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  • Introduction to Arts and Health

    An introduction to and overview of the diverse field of arts and health. We will explore why and how the arts can be so beneficial to a range of health and wellbeing issues, examine the evidence base, look at case studies and projects from around the country, and consider the future possibilities and challenges. Please note this training does not focus on Arts for Health Cornwall as a charity – it is about the wider field of arts and health.

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  • Designing Your Project

    A practical session aimed at helping you develop your project ideas - focussed on outcomes, target groups, the evidence base, time scales and accessibility, planning your activities, including volunteers, choosing a location and creating a budget.

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  • Delivering Creative Projects for Mental Health and Wellbeing

    As well as exploring the benefits of creativity for mental wellbeing, this session includes mental health awareness, advice on facilitating successful sessions, being aware of safeguarding issues and considering boundaries for practitioners, participants and volunteers.

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  • Putting in a Successful Funding Bid

    Learn how to select the right funders for your project, structure your funding bid and become more confident and skilled in writing your bid to make you and your project stand out.

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  • Delivering Creative Projects for Older People

    This session explores the benefits of creativity for older people in the community, in care settings, and those living with dementia. You will learn how to tailor your practice so it is accessible and engaging, find out more about safeguarding issues, get advice about working in care settings and have a brief introduction to dementia awareness.

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  • Documenting, Reporting and Evaluating

    This session focuses on the importance of documenting, reporting and evaluating your project – why should you do it, how do you do it, and who should you share it with. An essential session for anyone considering running their own project.

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