Training Events

Training events initiated by WAHWN:- 

Social Prescribing and the Arts

Date: 15/01/2020 | Location: | Cost: Celf o Gwmpas, Llandrindod Wells

Summary:

Led by Jane Willis this training workshop will cover the role the arts play within social prescribing, explore how it fits within the wider arts and social care policy and examine the evidence base.

Content:

Link to booking:- engage.org/happenings/social-prescribing-and-the-arts

Creative Evaluation

Date: 30/01/2020 | Location: Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea | Cost: £70 organisations, £35 freelance practitioners

Summary:

Led by Jane Willis this workshop will focus on how to develop and use creative evaluation approaches to evaluation with confidence and credibility.

Content:

Booking link:- engage.org/happenings/creative-evaluation

The Question of Quality

Date: 26/02/2020 | Location: Atrium, University of South Wales, Cardiff | Cost:

Summary:

Do you want to be able to articulate, advocate for and improve the quality of your work? This workshop will explore how to embed and evidence quality in our arts and health work. Led by Jane Willis, Willis Newson

Content:

Booking link:- engage.org/happenings/the-question-of-quality/

WAHWN Network meeting

Date: 12/03/2020 | Location: Peak, Crickhowell | Cost:

Summary:

This will be delivered in partnership with Artworks Cymru. It is open to all who want to share practice and network. Contributions will include Mess Up the Mess Theatre Company. 

Content:

Booking link:-  engage.org/happenings/wahwn-mid-wales-network-meeting/

Enhancing Healthcare Environments

Date: 13/05/2020 | Location: National Dance Company Wales, Cardiff | Cost:

Summary:

bookings details and further information to follow 

Content:

bookings details and further information to follow 

Past  WAHWN training has included:- 

  • ‘The Art of Health in Wales’ Showcase and Symposium - a strategic training and networking event which bought together over 40 arts and health professionals and experts from Wales and the UK, aimed at strengthening the sector in Wales and exploring strategic actions including rallying for Welsh Government representation in the sector as well as linking with the goals outlined in the Well-being of Future Generations Act. Contributors included Cynnal Cymru/Sustain Wales; Sally lewis, ACW; Tim Joss, Aesop and Dr John Wyn Owen. View event summary report and video presentations: engage.org/engcymru16AH
  • Creative & Credible Arts and Health Evaluation training led by Jane Willis of Willis Newson explored key principles and methodologies for evaluating arts for health and wellbeing programmes. Examining the different phases of the Creative and Credible evaluation cycle, the training was aimed at helping participants to understand how to develop a robust and credible evaluation framework appropriate to their project aims and resources; aimed at helping to build a robust evidence base in Wales. View our Knowledge Bank here.
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