Arts Adviser Training

So schools can facilitate the Arts Award process in house, we have supported teachers from Medway and Sheppey to become Arts Award advisers by paying 100% of their training. The benefits of this are they now have flexibility to run Arts Award at a time that suits them with the functionality to have this provision built into school’s culture.

As an Arts Award adviser, teachers have become fully qualified to lead a group of students through the process of working towards their Arts Award. Meaning the school won’t have to cover the cost of hiring an external adviser. The Adviser’s role is to support the students along the journey as they take on challenges ranging from writing about live theatre to getting involved in creative projects and demonstrating how they’ve taught something artistic to others.

Theatre31 works closely with Trinity College and can advise on upcoming training sessions, including Discover, Explore, Silver and Gold level Arts Award.

How does Arts Award benefit young people? 

The aim of the Arts Award initiative is not only to give young people access to arts and culture, but to reach young people with a range of abilities, backgrounds and individual learning requirements.  Young people can achieve Arts Award levels Discover, Explore, Bronze, Silver or Gold and proudly display the results of their nationally recognised qualification on their CV.