CPD Bursaries Application 2024 Word Version

This is a word version to help you prepare your application. Please do not submit this version, but apply using the online form. If you need any support to complete the application contact Sue, The online application form is available from 14 June.

CPD Bursaries Guidance 2024

Please read the guidance before applying for a bursary.  Applications open on 14 June and are assessed on a rolling basis until 6 December, or until all the funds are allocated.

Directors and Advisors Group Recruitment Specification

Seeds for Action: Festival for the Future

West Cheshire Museums – A sustainability festival including craft fairs, outdoor yoga, open mic nights, ‘climate ceilidhs’, clothes swaps, litter picks, pub quizzes, eco-storytelling, and a local circus troupe. Accompanied by a travelling Augmented Reality exhibition about plastic pollution.

Seeds for Action: A Sky Garden and More…

Warrington Museum & Art Gallery – Creating a Sky Garden and rolling out Carbon Literacy Training.

Seeds for Action: Dippy on Tour Exhibition

Touchstones Rochdale – The Dippy on Tour exhibition, an installation of over 1000 knitted bees, and the start of climate action work.

Seeds for Action: A Space To Be Project

Scarborough Museums & Galleries – A Space to Be – a community space with sustainability at its heart, including activities exploring nature, supporting discussion and debate.

Seeds for Action: Greening the Museum

REME Museum – Greening the Museum through creating a wildflower garden and ‘Dig for Victory’ vegetable patch.

Seeds for Action: The Flood Tapestry Project

Quaker Tapestry Museum – The Flood Tapestry Project, creating a way for the people to share their experience of the Storm Desmond flooding, and to celebrate community resilience.

Seeds for Action: Improving our Carbon Footprint

National Football Museum (NFM) – One of the first museums in the country to officially become a Carbon Literacy Organisation. NFM is aiming to reduce their direct carbon emissions by 50% by 2025 through staff training, visitor engagement and new lighting.