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Heritage & Tourism Training Programme
This free, online training programme is run in partnership with Nottinghamshire County Council.
The programme aims to support organisations within the nature, heritage and tourism sectors to develop their product to enable visitors to the county to stay longer and spend more while preserving what we have for future generations.
The fully resourced sessions are led by specialists and enable organisations to become more resilient, knowledgeable and equipped.
You can view the programme, find out how to book, and download the resources below. Resources from the sessions such as presentations, guidance sheets and webinar recordings will be available as soon as possible after the session has taken place.
The Miner2Major scheme is funded to work with organisations based or active in the Sherwood Forest area, but as we are running this training in partnership and online we are able to offer the opportunity to a wider audience.
An Introduction to Copyright
Introduction to Copyright Online Training (12th Nov 2020) by Ruth Imeson, Inspire Archives Manager. Hosted by Nottinghamshire County Council and the Miner 2 Major Landscape Partnership project.
You can watch the recording of the training below:
Volunteering during the Covid 19 Pandemic
This is a recording of the online training that took place on the 1st December 2020 about Volunteering during the Covid-19 pandemic when Nottinghamshire had just entered Tier 3 restrictions. Guidance changes continually as the situation unfolds so be sure to check the www.gov.uk website for further updates.
The session was hosted by Nottinghamshire County Council in partnership with the Miner 2 Major Landscape Partnership Scheme.
The session was led by Louise Casey-Simpson of Newark and Sherwood CVS, Sue McDonald NCC Green Spaces Community Liaison Officer and Margret Vince, volunteer for Friends of Bestwood Country Park.
You can find Louise's Power Point presentation here.