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Careers Digital Schools Sessions

Join a member of our learning team to find out about the huge variety of jobs behind the scenes at National Museums Scotland, and what it's like being a learning Enabler.

Our digital Careers sessions for schools are delivered as part of DYW Live. These free sessions are led by our team of Enablers and are broadcast using Microsoft Teams in Glow, via online learning resource and platform e-Sgoil.

About the session

Title

Careers in Museums: Learning staff

Suitable for

S1–3 pupils

Dates

Tue 30 Nov & Wed 1 Dec

Times

Flexible timings on specified dates, 3 slots per day

Length

30mins

Cost

Sessions are free of charge and are available to UK-based schools only.

By the end of the session, we will have

learned about the different museum sites and collections at National Museums Scotland, in the context of Scotland's tourism sector; discovered the variety of different roles that are involved in looking after and enabling access to our objects and buildings; found out about the transferable work skills involved in the job of a learning Enabler.

Description

In this session, you’ll hear from one of the learning team about their job as Learning Enablers.

Enablers are part of the team who help people learn more about
the museum’s collections by delivering workshops, events and activities. This job is all about People and Communication. Would your pupils like to do a job like this? By meeting one of the team, watching a short film, and taking part in an interactive quiz, pupils can discover more about the key transferable skills involved.

Curriculum links

I am investigating different careers/occupations, ways of working, and learning and training paths. I am gaining experience that helps me recognise the relevance of my learning, skills and interests to my future life. HWB 3-20a/HWB 4-20a

Find out more

Register interest and take part in this DYW Live session via online learning resource and platform e-Sgoil.

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