Training Workshop 志願者培訓

Voluntary Opportunities:

BCAFH is looking for volunteers! Starting with a series of training sessions on oral histories and related topics in Autumn 2016, the training workshops will be delivered by professional trainers from the National Army Museum, the British Library, Regent's University London and the Ming-Ai (London) Institute.

Available Roles

Depending on your interests, a volunteers' duties could include:

Photography, Audio/Video Editing, Interviewing, Events Organisation, Website Management, Translation (Chinese/English), Research, Transcribing and more!

Volunteers do NOT need to be able to speak Chinese but should have a strong interest in Chinese culture and heritage.

Training Opportunities

Volunteers will gain training and experience in the following:

Working in the cultural heritage sector and non-for-profit organisation.

Assisting with events and community workshops.

Working with database and archiving.

Designing and delivering workshop courses for ethnic minorities communities and local schools.

Oral History interviews, research methods, handling practices, media production, and a variety of related topics. Training Certificate would be issued after completing the training sessions.

Learning about the contributions to the British Armed Forces made by people of Chinese (PRC), Taiwanese, Hong Kong or Macau decent, their families, their descendants and their comrades.

Learning about Chinese language, cultural heritage and creating a meaningful dialogue between the UK and Greater China.

You should also be willing to attend training sessions. Travel reimbursement within Greater London is included if necessary.

To get involved, please complete the BCAFH Volunteers application form and return by email to bcafh@ming-ai.org.uk.

 

Training workshops are for project volunteers only.

Please email bcafh@ming-ai.org.uk to confirm your attendance. 

 

 

Date

Training workshop

Trainer

Venue

14:00, Thursday
11 Feb 2016

Conservation of DunHuang manuscript and scrolls

Wong Wingyui

British Library

10:00-13:00, Tuesday
1 March 2016

Oral History Interview Training 

Robert Fleming

Tuke Common Room Tuke Building, Regent's University London (RUL)

10:30-15:30, Saturday
5 March 2016

Research Method on Community Heritage Workshop part 1

Dr Diana Yeh

Darwin 02, Regent's University London (RUL)

10:30-15:30, Saturday 
12 March 2016

AV Training session 1

Richard York

T217 (Mac Lab), Tuke Building, RUL

11:00-11:30, 
Wednesday,
13 April 2016

Use LMA: Using the Catalogue

LMA trainer

London Metropolitan Archives (LMA)

11:00-11:45, Wednesday
20 April 2016

Use LMA: Getting Started

LMA trainer

London Metropolitan Archives (LMA)

10:30-15:30, Saturday
23 April 2016

AV Training session 2

Richard York

T217 (Mac Lab), Tuke Building, RUL

13:00-14:00, Wednesday
4 May 2016

Document Handling at LMA

LMA Trainer

London Metropolitan Archives (LMA)

(dates TBC)

Research Method on Community Heritage Workshop part 2

TBC

RUL

(dates TBC)

Digital Heritage 1-day session

TBC

RUL