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Chair:
Helena Good (she/her)
Speakers:
Megan Stamper (she/her)
Elma Murray (she/her)
Markus Offer (he/him)
Gabi Gillott (she/her)
People at the Heart of our Work
| Session two | 13:30 - 14:20
Workforce
#StrategySymposium2024
| Assistant Curator, Scottish Football Museum
| Deputy Chair, Developing the Young Workforce National Employers Forum
Chair, Young Scot
| Director, Daydream Believers
| Skills Development Manager, Museums Galleries Scotland
| Workforce for the Future Project Officer, Museums Galleries Scotland
Workforce for the Future
#StrategySymposium2024
Markus Offer
Skills Development Manager, Museums Galleries Scotland
Workforce for the Future
Overview
• Initiated in response to a sector-identified need
for earlier employability work with young
people who might otherwise be excluded from
the sector.​
• Working in partnership with Developing the
Young Workforce (DYW), museums and
schools in lower Scottish Index of Multiple
Deprivation areas (SIMD). ​
• Each museum works with a school chosen in
partnership with DYW and creates a different
resource and legacy.​
• School and museum work together over 6/7
sessions to co-create a resource in the museum,
which boosts pupil’s confidence, employability
skills and relationship with the museum​
Workforce for the Future
Pilot
After successfully delivering pilot projects with P5,
P6 and P7 pupils across different areas in Scotland
we looked to broaden the reach and upscale the
Schools project to have more impact.
- Stirling Smith
- Arbroath Signal Tower
- H.M.S Unicorn Pilot
Workforce for the Future
• Developing employability skills with P5, P6, P7,
S1 and S2
• Providing a teacher’s toolkit and resources to
further sustain this way of partnership working
• Minimum of 21 more council areas over 3 years
reaching all 32
• Funding for the project has contributed to
creation of pupil-lead guided tours, transport,
museum passes, new interactives in museums,
audio tours, etc.
Pilot
ArtFund Y1
ArtFund Y2
ArtFund Y3
• Engaging with S1/S2 Pupils – hard-to-reach group
for lots of museums
• Working in 8 local authority areas, over 2 years
• We have created a free, nationally-accessible
learning resource with Daydream Believers
• Ambition for every council area in Scotland to have
their own local example of this way of working
Workforce for the Future
Pilot
ArtFund Y1
ArtFund Y2
ArtFund Y3
PPL Fund
Workforce for the Future
Overview
• National reach
• Relationship building between Museums, schools and external partners
• A wider range of people engaging with their local museum
• Boost reputation of Heritage employers
• De-mystifying heritage careers
• Breaking down barriers between the museum and its community
• Diversifying the workforce pipeline through targeting pupils in lower deciles of SIMD
• Increased pre-subject choice employability skills
• Placemaking
• More effective engagement with Developing the Young Workforce
• Museums signed up to Young Person’s Guarantee
• Free national learning resource created
Workforce for the Future
Pathways
2018 – 2019 Skills For Success Programme
2018 – 2019 Became an SQA Assessment Centre
2020 – 2021 Showed demand for vocational learning and trained sector based assessors
2021 – 2022 – Kickstart Scheme Employability work
2021 – 2022 – Workforce for the Future initial pilots run
2022 – The SVQ in Museums Galleries Practice was turned into a Modern Apprenticeship (no upper age limit)
2022 – Present – Workforce for the future projects, modern apprenticeship delivery and DYW activity
Creating
Opportunities
Workforce of the Future: The Hollybrook
Scottish Cup Gallery Project.
Megan Stamper, Curatorial Assistant,
Scottish Football Museum
The Project
Local pupils from the Hollybrook Academy attended the
Scottish Football Museum over ten sessions covering all
aspects of the museum and heritage environment. The pupils
explored the extensive trophy collections within the museum,
looking for inspiration in order for them to design their own
winning trophy. A local graphic designer then digitised the
pupils’ designs to create a ‘Design your own Trophy’
interactive for the newly refurbished ‘Scottish Cup Gallery’
Exhibition.
The project was split into three sections:
01
02
03
Meeting Museums
This covered the first two sessions of the project
and focused on the role and responsibilities of
museums within our society and the different kind
of jobs within a museum.
Objects & Interpretation
• Object Handling
• Show & Tell (my favourite thing)
• Researching and creating exhibitions, label
writing
• Photography
• Presenting their ‘Mini Museum’
Scottish Cup Gallery Creation
• Researching the Scottish Football Museum
trophy collection
• Exploring different symbols and objects that are
represented on the trophies
• Design aspect: Asking what symbols and objects
they would use on their trophy and what
material their trophy would be made of
Challenges &
Successes
Challenges
·Difficulties in finding time and budget to ensure that learners with
special educational needs and disabilities can access and benefit fully.
·A further challenge is capturing the value to pupils, teachers, families,
professionals and localities in ways that articulate museums’ important
and distinct role in the local educational landscape.
·Keeping in contact with individual parties when working through the
project, as people have different workloads and working hours.
Organising the initial project has been a challenge.
Successes
·Working with the Hollybrook Academy has allowed the pupils and the
staff within the Scottish Football Museum to create a close working
relationship that can be built on and developed into future projects.
·The museum has been able to explore the possibility of delivering
educational workshops in the future with the created learning
resources.
• The Hollybrook pupils have learnt about the diversity
of job roles in the heritage sector. The Scottish Football
Museum has built a relationship with the local school,
creating the possibility of future partnerships.
• The Hollybrook pupils have developed literacy,
numeracy, critical investigation, comprehension, and
creativity. Working together and individually, the
pupils have discovered the museum’s collections and
expanded their knowledge of the history of the
collection.
• The Hollybrook pupils have developed their
confidence, skills and aspirations as they discover the
museum as a place of work whilst increasing their
employability skills.
The Impact
• Using the MGS evaluation resources allowed us to conduct Two
separate evaluation sessions at the beginning and end of the
project. This helped us measure the children’s gained
knowledge throughout the 10 sessions and the topics they found
most enjoyable during their time with us.
• We found that when working with pupils with additional support
needs, breaking up the sessions into smaller fragments of time
allowed us to support children with special educational needs
effectively. Particularly by having smaller group teaching and
learning strategies that can increase student engagement,
retention of knowledge, self-directed learning, communication
skills, teamwork ability, and peer discussion.
• Using clear communication and concise language when
interacting with children is invaluable. Adapt your
communication style based on their individual needs, such as
using visual aids, sign language, or augmentative and
alternative
Guidance & Top Tips
Hollybrook Academy project contact details:
Megan Stamper, Curatorial Assistant at the Scottish
Football Museum.
Megan.Stamper@scottishfootballmuseum.org.uk
0141 620 4086
Workforce for the future
A collaboration with
Daydream Believers and
Museums Galleries Scotland
The Experience
Explore museums and their purpose
Build a Marseum team
Use research to forecast the future
Learn the art of story making
Use interpretive design to create a museum
experience that’s out of this world
Respond to an meteoroid disaster
developing the young
workforce
Making it easy for you to
connect with education so
young people develop the skills
and knowledge they need to
succeed in the world of work
why invest in young
people?
• Understand the world of work and feel prepared
to make choices for their next steps
• Discover how subjects, interests, strengths and
skills relate to job roles
• Build networks and social capital, skills,
confidence, knowledge and ideas for choices and
next steps
• Earlier access to future talent, ease skills gaps and
recruitment pressures
• Make a difference to the lives of young people
including those who face the biggest challenges
• Connect with a diverse range of young people who
can bring wider life experiences, new ideas and skills
• Feel connected to your local community, enhancing
your profile as an employer of choice
• Meet your organisation's social responsibility
Young People
Employers
Research tells us this has a positive impact on
• Exam Results
• Progression routes
• Earnings potential
Research tells us this has a positive impact on
• Employee Engagement
• Motivation and productivity at work
How to Get
Involved
• Local and national support
• DYW Coordinator in every
State Secondary School
• Free service
Have an Hour?
Have a Day?
Have More Time?
Deliver a skills session, employability
session or class talk
Get involved in a career event, host a
workplace visit, support with mock
interviews
Get involved in Work Placements,
Mentoring, Curriculum Development
Find out more: https://dyw.scot
@DYWScot DYW Scotland
Daydream Believers
Developing the Young Workforce
Gabi Gillott
Markus Offer
Megan Stamper
Contact details
| Session two | 13:30 - 14:20
Workforce
#StrategySymposium2024
| hello@daydreambelievers.co.uk
| info@dyw.scot
| gabig@museumsgalleriesscotland.org.uk
| markuso@museumsgalleriesscotland.org.uk
| megan.stamper@scottishfootballmuseum.org.uk

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Auditorium Session 2 - Workforce - Diversity/Skills & Confidence

  • 1. Chair: Helena Good (she/her) Speakers: Megan Stamper (she/her) Elma Murray (she/her) Markus Offer (he/him) Gabi Gillott (she/her) People at the Heart of our Work | Session two | 13:30 - 14:20 Workforce #StrategySymposium2024 | Assistant Curator, Scottish Football Museum | Deputy Chair, Developing the Young Workforce National Employers Forum Chair, Young Scot | Director, Daydream Believers | Skills Development Manager, Museums Galleries Scotland | Workforce for the Future Project Officer, Museums Galleries Scotland
  • 2. Workforce for the Future #StrategySymposium2024 Markus Offer Skills Development Manager, Museums Galleries Scotland
  • 3. Workforce for the Future Overview • Initiated in response to a sector-identified need for earlier employability work with young people who might otherwise be excluded from the sector.​ • Working in partnership with Developing the Young Workforce (DYW), museums and schools in lower Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation areas (SIMD). ​ • Each museum works with a school chosen in partnership with DYW and creates a different resource and legacy.​ • School and museum work together over 6/7 sessions to co-create a resource in the museum, which boosts pupil’s confidence, employability skills and relationship with the museum​
  • 4. Workforce for the Future Pilot After successfully delivering pilot projects with P5, P6 and P7 pupils across different areas in Scotland we looked to broaden the reach and upscale the Schools project to have more impact. - Stirling Smith - Arbroath Signal Tower - H.M.S Unicorn Pilot
  • 5. Workforce for the Future • Developing employability skills with P5, P6, P7, S1 and S2 • Providing a teacher’s toolkit and resources to further sustain this way of partnership working • Minimum of 21 more council areas over 3 years reaching all 32 • Funding for the project has contributed to creation of pupil-lead guided tours, transport, museum passes, new interactives in museums, audio tours, etc. Pilot ArtFund Y1 ArtFund Y2 ArtFund Y3
  • 6. • Engaging with S1/S2 Pupils – hard-to-reach group for lots of museums • Working in 8 local authority areas, over 2 years • We have created a free, nationally-accessible learning resource with Daydream Believers • Ambition for every council area in Scotland to have their own local example of this way of working Workforce for the Future Pilot ArtFund Y1 ArtFund Y2 ArtFund Y3 PPL Fund
  • 7. Workforce for the Future Overview • National reach • Relationship building between Museums, schools and external partners • A wider range of people engaging with their local museum • Boost reputation of Heritage employers • De-mystifying heritage careers • Breaking down barriers between the museum and its community • Diversifying the workforce pipeline through targeting pupils in lower deciles of SIMD • Increased pre-subject choice employability skills • Placemaking • More effective engagement with Developing the Young Workforce • Museums signed up to Young Person’s Guarantee • Free national learning resource created
  • 8. Workforce for the Future Pathways 2018 – 2019 Skills For Success Programme 2018 – 2019 Became an SQA Assessment Centre 2020 – 2021 Showed demand for vocational learning and trained sector based assessors 2021 – 2022 – Kickstart Scheme Employability work 2021 – 2022 – Workforce for the Future initial pilots run 2022 – The SVQ in Museums Galleries Practice was turned into a Modern Apprenticeship (no upper age limit) 2022 – Present – Workforce for the future projects, modern apprenticeship delivery and DYW activity
  • 9. Creating Opportunities Workforce of the Future: The Hollybrook Scottish Cup Gallery Project. Megan Stamper, Curatorial Assistant, Scottish Football Museum
  • 10. The Project Local pupils from the Hollybrook Academy attended the Scottish Football Museum over ten sessions covering all aspects of the museum and heritage environment. The pupils explored the extensive trophy collections within the museum, looking for inspiration in order for them to design their own winning trophy. A local graphic designer then digitised the pupils’ designs to create a ‘Design your own Trophy’ interactive for the newly refurbished ‘Scottish Cup Gallery’ Exhibition.
  • 11. The project was split into three sections: 01 02 03
  • 12. Meeting Museums This covered the first two sessions of the project and focused on the role and responsibilities of museums within our society and the different kind of jobs within a museum.
  • 13. Objects & Interpretation • Object Handling • Show & Tell (my favourite thing) • Researching and creating exhibitions, label writing • Photography • Presenting their ‘Mini Museum’
  • 14. Scottish Cup Gallery Creation • Researching the Scottish Football Museum trophy collection • Exploring different symbols and objects that are represented on the trophies • Design aspect: Asking what symbols and objects they would use on their trophy and what material their trophy would be made of
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  • 17. Challenges & Successes Challenges ·Difficulties in finding time and budget to ensure that learners with special educational needs and disabilities can access and benefit fully. ·A further challenge is capturing the value to pupils, teachers, families, professionals and localities in ways that articulate museums’ important and distinct role in the local educational landscape. ·Keeping in contact with individual parties when working through the project, as people have different workloads and working hours. Organising the initial project has been a challenge. Successes ·Working with the Hollybrook Academy has allowed the pupils and the staff within the Scottish Football Museum to create a close working relationship that can be built on and developed into future projects. ·The museum has been able to explore the possibility of delivering educational workshops in the future with the created learning resources.
  • 18. • The Hollybrook pupils have learnt about the diversity of job roles in the heritage sector. The Scottish Football Museum has built a relationship with the local school, creating the possibility of future partnerships. • The Hollybrook pupils have developed literacy, numeracy, critical investigation, comprehension, and creativity. Working together and individually, the pupils have discovered the museum’s collections and expanded their knowledge of the history of the collection. • The Hollybrook pupils have developed their confidence, skills and aspirations as they discover the museum as a place of work whilst increasing their employability skills. The Impact
  • 19. • Using the MGS evaluation resources allowed us to conduct Two separate evaluation sessions at the beginning and end of the project. This helped us measure the children’s gained knowledge throughout the 10 sessions and the topics they found most enjoyable during their time with us. • We found that when working with pupils with additional support needs, breaking up the sessions into smaller fragments of time allowed us to support children with special educational needs effectively. Particularly by having smaller group teaching and learning strategies that can increase student engagement, retention of knowledge, self-directed learning, communication skills, teamwork ability, and peer discussion. • Using clear communication and concise language when interacting with children is invaluable. Adapt your communication style based on their individual needs, such as using visual aids, sign language, or augmentative and alternative Guidance & Top Tips
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  • 21. Hollybrook Academy project contact details: Megan Stamper, Curatorial Assistant at the Scottish Football Museum. Megan.Stamper@scottishfootballmuseum.org.uk 0141 620 4086
  • 22. Workforce for the future A collaboration with Daydream Believers and Museums Galleries Scotland
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  • 51. developing the young workforce Making it easy for you to connect with education so young people develop the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the world of work
  • 52. why invest in young people? • Understand the world of work and feel prepared to make choices for their next steps • Discover how subjects, interests, strengths and skills relate to job roles • Build networks and social capital, skills, confidence, knowledge and ideas for choices and next steps • Earlier access to future talent, ease skills gaps and recruitment pressures • Make a difference to the lives of young people including those who face the biggest challenges • Connect with a diverse range of young people who can bring wider life experiences, new ideas and skills • Feel connected to your local community, enhancing your profile as an employer of choice • Meet your organisation's social responsibility Young People Employers Research tells us this has a positive impact on • Exam Results • Progression routes • Earnings potential Research tells us this has a positive impact on • Employee Engagement • Motivation and productivity at work
  • 53. How to Get Involved • Local and national support • DYW Coordinator in every State Secondary School • Free service Have an Hour? Have a Day? Have More Time? Deliver a skills session, employability session or class talk Get involved in a career event, host a workplace visit, support with mock interviews Get involved in Work Placements, Mentoring, Curriculum Development Find out more: https://dyw.scot @DYWScot DYW Scotland
  • 54. Daydream Believers Developing the Young Workforce Gabi Gillott Markus Offer Megan Stamper Contact details | Session two | 13:30 - 14:20 Workforce #StrategySymposium2024 | hello@daydreambelievers.co.uk | info@dyw.scot | gabig@museumsgalleriesscotland.org.uk | markuso@museumsgalleriesscotland.org.uk | megan.stamper@scottishfootballmuseum.org.uk