Successful Selection Workshop
This interactive workshop will provide a masterclass in CV development; whether you are a student at pre-entry, early career; someone transferring into the sector, ex-freelancers; or someone with a portfolio career.
We will share hints and tips for effective interviews, as well as exploring other selection techniques and how to nail them.
As part of the workshop we will focus on ‘gaps’ and we will discuss what you may need to develop and how to do so to be able to meet the requirements for both short-listing and successful appointment.
This workshop will have relevance for anyone working, volunteering or thinking about joining the sector. Existing Museums Association Members welcome as is anyone with an interest in the museums and galleries sector. Why not book on and begin your next career chapter.
Click the link to register for tickets online now: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/museums-association-successful-selection-workshop-tickets-41865140763
The date and time for this workshop has unfortunately changed. Updated details will follow as soon as possible.
NEW DATE: FRIDAY 20TH APRIL 2018
Time: To be Confirmed
To mark the centenary of the creation of the Royal Air Force in 1918, PRONI in conjunction with the NI War Memorial and the RAF are hosting a one day conference exploring a hundred years of the RAF in Northern Ireland.
Speakers will include amongst others: Guy Warner, Ernie Cromie, Dr Pat McCarthy, Joe Gleeson, Nina Hadaway, Nigel Henderson and representatives from the RAF.
Topics to be covered include: Irish men who served in the RFC and RAF, RFC/RNAS/RAF memorials in Belfast, the Irish Training Depot Stations at Baldonnel, Collinstown and Tallaght, the aircraft built for the RFC and RAF at Harland & Wolff, and the formation of the WRAF.
Visit eventbrite to find out more and to register for this free event.
Visit the RAF 100 website to find out what else is happening in your local area to commemorate the centenary of the RAF.
Drawing Day 2018
Saturday 19th May 2018 – @ 12-4pm
Visit the War Memorial Museum on Drawing Day to take part in a day of creativity inspired by our Second World War collection. Discover more about the Belfast Blitz, the Home Front in Northern Ireland, American GIs, and the contemporary art in the Museum. Pick up a pencil and draw – and then share your art on our Facebook page.
Chalk and colouring pencils will be provided, with drawing activities to suit all ages. You can drop-in any time between 12 noon and 4pm.
People of all ages can join in listening to 1940s music and playing with 1940s toys and board games.
No experience or booking required
For more information visit: www.niwarmemorial.org
On 11th November 2018, the United Kingdom and its friends overseas will mark the day 100 years ago when the guns fell silent at the end of the First World War.
Battle’s Over – A Nation’s Tribute is a series of commemorative events that already has over 800 councils, communities and organisations involved.
To find your local event or for more information on the series of commemorations and on how you can take part please see the below document.