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#HeritageChat Twitter Poll – Outcome

Thanks to all who took part in our Twitter poll on the proposed #HeritageChat! The overwhelmingly positive response means that we are now able to take this forward. #HeritageChat grew from a desire to create more opportunities for the sector to contribute to Heritage2020 activity. As such, we’re still taking suggestions for topics, as well as receiving expressions of interest in running the monthly sessions. For more details, visit our #HeritageChat homepage, which outlines the project in full.

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#HeritageChat

Heritage2020 is seeking views on a proposed monthly Twitter chat, #HeritageChat. Instead of a traditional consultation exercise, this year we want to create more opportunities for the sector to contribute directly to the Heritage2020 themes and working group activities. From 10th-16th August, Heritage2020 is running a Twitter poll to see how many people would take part in a #HeritageChat. To learn more about how #HeritageChat might run see Heritage 2020 Get Involved.

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Working Group Action Plans

Using the responses from the 2016 Consultation, each Working Group has determined their actions for the coming year. These are available as the Working Group Action Plans, which demonstrates how the intended actions meet the aims of each group as laid out in the Heritage 2020 Framework. The Action Plans are also available on the individual Working Group pages.

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Summary of responses to the 2016 consultation

The Heritage 2020 consultation that took place at the end of 2016 saw valuable contributions from a range of organisations and individuals to the questions posed around the five working groups’ priorities. A summary, including how the groups will take forward suggestions made is now available. Summary of 2016 consultation responses.

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Understanding Changes to Apprenticeships

The summary of the Capacity Building workshop on Apprenticeship Reform, in which participants were updated on the Apprenticeship Levy and Apprenticeship Reform in England; shared experience and practice in developing new apprenticeship standards; and established next steps and priorities going forward is now available online together with the presentations.

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Diversity in the historic environment sector

On 8th February, members of the Heritage 2020 working groups and the Historic Environment Forum came together to discuss diversity in the historic environment sector and how priorities could be addressed through collaborative working. Notes from the day are now available. The challenges, priority actions and suggestions for collaboration resulted in three core themes: ‘data’, ‘process’, and ‘perception’.

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Apprenticeship Reform: cultural heritage workshop, 15 March 2017, London

Hosted by the Heritage 2020 Capacity Building Group, this workshop is aimed at people closely involved in creating the infrastructure for cultural heritage Apprenticeships in England. There is a limited number of places but people actively involved in Apprenticeship reform are welcome. If you have a contribution to make, please email skills@hlf.org.uk by 24 February explaining why you are interested in attending.

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Heritage 2020 Consultation – 2016

The 2016 consultation is looking for contributions to the initial Heritage 2020 priorities for collaboration including: examples of research needs, your thoughts on the new Apprenticeships, and on guidance to support the transfer of publicly owned heritage assets, what is needed to make it easier for small organisations to improve diversity in public engagement, and how Heritage 2020 can support you in making the case for the value of heritage.

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Heritage & Research: Bridging the Gap, 26 October

On 26 October, The Heritage Alliance is hosting a debate to explore how heritage research influences public and private sector decision-making – or not.
Experts with academic, property and political perspectives will speak about how transfer mechanisms work in practice and what might be done to strengthen them.
Further information.

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Heritage 2020 website launched

Our new website is a major step forward in the Heritage 2020 project and our ability to share progress and seek further input. Take a look around the site and tell us what you think.

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