brick-header_1The Prince’s Regeneration Trust’s HLF-funded BRICK programme will be coming to an end next Spring, and they are wrapping up four successful years with a final conference in London.

The theme will be Evaluation – a key element of any and all heritage projects, but something that is not always understood or appreciated. The Heritage Lottery Fund, one of the major funders of heritage projects in the UK, believes that:

‘Evaluation should be built into your project from the beginning. It has two purposes: proving what has been achieved, and improving as part of on-going project activity.’HLF Evaluation Guidance, 2017.

Our two-day Conference will feature presentations, panel discussions and breakout sessions all based around the topic of evaluation and led by experts from throughout the heritage sector. Attendees will get to hear first-hand from projects at different stages of their  journey and how they are carrying out their own evaluation process. It will also be an opportunity to reflect on the successes and challenges of the BRICK programme itself.

This final BRICK event will provide top tips and guidance on:

  • Benchmarking – building evaluation into projects from the start
  • Monitoring – tracking progress and capturing data
  • Reporting – communicating information to your stakeholders
  • Outcomes – how to qualitatively and quantitatively assess impact
  • Legacies – how to ensure that lessons are learned and shared
The theme will be Evaluation – a key element of any and all heritage projects, but something that is not always understood or appreciated. The Heritage Lottery Fund, one of the major funders of heritage projects in the UK, believes that:

‘Evaluation should be built into your project from the beginning. It has two purposes: proving what has been achieved, and improving as part of on-going project activity.’HLF Evaluation Guidance, 2017.

Our two-day Conference will feature presentations, panel discussions and breakout sessions all based around the topic of evaluation and led by experts from throughout the heritage sector. Attendees will get to hear first-hand from projects at different stages of their  journey and how they are carrying out their own evaluation process. It will also be an opportunity to reflect on the successes and challenges of the BRICK programme itself.

This final BRICK event will provide top tips and guidance on:

  • Benchmarking – building evaluation into projects from the start
  • Monitoring – tracking progress and capturing data
  • Reporting – communicating information to your stakeholders
  • Outcomes – how to qualitatively and quantitatively assess impact
  • Legacies – how to ensure that lessons are learned and shared

For more information see here

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