Applications are now open to the NLHF-funded Business Support Programme, ‘Surviving to Thriving’ – developed by Built Environment Forum Scotland (BEFS) and partners – with applications due by noon, 3 December.
…comprehensive resilience and leadership training programme free…
The Business Support Programme ‘Surviving to Thriving: Supporting Sustainable Scottish Heritage Businesses’ was developed by Built Environment Forum Scotland, Museums Galleries Scotland and greenspace scotland to support heritage organisations in Scotland to develop sustainable business models.
The programme will deliver a comprehensive resilience and leadership training programme free of charge to approximately 40 heritage organisations across Scotland.
Training will be tailored to the needs of participants, focusing on four main themes of leadership, governance, business planning and local community engagement, and will be delivered through leadership cohorts, training courses, organisational interventions, and bespoke facilitated sessions.
Designed to build resilience across Scotland’s heritage sector, StT will invest in individual and organisational capacity through a focus on building confidence and knowledge in business practice.
This project is designed to upskill and support the work of the heritage workforce across Scotland, including representatives from at-risk organisations in all fields, but with a specific focus on those organisations with tangible assets.
Training will directly engage with the heritage workforce at vulnerable organisations and will seek to address the skills gaps identified as required for a thriving heritage sector.
The programme delivery will commence April 2021 and run for 18 months, with the expectation that participating organisations participate in between 20-30 days training within that time period across the four strands.
Eligible organisations will be awarded a community grant to enable them to fully participate in the skills programme.
To have a chat about the programme and application join us at surgeries throughout November. Book a place at here.