Training Schedule

Here’s is our training schedule for May – August 2019.

May – August 2019 Training Schedule

Website development

Introduction to Web-site Development for Museums and other Heritage Institutions.

Every museum should have a web-site which is a primary touch-point for all stakeholders and visitors. We all expect that the Web provide us access to everything, and it is largely true that if it is not on the Web it does not exist!

Date: 20 – 24 May 2019. 
Time: 8h00 am – 4h30 pm.
Venue: Drankensberg.
Price: R1900.00 pp per day. Minimum of 10 persons. Big groups prices are negotiable.   

Collection Management – Spectrum 5

Training workshop on Collection Management Best Practices using Spectrum 5

Spectrum is the world-wide best practice standard for managing museum collections and heritage collections. It has been developed over a period of more than 30 years, and has been adopted by more than 30,000 museums world-wide.

Date: 3 – 7 June 2019.
Time: 8h00am – 4h30pm
Venue: Drakensberg.
Price: R1900.00 pp per day.
Minimum of 10 persons per course
Big groups prices are negotiable

Grap 103

GRAP 103 is an accounting standard for reporting on heritage collections—an audit compliance requirement for all institutions holding heritage assets. With the large size of museum collections this has become an almost impossible task, requiring the museums to fully inventorise and value every item, and to conduct audits and valuations on a regular basis.

Date: 24 – 28 June 2019. 
Time: 8h00 am – 4h30 pm.
Venue: Drankensberg.
Price: R1900.00 pp per day. Minimum of 10 persons. Big groups prices are negotiable.  

Database Management

This workshop is both an Introduction to Database Development in Access, and also a workshop on building Collection Management Systems in Access.

Date: 08 – 12 July 2019. 
Time: 8h00 am – 4h30 pm.
Venue: Drankensberg.
Price: R1900.00 pp per day. Minimum of 10 persons. Big groups prices are negotiable.  

Digitisation

Digitisation is the process of converting analogue objects into digital form. However, this term is also used to describe the life-cycle for the handling of all digital information, including born digital objects and data sets.

The digitisation life cycle which we have developed covers ten distinct processes, each of which is an essential element of successful digital preservation. These ten processes are grouped into planning, production, preservation and access and this forms the basis for analysis of digitisation requirements.

Date: 26 – 30 August 2019. 
Time: 8h00 am – 4h30 pm.
Venue: Drankensberg.
Price: R1900.00 pp per day. Minimum of 10 persons. Big groups prices are negotiable.  

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