What’s it like being an Accreditation Mentor?

Join Heather Lomas, Accreditation Advisor for MDEM, and Angela Tarnowski, Accreditation Mentor for the Loughborough Carillon War Memorial and Tower as they discuss what it’s like being a Mentor, including a discussion on benefits, time and commitment needed and how you can make a positive difference in this role.

This short in conversation piece is aimed at individuals considering applying to become an Accreditation Mentor and would like to know what to expect. If you would like to know more or have an initial discussion about becoming an Accreditation Mentor in the East Midlands, please contact Heather Lomas.

For more information about the Mentor role, you my find it useful looking at the South West Museum Development resource around mentoring in the scheme.

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