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20.03.19

Aesop Institute 2019: for health and arts professionals

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Aesop Institute 2019 is a continuing professional development programme for busy health and arts professionals with an interest in devising and running successful arts in health programmes. It has been devised by Aesop and the The Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health at Canterbury Christ Church University.

The programme responds to demand from both health and arts professionals for accredited, quality-assured arts in health training that is tailored to personal learning requirements and fits around busy work schedules.

Who is it for?

Aesop Institute is suitable for facilitators, practitioners, producers, programmers, and key decision makers working in the health, arts, care or charity sectors.

Why should you be part of Aesop Institute 2019?

  • Become part of a community of arts and health professionals
  • An opportunity to learn from each other and leading experts in the field
  • Networking opportunities
  • A personalised way of learning
  • An opportunity to take learning forward in your practice

What is the course format?

The programme will start with a three-day residential in Folkestone from 14-16 May 2019, with a two-day follow-up residential from 3-4 September 2019 in Canterbury. The programme includes speakers, tutors, and mentors who are specialists in the field of arts in health.

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Assessment and accreditation

From May to September, Aesop Institute students will develop and deliver arts and health programmes, fully supported by the Aesop Institute team. A 4,000-word portfolio of work-based development activity on arts and health will be submitted for assessment in September 2019, following the second residential.

The learning from the module is accredited by Canterbury Christ Church University.

Information about assessment and accreditation

How to apply

We are accepting applications until 30 April 2019. Visit ae-sop.org/aesop-institute for full information about the programme, course fees and how to apply.

Aesop Institute is a collaboration between Aesop and Canterbury Christ Church University Faculty of Health and Wellbeing.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

W:www.ae-sop.org/aesop-institute | www.canterbury.ac.uk/health-and-wellbeing/sidney-de-haan-research-centre/sidney-de-haan-research-centre.aspx

Tw: @AesopHealth | @sidneydehaan | @CanterburyCCUni

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