Whether you have funded projects that you need to evaluate for your reporting purposes or you want to improve your practice through evaluating your learning programme, evaluation is key to measuring the impact of your work. This training day will combine hands-on sessions and talks drawing on the expertise of academics, practitioners, evaluation consultants and funders to give a rounded perspective on how and why it is important to … Continue Reading ››
Hosted by Chelsea Physic Garden, bgen delivered a varied programme of presentations, networking opportunities and case studies to help develop fundraising skills. It was a very positive event attended by 34 participants and speakers, representing a good range of botanic gardens, heritage and charitable organisations. This content is for members only. Members can log in now to read more. Non-members can join instantly from £10 a year here. The following content is accessible for members only, please sign in or join bgen to read on.
This programme looked at implementation of the new curriculum and explored what was new and how it impacted on organisations. Delegates appreciated the lovely surroundings of the South London Botanical Institute and the delicious lunch provided there. This content is for members only. Members can log in now to read more. Non-members can join instantly from £10 a year here. The following content is accessible for members only, please sign in or join bgen to read on.
'THE BIG PICNIC; seeking, sharing and making new connections in outdoor learning' • bgen (Botanic Gardens Education Network) • FACE (Farming and Countryside Education) • FEN (Forest Education), • LEEF (London Environmental Educators Forum Four outdoor education networks came together to explore and share approaches to learning, make new connections and find ways of working together. bgen, FACE, FEN and LEEF hosted the day together at the South London Botanical Institute. The BIG Picnic received very good feedback and provided a forum to exchange ideas … Continue Reading ››