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SINTO runs a wide range of training and CPD events to meet the needs of LIS organisations and individuals. Events are open to everyone. SINTO member organisations and their staff receive a discount on most events

Each of the events highlighted below is described in more details when you click on the link.
There is a flyer/ booking form available for each course or you can use the generic booking form. Word or PDF.

Full conditions can be found here.

Events are planned by the SINTO Training Group. For a statement of the overall aims of the SINTO training programme see Preparing Libraries for the Future.

SINTO holds the CILIP Seal of Recognition.

Presentations from many SINTO events are available on Slideshare.

Programme of events

Imagining Community Engagement in Libraries
Wednesday 19th September 2012
9.30am-4.30pm, Leeds Central Library

Next Generation programme 2013

 

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NG12 Evaluation and Certification Event 17th April 2012, York Minster

"Attending the SINTO Next Generation Programme gave Lawrence the skills and confidence to become self managing after the retirement of his line manager, and during a period of rapid change and transition in the library service. Lawrence is undoubtedly better equipped to deliver children's library services than he was prior to attending this course."

Derek O'Connell, Development officer, Grimsby Central Library.

Visit to University of Sheffield Western Bank Library 5th July 2012

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SINTO has joined forces with Leeds City LIbraries and St.Mary's Conference Centre in Sheffield to provide a free training event on the topic of community engagement in Libraries. The training is hugely popular and has been very beneficial to LA Librarians whi have already taken advantage of it, in Leeds and Kirklees.

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Visit includes a tour of the collections unique to Western Bank, the National Fairground Archive and the Special Collections Department.

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The hugely successful Next Generation Management Development Programme for staff from museums, libraries and archives in Yorkshire has been running since 2001. The current programme NG12 has just finished and the new NG13 will start again in October 2012. For more information or to book a place click on flyer

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