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  • Post-Brexit visa rules could damage museum sector, MA warns
    Low-paid and freelance museum jobs may not meet immigration requirements
    Museums Association
    News
    30.11.2016
  • Grants available to help curators develop acquisition skills
    Art Fund scheme aims to help museums to build their collections
    Museums Journal
    News
    22.11.2016
  • London Transport Museum uses mentoring to support apprentices
    Mentoring is one of a number of initiatives that supports diversity and professional development at the museum
    Museum Practice
    15.11.2016
  • How to be a good mentee
    Mentees need to be clear about what they want to achieve
    Museum Practice
    15.11.2016
  • Creating an effective mentoring scheme
    The MA’s professional development officer Tamsin Russell shares her top tips on setting up a mentoring scheme
    Museum Practice
    15.11.2016
  • Making mentoring work for your museum
    Whatever approach a museum takes to mentoring it is important to have clear objectives from the start
    Museum Practice
    15.11.2016
  • Mentoring in museums
    Mentoring can help museum professionals develop values and skills needed to tackle key challenges facing the sector
    Museum Practice
    15.11.2016
  • Who got the job?
    Curator, Paxton House, Berwick-upon-Tweed
    Museums Journal
    People
    01.11.2016
  • Why I volunteer
    Stephanie Boxall, The American Museum in Britain, Bath
    Museums Journal
    People
    01.11.2016
  • Moves
    The latest moves and appointments in the museum sector
    Museums Journal
    People
    01.11.2016
  • The conversation
    How can mid-career museum professionals transform their career?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    01.11.2016
  • Staff matters
    A museum's staff has always been its most important asset. Penny Ritchie Calder looks at how the workforce is changing to meet new challenges
    Museum Practice
    Summer 2009
  • Successful recruitment
    A good person specification and job description that accurately explain the job and the skills required are the key to successful recruitment
    Museum Practice
    Summer 2009
  • Workforce training and development
    There are many ways to boost your skills and develop your career, from formal qualifications to internships, job shadowing and coaching
    Museum Practice
    Summer 2009
  • Coping with managerial responsibility
    For many people working in museums, having to take on management responsibility is inevitable - and most will need to quickly learn how to cope
    Museum Practice
    Summer 2009