Monthly Archives: September 2013

Peer Pals
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SfNP launches Peer Pals, an online mentoring programme

In September 2013 the Section for New Professionals (SfNP) launches its new Peer Pals programme. This programme, which was piloted in 2012 under the name ‘e-mentoring’, aims to help bridge the gap between those starting out or considering training options,

Peer Pals
/ News

SfNP launches Peer Pals, an online mentoring programme

In September 2013 the Section for New Professionals (SfNP) launches its new Peer Pals programme. This programme, which was piloted in 2012 under the name ‘e-mentoring’, aims to help bridge the gap between those starting out or considering training options,

Events Watch

Events Watch – Ruth Kusionowicz, ARA Conference

At the end of August I attended the ARA Conference 2013 in Cardiff. Three days of enlightening, inspiring and sometimes heavy-going talks, all related to accountability, culture and ethics. I was one of the lucky ten who were awarded a

Events Watch

Events Watch – Ruth Kusionowicz, ARA Conference

At the end of August I attended the ARA Conference 2013 in Cardiff. Three days of enlightening, inspiring and sometimes heavy-going talks, all related to accountability, culture and ethics. I was one of the lucky ten who were awarded a

Q&A
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Q&A with Shirley Jones, ARA CPD working group and Head of Conservation at WYAS

Get your questions answered by key people in the information management profession. This time: Shirley Jones, ARA Continuing Professional Development (CPD) working group and Head of Conservation at West Yorkshire Archive Service (WYAS). Q: Newly qualified professionals usually work in fixed-term

Q&A
/ Q&A

Q&A with Shirley Jones, ARA CPD working group and Head of Conservation at WYAS

Get your questions answered by key people in the information management profession. This time: Shirley Jones, ARA Continuing Professional Development (CPD) working group and Head of Conservation at West Yorkshire Archive Service (WYAS). Q: Newly qualified professionals usually work in fixed-term