Événements d'apprentissage

Approfondissez vos connaissances! Prenez part dans un webinaire ou participez à un événement et apprenez des stratégies pour soulever des fonds, augmenter vos revenues et revitaliser votre place ou centre-ville patrimoniale. Revenez souvent pour le pré-inscription pour les événements à venir.

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12:15 - 1:15

COVID-19 et le secteur du patrimoine : rassemblements du clan les premiers et troisièmes mardis

GRATUIT

Ces sessions nous fournissent des occasions de se réunir virtuellement afin que nous puissions chacun partager nos mises à jour. Comment les sites réagissent-ils au contexte modifié pour l'utilisation, la visite et le rassemblement dans les sites historiques? Le climat économique en évolution et les mesures de relance futures seront-ils positifs ou négatifs pour les bâtiments existants et anciens?

Veuillez vous joindre à cette série de conversation essentielle chaque mois sur le premier et troisième mardi pour entendre et partager des idées avec des pairs à travers le pays et nous dire ce dont vous avez besoin.

Tout le monde est le bienvenu.

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12:15 - 1:00

Survival and Revival: Risk and Cash Flow Management During/Post COVID-19

FREE

The National Trust is pleased to partner with the Otus Group to deliver this timely webinar. In under 45 minutes, Francis Liska and Richard MacNeill from OTUS Group will provide you with insight on risk and cash flow management essentials you can use during and post COVID-19. There will be an opportunity for questions and answers.

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10:00 - 12:00

Virtual Reality: Unlocking the Potential – Part 2 of our Accessing Heritage Places From Home webinar series

FREE

Presented by: CIPA Emerging Professionals; International Council on Monuments and Sites; NSERC Create Heritage Engineering Program; and the National Trust for Canada

Virtual Reality (VR) is an exciting and immersive way to engage with heritage sites and institutions. In this webinar we will share some of the ways various experts are using this tool to bring culture and heritage into the home. The webinar is suitable for those with multiple levels of technical knowledge, from beginners to experts of VR.

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Événements passés


May 28, 2020

Digital Platforms for Heritage Places 101


May 27, 2020

The COVID-19 Crisis and Insurance Issues at Historic Sites


May 19, 2020

Session #5: COVID-19 and the Heritage Sector: First and Third Tuesday Gatherings of the Clan


May 13, 2020

How Historic Places Can Engage their Audience During a Crisis


May 7, 2020

Accessing Heritage from Home


May 5, 2020

Session #4: COVID-19 and the Heritage Sector: First and Third Tuesday Gatherings of the Clan


April 21, 2020

Session #3: COVID-19 and the Heritage Sector: First and Third Tuesday Gatherings of the Clan


April 7, 2020

Session #2: The “heritage industry” and COVID-19


April 2, 2020

Session #1: COVID-19, historic places and the charitable sector


March 11, 2020

Six Steps to Telling Your Heritage Story


February 26, 2020

Climate Change in Heritage Places: Learning from Parks Canada’s Climate Change Adaptation Workshops


February 5, 2020

Regenerating Places of Faith


January 15, 2020

How heritage organizations can gain a competitive edge in sponsorship


December 4, 2019

How to use Social Media to Attract Supporters to your Historic Place


November 13, 2019

Practical Approaches to Heritage Rehabilitation


September 25, 2019

How to Find and Secure Grants for your Heritage Project


September 11, 2019

Rural Heritage Forum


June 26, 2019

How to find your heritage donors and turn them into loyal supporters


June 5, 2019

Regenerating Places of Faith


May 1, 2019

Rural Heritage: A follow-up discussion from the round-table in Fredericton


April 11, 2019

Indigenous Heritage Places and Perspectives: What you’ve been wanting to ask


March 19, 2019

Pricing for profit and purpose at your historic site


February 26, 2019

Techniques for breaking through the clutter and creating a memorable brand


January 17, 2019

How to use social media to attract supporters for your historic place