Arts Council England
Reviewing the Accreditation scheme – have your say
In January this year we announced that we'll be reviewing certain aspects of the Museum Accreditation Scheme – and we need your help.
The review has so far been shaped by the UK Accreditation Partners (Arts Council England, Museums Galleries Scotland, the Welsh Government, and Northern Ireland Museums Council) and has benefitted from discussions with wider stakeholders including the Museum Development Network, the Accreditation Committee, and the Association of Independent Museums which along with other sector bodies are represented on our External Advisory Panel.
The survey, which was launched yesterday, will help us gain wider views to inform the review.
Scott Furlong, Director of Collections and Cultural Property at Arts Council England said: “We started the Accreditation Review earlier this year and, through valuable conversations with external colleagues, we have identified opportunities to refocus, simplify and improve elements of the Scheme. We are keen to hear from a wide range of people about their experiences of Accreditation. We really value all feedback and ideas, and will use the insights we gain from the survey to inform our future plans for the UK Scheme.”
Have your say
You’re invited to participate through the following survey links:
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