Presentation on theme: "Workforce development for the Cultural Sector Skin, ACE Dance and Music Photo: Brian Slater 04/07/2011 Laura Gander-Howe Director of Learning Arts Council."— Presentation transcript:
Workforce development for the Cultural Sector Skin, ACE Dance and Music Photo: Brian Slater 04/07/2011 Laura Gander-Howe Director of Learning Arts Council England
Arts Council England works to get great art to everyone by championing, developing and investing in artistic experiences that enriching people’s lives Currently focused on 6 artforms Investing £450m treasure and £150m national lottery
Achieving great art for everyone 10 year vision with 5 goals Goal 1: Talent and artistic excellence are thriving and celebrated Goal 2: More people experience and are inspired by the arts Goal 3: The arts are sustainable, resilient and innovative Goal 4: The arts leadership and workforce are diverse and highly skilled Goal 5: Every child and young person has the opportunity to experience the richness of the arts
Wider cultural footprint Work to integrate Museum and Library functions: Museum and Library sector development and improvement Renaissance Cultural Property and collections functions London 2012 – stories of the World section details can appear here.
Cont. Transfer - October 2011 ACE’s ambition to achieve closer collaboration between arts, museum and libraries Increase leverage Improve quality of services and increase impact
Work in progress An evolving and emerging picture Need to prioritise and sequence integration and development Work to maximise new opportunities of closer alignment through a wider cultural footprint
Cont. Current focus: Future Renaissance Integration of staff Work around accreditation, designation, national security advice l section details can appear here.
Adjusting Achieving Great Arts for everyone Companion piece, reflecting a new, wider cultural footprint Focus on museums and libraries Identify the benefits and opportunities for ACE and partners in having a role across arts and culture
Goal 4 The arts leadership and workforce are diverse and highly skilled Priority 1 - Building a network of arts leaders who value sharing their knowledge and skills, for the benefit of the arts and civil society Priority 2 -Creating equal opportunities to enter the arts workforce Emerging policy development – can extend across wider cultural footprint
Arts Council England’s approach The Creative Case for Diversity – Focus partnerships National Skills Academy Sector Skills Councils National Portfolio Organisations Further and Higher Education Government: DCMS, BIS, DfE
Cont. Awarding bodies Apprenticeships Code of conduct for internships Role of Further Education Alternative routes to HE IAG Kite mark for practitioners
Joint exploration of: Renewed commitment to leadership Explore what constitutes excellent cultural leadership Governance Safeguard expertise and development of a wider range of skills Champion a collective approach to diversity
Cont. Build on and learn from: Cultural Leadership programme Renaissance Sector Skills Council evidence
Build policy work around Goal 4 Identify skills needs: specialist, IT, business Identify generic and bespoke needs Maximise role of partners Economies of scales Clarity and clear opportunities Leverage of BIS resources to support workforce development needs