Museum education officer?
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Museum education officers aim to deliver high quality and dynamic programmes of learning and participation. They ensure that a museum's collections act as a learning resource for all ages. They work both within the galleries or museums and also in a community context
Museum education officers develop, deliver and evaluate programmes and events for classes, groups or individuals, often designed to engage those who may not normally use the museum or gallery, such as hard to reach young people, young children, older people and families.
The range of duties carried out by a museum education officer varies depending on the size, finances and outreach policies of each museum, but tasks typically involve:
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