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Heritage Carbon Literacy Training
Various Dates (2-session course)

Carbon Literacy is a key way for organisations to gain an awareness of the causes and impacts of climate change and an understanding of carbon emissions. It provides a great foundation for individuals, teams and organisations to begin to take steps towards reducing their carbon emissions and become more environmentally sustainable.

The focus of Carbon Literacy is about empowering people to take action. To become certified as Carbon Literate you must pledge to undertake an individual and group action that will help you and your organisation to achieve net zero.


Introduction to Heritage Trust Network

6th March 2024 9.00 - 10.00

What is Heritage Trust Network? Who are our members? How do they work together in the Network? What makes us different from other national heritage organisations? Should your organisation join? Should you recommend people to join? Could you be working in partnership with us?

Join this webinar to find out.

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Heritage Futures Wales

9th March 2024 10:30 - 16:30
Port Talbot

(Welsh below/ Cymraeg isod)
Calling all aspiring heritage professionals in Wales! Join us for an inspiring day at the Heritage Futures Wales Event in Port Talbot on 9th March. This event is for young people aged 18-30 including students and individuals thinking of exploring a career in heritage.

Join us for engaging talks, workshops, networking and more! The full agenda for the day will be announced closer to the day of the event.

Save the date, spread the word, and get ready for a day filled with knowledge, connections, and fun!

Galw ar ddarpar weithwyr proffesiynol treftadaeth yng Nghymru! Ymunwch รข ni am ddiwrnod ysbrydoledig yn nigwyddiad Dyfodol Treftadaeth Cymru ym Mhort Talbot ar 9 Mawrth. Mae’r digwyddiad hwn ar gyfer pobl ifanc 18-30 oed gan gynnwys myfyrwyr, graddedigion, ac unigolion sy’n ystyried archwilio gyrfa yn nhreftadaeth.

Ymunwch a ni am sgyrsiau deniadol, gweithdai, rhwydweithio a mwy! Bydd amserlen lawn y diwrnod yn cael ei chyhoeddi yn nes at ddiwrnod y digwyddiad.

Cadwch y dyddiad, rhannwch yn eang, a pharatowch am ddiwrnod llawn gwybodaeth, cysylltiadau, a hwyl!

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Network Day

19th March 2024 10:15 - 15.45

Network Days return for 2024! These are member-only events with four different sections. Get a ticket for the whole day and drop into the sessions that interest you.

This time we have tweaked the format to showcase all our amazing new Partner members – leading heritage sector businesses with solutions for your needs. There will be plenty of time to put your questions to these sector experts about planning and delivering a heritage regeneration project, creating videos, audio-visual experiences, engaging exhibitions and contactless donation systems.


A Future for Your Church

18th April 2024 10:00 - 11:30

Join us to hear about a recent study exploring sustainable futures for three churches in Fife.

Are you a community group thinking about taking ownership of your local church? Are you already managing your church for the benefit of the community? This free online event is for you.

At this event we will hear from Fife Historic Buildings Trust how future uses and financial models have been explored for three churches in Fife.


Heritage for the Future: East Midlands 2024

23rd April 2024 10:00 - 15:00

This annual event has enabled businesses across the heritage, construction, sustainability and property sectors to showcase, connect and network with fellow industry professionals.

Organised by Heritage Lincolnshire in partnership with Heritage Trust Network, this event is aimed at heritage organisations across the East Midlands to discover how to access funding, how businesses can support their local heritage and how they can promote themselves to work on heritage buildings, speak to professional bodies and connect with membership organisations for support and advice.