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Our courses develop the skills of staff and volunteers in museums, archives and libraries in Wales.

Our courses are free for anyone who works or volunteers in museums, archives and libraries in Wales.

To register your interest in any of our courses, complete the expressions of interest form and return it to MALDworkforce@gov.wales

January 2018

Modes Compact  - MOMA Machynlleth - 19 January 2018

This course will be an introduction to Modes Compact and an overview of using procedure records and linked data.

February

Supporting children with special educational needs - Wrexham Museum, 1 February

A practical course to explore the needs of children and young people with learning difficulties. It will identify ways to make museums, libraries, archives and other cultural and heritage organisations more accessible, valuable and attractive to them.

Managing photographs - Welsh Government office, Llandudno Junction, 13 February

Photographs are found in many collections in museums, libraries and archives. Their care requires an understanding of the nature of different photographic processes and their requirements.

Managing photographs - Cardiff Story, 15 February

Photographs are found in many collections in museums, libraries and archives. Their care requires an understanding of the nature of different photographic processes and their requirements.

Supporting family learning - Welsh Government Office Llandudno Junction, 27 February

An interactive course for museum, library and archive staff to explore the value of family learning and identify practical strategies for delivering it effectively.

Working with teenagers - Welsh Government Office Llandudno Junction, 28 February

An interactive course for people working in libraries, museums and archives who want to enhance provision for teenagers. The course will explore young people’s needs and identify practical strategies for working with them successfully.