A facility providing specialist training in environmental, archaeological and museum-based education has been awarded top marks by the Adult Learning Inspectorate (ALI).
East Sussex Archaeology and Museums Project (ESAMP), based in the Anne of Cleves House museum in Lewes and managed by the county council’s transport and environment department, was awarded three awards of grade 1 of “outstanding” for learning and training. The inspections are used to measure and improve education standards. ESAMP Manager Tristan Bareham feels the process of the Common Inspection Framework through to the actual inspections helps to drive forward the level of training within their organisation. “We appreciate the value of having a number of highly qualified external specialists rigorously assessing our systems and forming professional judgments about them,” said Bareham.
Programme member Beverley Green said she had gained confidence as well as extremely valuable skills in the museum environment. “Without the chance that the ESAMP project gave me I”m sure that I would never have fulfilled my ambition of working within museums,” said Green.
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