AIM Hallmarks Programme
National Maritime Museum Cornwall
How can AIM members benefit from the AIM Hallmarks of Prospering Museums?
The ‘AIM Hallmarks of Prospering Museums’ offer a framework to help museums and heritage organisations throughout the UK. The Hallmarks identify what it is about how successful heritage organisations work that enables them to prosper and thrive.
The Hallmarks are based on the understanding that successful museums share certain characteristics: a culture of resourcefulness, passion and willingness to try new things. These are all things that give prospering museums and heritage organisations their independent spirit and are rooted in how organisations think and behave, rather than in their size or structure.
AIM members can benefit from a variety of schemes under the AIM Hallmarks Programme, including the following:
AIM Hallmarks Governance Programme
Being a museum or heritage trustee can be a rewarding but sometimes daunting task, so AIM is delighted to offer a Governance programme, designed to offer new opportunities for museum boards and trustees to share experiences, explore new approaches and benefit from expert support.
Included in the programme is:
Museum and Heritage Trustee Newsletter
Published quarterly, the AIM Trustee newsletter is packed with the advice, news and ideas that trustees particularly need. To sign up please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Prospering Boards for Prospering Museums
This strand is designed to assist boards in their development, with the aim of strengthening and increasing their capacity to offer effective leadership to their museums, using the Hallmarks as a guide.
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Participants will receive bespoke, one-to-one support from a specialist consultant, who will work with them to identify and address particular challenges specific to them. For more information please contact: Margaret Harrison: email@example.com
AIM Hallmarks Grants
The AIM Hallmarks Grants support Accredited Museums or museums Working Towards Accreditation in England. There is a total fund of £60,000 in 2020-2021. The grants are funded by Arts Council England, through AIM’s National Portfolio Organisation funding.
This year grants of up to £10,000 will be available to support projects addressing AIM’s new Tackling Inequality Hallmark.
Further information can be found on the AIM Hallmarks Grants page>>