversations with Cultural Education Partnership across the country, and you’re invited to join us.
We’ve consulted with, and listened to feedback from CEPs across the regions and these resulting networking events aim to provide a national platform for CEP members and partners to come together to share and shape their approaches to Arts Award.
We’ll be sparking conversations about Arts Award leadership as part of the CEP structure and how Arts Award can support your CEP’s Story of Change. We will explore the best ways to advocate for Arts Award when working in partnership with schools, and how to approach a place-based delivery model with members of your CEP across towns and cities.
Trinity College London is an international awarding organisation and UK-based charity, offering Arts Award as one of a number of certificates and qualifications across the arts, music and drama. The networking events will also be an opportunity to explore how Trinity can support your CEP’s aims more broadly.
Whether you are part of your local CEP representing an education setting, community organisation or the arts and cultural sector, you’ll take away from these networking events ideas for delivery, inspiration for collaboration, tips for advocating for Arts Award in your networks and the sense of being part of a national conversation around the arts.
Over the coming months we'll be holding a series of online networking events to which all CEP members are invited to join. You can sign up for as few or as many as interest you. Our event themes will be responsive to your feedback and also to the Arts Council England's Let's Create strategy as it emerges.
Our upcoming network events are:
Arts Award offers a tailored information session for members of your CEP at a time convenient for participants. This can include:
We think that these can be really useful and impactful sessions for CEPs, but don't just take our word for it! As a representative from the Sheffield CEP says
Talking with you was hugely useful - hearing what other CEPs are doing with Arts Awards and about particular focuses and studies that Trinity had done. We are pursuing the introduction of AA into PGCE courses as a result, and have developed our Arts Award strategy going forward.