C365 x Cultivator: Accessible & Inclusive Venues

Join Cornwall 365 and Goss Consultancy to explore how to create a truly inclusive and accessible venue. Over the course of two sessions, experts from Goss Consulting will provide in-depth teaching and resources for venues of all shapes, sizes, and budgets.

The course will have two parts. You will need to commit to both parts of the training. Places are capped, so we are limiting one space per venue.

Confidence in Disability Training

4th April. Online. 10am – 1pm.

A relevant, realistic and interactive online session. The workshop will inspire, encourage, motivate, and support you to make changes in your space and empower your team. We will cover:

The training includes group activities, quizzes, short video clips, case studies and scenario planning sections.

Walk and Talk Accessibility Session

26th April at Trebah Garden OR 27th April at Krowji.

We will hold two walk and talk sessions, likely to be at Trebah Garden on 26th April and Krowji on 27th April, and you can choose which space best represents your venue. David Owen will lead the Walk and Talk sessions, using the venue as a space for interactive and on the spot learning.

Together we will tour the site adopting a visitor journey model, identifying ways different disabled people use the areas and the experiences they may encounter. Focusing on:

The exercise will fully incorporate intersectionality and take into consideration a whole range of impairments including physical, sensory and cognitive impairments and people with a neurodiverse profile.

The session is designed to identify opportunity, increase awareness and develop the confidence to improve access for a wide range of disabled people, positively and progressively. We will be using the framework of an Access Review for the session, and this part of the training will enable you to conduct your own at your venue. You will learn the rationale behind the recommendations and adjustments to be made to enhance access and inclusion for all.

Accessibility Resources

As part of the training you will receive access to two resources:

Book your space here

About the Trainer:

Goss Consultancy have a 15-year track record of providing access and inclusion subject matter expertise to the arts and cultural sector. They are a team of disabled-led and NRAC registered access and inclusion specialists who work with many of the UK’s largest (and smallest) arts and cultural organisations. reputation for leading the way in accessible and inclusive design best practice across the arts and cultural sector.

Goss Consultancy have a reputation for leading the way in accessible and inclusive design best practice across the arts and cultural sector.

Clients include: Arts Council England, Battersea Arts Centre, English Heritage, Kew Royal Botanical Gardens, Museums Association, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, Royal Opera House, Salisbury International Arts Festival, and the Wellcome Trust and Collection.

Find out more: https://www.gossconsultancy.com/index

Creative Kernow, based at Krowji, is the umbrella organisation for the following nine projects. Together we support the production, promotion and distribution of work by creative practitioners in Cornwall because we believe in creativity's transformative power and want more people to benefit from it.
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