Digital Skills for Heritage Tranche 2: decisions December 2019

Schedule of Decisions under delegated powers, 11 December 2019

#Digital2 Heritage Digital

Applicant: The Heritage Alliance

Project Description: Provide a consortium of heritage and digital experts through four partners to deliver a high quality, UK-wide training programme for the heritage sector. The aim is to drive the digital maturity of the heritage sector.

Decision: Award grant of £249,100 (100%)  

 

#Digital2 Digital Heritage Lab

Applicant: Arts Marketing Association

Project Description: Engage over 2000 people working for micro-medium heritage organisations across the UK. Provide them with best practice training and resources.

Decision: Award grant of £234,100 (95%)  

 

#Digital2

Applicant: The School for Social Entrepreneurs

Project Description: Work in partnership to deliver the Heritage Sector Digital Programme, delivering digital training and support to increase the digital skill of up to 150 heritage organisations across the UK.

Decision: Reject 

 

#Digital2 Digital Confidence for Smaller Heritage Organisations

Applicant: The Audience Agency

Project Description: Work with partners The Space, Dot Project and Heritage Trust Network to research, design, deliver and evaluate a comprehensive, free, UK-wide training programme. This will use digital skills development to drive change for smaller heritage organisations.

Decision: Reject 

 

#Digital2 Social Media Masterclass

Applicant: CharityComms

Project Description: Upskill 150 heritage charities across the UK with digital skills through 35 hours of training for each participating organisation. The programme has been designed to help participants grow digital skills and experience from an early stage.

Decision: Reject

 

#Digital2 Digital Heritage Skills for All

Applicant: Recording Archaeology

Project Description: Increase the digital skills of heritage organisations through in-person and remote training in every region in the UK, including more remote locations such as rural communities.

Decision: Reject

 

#Digital2

Applicant: ProMo Cymru

Project Description: Strengthen the digital skills and confidence of small heritage organisations, identifying needs, existing capabilities and what a positive outcome would look like for participating organisations.

Decision: Reject