Easy access to the Sporting Heritage webinar archive
If you missed one of our recent webinars or would like to watch one again this is now possible with our back catalogue of webinar recordings on our YouTube channel. See below for the sessions available. Just click on the session title to view the recording.
Do you want to do more with your collection but not sure where to start? A good inventory is at the heart of all collection work. Join us for an introduction to simple inventory making and how it can be used to start using, promoting and developing your collection in new ways.
There are many factors that can put collections at risk. Some of which we can plan for and others less so. Join us for an informative look a range of risk factors, including those caused by the latest COVID-19 pandemic, how you can mitigate against them and where to find help and support if you run into difficult times.
Oral histories can bring collections to life. Join us for an informal introduction to collecting personal testimonies, and in particular sporting memories. We will discuss a range of topics, signpost to best practise examples and recommend sources of further information and training. Session originally run on 27 August 2020.
Join Jo Boardman, with guest speaker Caroline Sampson, for this extended webinar on developing and maximising income streams for heritage organisations. The session will be split into two parts with a short break between the two. Throughout both sessions Jo talks about where the different income streams fit into your fundraising strategy and how to make a tailored case for funding so you can approach each funder with confidence.
- Part 1 focuses on grant funding from trusts and foundations
- Part 2 focuses on other income streams including trading, sponsorship & online activity
This webinar will help you to navigate your way through the maze of information, advice, support and funding available during the COVID-19 crisis. Are you able to filter out what information, advice and funding is relevant for you as well as manage your day to day operations in what is now our ‘New Normal’ way of working? This short session explores what is currently available for cultural and heritage organisations, as well as what practical systems, processes, and policies you may need to consider in the recovery phase.
Join Hugh Dan MacLennan and Michael White to take a first look at the new Sporting Heritage Memories Manual. Developed in partnership with Stirling University, this will be an opportunity to look at one of the final working drafts of the document, discuss the contents and help shape the final version.