Last chance to enjoy £50 off AMA registration

Nicola Sullivan, 21.03.2017
Offer runs until the end of March
Museum professionals have until the end of the month to take advantage of the £50 discount on registration for the Associateship of the Museums Association (AMA) – the Museums Association's (MA) flagship professional development award.

The reduced registration fee, which includes the first year’s annual fee, will be available until 31 March.    

The AMA is a structured programme to help museum professionals achieve their career aspirations by developing their job skills and core competences with the support of a mentor. 

It takes between two and three years to achieve the award and registration is open to anyone who works in or for museums on a full-time, part-time or voluntary basis. 


A number of phased improvements will be introduced to the programme to make it more streamlined, flexible and straightforward for participants.

The MA’s professional development officer Tamsin Russell said: “The AMA offers a really flexible approach to continuing professional development that is neither curriculum-bound nor fixed in terms of pace of completion, enabling people to focus on what they want to develop when they want to develop.



“During 2017 you will see a large number of small changes that will create a positive change larger than the sum of its parts.”


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Register for the AMA here

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Will Adams
Head of Commercial Activities, Museums Association
23.03.2017, 16:04
Dear Anonymous
Thank you for your comment. Our membership is graduated by several bands and is linked to annual salary or whether you are unwaged. Please see our join pages: www.museumsassociation.org/join/individual-membership
The AMA is a professional development award and is not linked to salary.
Best wishes
Will
Anonymous
22.03.2017, 14:24
In a sector where low pay is endemic, the MA subscription is way out of reach for many who would benefit most. Even with a £50 discount! Why not offer a graduated membership scheme linked to annual salary?