Guest speaker Donia Conn will focus on the general risks facing cultural institutions, performing a site survey, and mitigation strategies for addressing those vulnerabilities. An institution’s internal structure, policies, and procedures will be discussed. Donia will also offer sample templates for
performing a risk assessment, from small to complex. Learn more & register: http://learn.aaslh.org/event/steps-lab-5-risk-assessment-whats-your-kryptonite/
Cost: $25 StEPs members/$40 members/$115
StEPs Labs are 75- or 90-minute webinars that provide you with valuable information and training from the comfort of your office or home. They are offered in coordination with AASLH’s Standards and Excellence Program for History Organizations, which helps small- and mid-sized history organizations assess policies and practices, manage daily operations and plan for the future. StEPs uses a workbook, an online community with hundreds of resources, and certificates to help your organization identify its strengths and opportunities for improvement.
Participation in StEPs Labs offers in-depth information on topics central to the operation of your museum, historic house, site, or related organization. Applying what you learn in a Lab to your organization’s policies and practices means you are making meaningful progress.
Your organization can participate in the StEPs labs even if you aren’t enrolled in StEPs. Those who are enrolled will find these webinars directly relevant to the areas and practices covered in the StEPs workbook.
See more StEPs Labs: http://resource.aaslh.org/view/steps-labs-series/