Farewell To Our Current Trainees – But View The Films!

We are now at the end of our second tranche of placements, and the steering group and others involved in the project wish all the trainees the best of luck with their future career plans.

Short films have been made of each trainee in their placements, and these can be viewed on you-tube by following the links below.

Kerry Whitehouse at the George Marshall Medical Museum  and the Infirmary

Lucy Maycock at the Elgar Birthplace Museum

Anneka Muller at the Museum of Royal Worcester

Deirdre McKeown at Worcester Cathedral Library and Archive 

Alison Winston at the University of Worcester Research Collections and the Hurd Library 

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One thought on “Farewell To Our Current Trainees – But View The Films!

  1. Reblogged this on The Marches Network and commented:
    Nurturing Worcestershire’s Treasures was a heritage training project funded through the Heritage Lottery Fund’s Skills for the Future programme. Trainees spent 15 months following a structured training programme including work-based learning and studying for a Post Graduate Certificate. These films will be of interest to anyone wanting to work in the heritage sector or find out more about ‘behind-the-scenes’ museum work.

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